Thermo Fisher Scientific HR Insights & Analytics Partner in Remote / Field, Connecticut

Job Description

Job Description Summary

The HR Insights & Analytics Partner will apply people data and analytics to improve workforce decisions that drive business performance and growth at Thermo Fisher Scientific with over 70,000 employees.

Design, execute, and present results from analytical projects that will inform critical business decisions and actions impacting the talent lifecycle, including headcount and workforce planning, talent management, career development, diversity and inclusion, organizational effectiveness, engagement, company culture, and retention. With actionable insights and recommendations, this position will help to transform HR into a truly data-driven organization.

Key Responsibilities

  • Serve as the dedicated HR Insights & Analytics Partner supporting the operational and strategic business objectives of one or more of the Specialty Diagnostics Group’s divisions and functions – Anatomical Pathology Division, Clinical Diagnostics Division, ImmunoDiagnostics Division, and Microbiology Division.

  • Establish and maintain trusted relationships with business leaders, HR business partners, and other departments (such as Finance and IT) to gain alignment on metrics and processes across the company.

  • Build analytical capability of HR business partners through guidance, consultation, and training as the expert on the selection of appropriate tools, the identification of drivers, trends, and proactive opportunities from the data, and the presentation of insights as a visually compelling story.

  • Partner with team members within the HR Insights & Analytics Team and across the central HR Platforms (Productivity & Operations, Talent, Culture & Counsel, and Total Rewards) to pilot solutions and lead change management within your client groups.

  • Represent the HR and business needs of your client groups in alignment with the broader HR Insights & Analytics strategy during the design and rollout of companywide analytics solutions.

  • Lead projects involving quantitative and qualitative studies, statistical and analytical modeling, and prescriptive and predictive analysis using large, complex sets of structured and unstructured data, bringing together talent data with cross-functional and external data sources.

  • Collaborate with HR business partners and cross-functional teams to optimize and enhance systems and processes, and to develop innovative data-driven solutions that address business needs.

  • Identify opportunities and lead efforts to improve data integrity and employee, manager, and HR adoption of self-service reporting and analytical tools.

  • Design and deliver recurring scorecards and dashboards on business performance and the effectiveness and impact of HR investments, supplementing presentations with insights and recommendations for improvement.

  • Fulfill ad hoc data and analytical requests related to compliance, projects, and HR programs.

  • Maintain integrity and strict confidentiality to protect employee data privacy.

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.

  • 3 years of relevant work experience with data and analytics required.

  • Advanced skills in data visualization and analysis tools – experience with Power BI or Tableau preferred.

  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel.

  • Experience with HR systems – Workday, Kenexa preferred.

  • Must have a strong command in both soft skills (communicating, presenting, delivering high-quality customer service, and maintaining trust in professional relationships) and hard skills (advanced technical abilities in data wrangling, advanced analytical techniques, data visualization, and visual storytelling).

  • Must be a strong practitioner, trainer, mentor, and consultant who enjoys learning from others as well as continuous self-driven learning new technologies, tools, and techniques, and sharing expertise with others.

  • Must be a curious, creative problem solver with strong project management skills and the ability to stay organized to deliver on multiple competing priorities while always seeking the most effective, efficient, and scalable way to accomplish results.

  • Must have experience with change management and navigating with leadership agility within a large, global, highly matrixed, and rapidly evolving organization.

  • Must be effective in virtual collaboration.

  • Must be effective in presenting to senior and executive leaders.

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