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HRIS Workday Specialist

Job Title: HRIS Workday Specialist
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,City of London
Salary: £675 - £775 per day + negotiable
Duration: 12 months
REF: MS00124_77811
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Our client has asked us to source a Workday Specialist to join a global Workday implementation. We are looking for an individual to join a global retail giant in the implementation of Workday. The role includes assisting in the roll out of Phase I of the project, providing EMEA wide system support to end users and managers as well as involvement in future phases.

Skills and Experience

  • 12+ month's exposure to Workday configuration and custom development ideally within Workday implementations
  • Additional Workday certification in one or more of Compensation, Absence and Leave, On boarding or Benefits
  • Detailed knowledge of Talent Management processes, such as Performance, Recruitment, Compensation
  • Experience of developing Custom Reports
  • Strong functional knowledge with good understanding of core HR processes
  • HR transformation experience would be advantageous
  • Strong practical knowledge of Microsoft Excel

If you feel you have the desired skills and feel this opportunity could fit you well, please do not hesitate in emailing me

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