About the role:
Provide functional expertise of HRIS systems and be a crucial support to the business. With your expertise in systems, including HRIS and Learning Management (LMS), you will support systems integration and manage vendors.
You will be responsible for:
- Support the relevant technology related to the HR team, including PageUp, Oracle, iLearning Plus, recruitment and industrial relations.
- Collaborate with internal teams to understand business requirements and translate these into system solutions.
- Solicit and document requirements, including current and future states for projects.
- Implement improvements to the HR systems and down/upstream integrations.
- Identify and resolve complex system issues.
- Lead planning workshops, requirements/stakeholder meetings and stand-ups.
- Understand the end-to-end processes to ensure continuous improvement measures and correct security functions.
- Work with vendors to ensure delivery on time and in scope.
- Keep up to date on product changes.
- Frequently share information to users of the system.
To be successful in the role you will:
- Experience in a similar role as a HRIS Analyst.
- Strong knowledge of HRIS and LMS and how integrations impact the systems.
- Demonstrated skills in providing time critical support to the business.
- Proactive attitude to implement continuous improvement initiatives.
- Strong documentation and presentation skills.
- Basic understanding of security protocols and Australian Privacy Principles.
- Self-motivated with excellent organisational skills.
- Excellent multi-tasking skills.
- Confident communicator, able to present to the wider business.
- Relevant tertiary qualification in HR or Business Analysis (desired).
About Virgin Australia:
Virgin Australia is now embarking on an exciting new chapter in the next stage of our journey. In September 2020, US private equity firm Bain Capital acquired Virgin Australia in a $3.5 billion deal. The airline has now re-launched as a mid-market carrier with a renewed focus on small and medium sized businesses, price-sensitive corporates, premium leisure travellers and holiday makers.
Since November, Virgin Australia has been working on a plan to set itself up for future success. The Group has worked to ramp up flying, simplified its organisational structure, confirmed plans for 25 new 737 aircraft to renew and grow the fleet, and signalled deeper investment in technology and customer experience.
Virgin Australia Group prides itself on recruiting the right people to meet the challenges ahead. No matter their role – our employees share an enormous amount of passion for our guests and ambition to be the most loved airline in Australia.