As a member of the prestigious Russell Group, the University of York employs over 4,200 staff across 30 Academic Departments and 10 Support Departments and has 17,000 students studying a wide range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes.
Human Resources (HR) is a major support function within the University and offers the full range of HR services expected in an organisation of its size and complexity.
Within HR, the Reward team are responsible for ensuring our Reward strategy, policies and processes support our University and HR strategy and of course comply with relevant legislation.
We are looking to recruit a Senior Reward Analyst - this is a newly created position and offers a fantastic opportunity to join a prestigious Russell Group University based at our beautiful campus in the historic city of York.
Reporting into the Reward Manager you will have a number of responsibilities including:
We are looking for someone who has strong Excel and analytical skills and who has worked within reward or a similar environment.
If you are interested in how Human Resources plays a part in delivering the University of York strategy, enjoy working as part of a team and can bring a positive and curious approach coupled with great analytical skills and high attention to detail then this is for you.
Please refer to the University of York Human Resources website for information. http://www.york.ac.uk/admin/hr/
Interview date: 10 February 2020
For informal enquiries: please contact Iona Rodger by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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