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HR Officer Employee Data Management & Reporting At ECOWAS

  • Abuja
  • Full Time
  • ECOWAS
  • (UA 49,106.81/USD 77,480.72) / (UA 56,591.37/USD 89,289.87)

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Job Description

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is a regional group of fifteen West African countries. Founded on 28 May 1975, with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, its mission is to promote economic integration across the region.

Job Title: HR Officer Employee Data Management & Reporting

ROLE OVERVIEW

Under the supervision of the Principal Officer Salary Policy & Pension Administration , he/she needs to understand the data, and be able to provide insight and analysis through, written and verbal communication and ensuring real-time employee details is achieved as at required.

INSTITUTION: ECOWAS Commission
REF.: ECW/HR/22031902
GRADE: P3/P4
ANNUAL SALARY: (UA 49,106.81/USD 77,480.72) / (UA 56,591.37/USD 89,289.87)
STATUS: PERMANENT
DUTY STATION: ABUJA / NIGERIA
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
DIRECTORATE: Human Resources
DIVISION: Salary Policy & Pension Administration
LINE SUPERVISOR: Principal Officer Salary Policy & Pension Administration
SUPERVISING:
Senior HR Assistant Data Management
HR Assistants Leave, Attendance, Identification & Reporting
HR Assistants (Personal Files & Archiving)

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Extract and analyze data from ECOLINK as required and design/generate requested reports for the organization;
  • Perform systems audit to ensure no violation of employee data on ECOLINK and keep an accurate log of ECOLINK downtime;
  • Design, develop and modify reports to suit organizational needs;
  • Support HR systems and technology-related initiatives and generate requested reports and data for the organization;
  • Advise the HR Directorate on special and on-going projects on the ECOLINK by providing systems, administrative and research support;
  • Guide quality assurance of employee data on ECOLINK;
  • Develop records management processes and policies;
  • Identify areas to increase efficiency and automation of processes;
  • Set up and maintain automated data processes;
  • Identify, evaluate and implement external services and tools to support data validation and cleansing
  • Produce and track key performance indicators
  • Develop and support reporting processes
  • Monitor and perform audit data quality checks and liaise with internal and external clients to fully understand data content
  • Design and carry out surveys and analyze survey data
  • Manipulate, analyze and interpret complex data sets relating to the employer’s business
  • prepare reports for internal and external audiences using business analytics reporting tools
  • create data dashboards, graphs and visualizations
  • Provide sector and competitor benchmarking
  • Mine and analyze large datasets, draw valid inferences and present them successfully to management using a reporting tool.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor degree in IT, Statistics or its equivalent is required from a recognized university;
  • 5 Years’ experience in HR position in an international organization
  • In-depth knowledge of HR Management best practices;
  • demonstrate cognitive knowledge of data base creation and management, and use of specialized computer systems and programs for operationalizing a variety of HR business processes and reports.

Method of Application

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO: b1DataMgtReportP@ecowas.int

Application Deadline: 25 May, 2019

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About ECOWAS

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is a regional group of fifteen West African countries. Founded on 28 May 1975, with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, its mission is to promote economic integration across the region.