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The People (HR) Analytics team is looking for an experienced HR Data Analyst to join us in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will provide talent data analytics, modeling, and workforce planning (WFP) measurements. You’ll work closely with Talent Acquisition (TA), HR, and Finance teams and the WFP Program Manager to develop and deliver Red Hat’s WFP modeling, insights, and visualizations. You’ll need to have solid consulting, presentation, technical, and analytical skills, as well as the ability to provide actionable recommendations and enable data-driven decisions. You will develop a deep understanding of Red Hat’s talent strategies, organizational culture, and trends to tackle complex business challenges and deliver actionable insights and guidance to decision makers. As a Workforce Planning Analyst, you’ll need to have 5+ years of experience with HR analytics, talent measurement, business planning, and metrics. You should also have knowledge of the talent life cycle and industry trends and be able to research and identify organizational tipping points, capabilities, and correlations. You technical skills should include data mining, cleansing, integrations, blending, and modeling, as well as proficiency in creating executive-ready Tableau visualizations. You should be able to share your expertise, construct professional presentations, advanced forecasting models, recommendations and strategic and tactical plans. You’ll also need to demonstrate resourcefulness, ability to work on your own, and innovative and creative mindset to find better ways to assess and cultivate Red Hat’s workforce.
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