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HRIS Analyst (18245)

Designation: Direct Hire Category: Human Resources Location: Houston, TX
Salary: DOE Job Code: 18245  

Job Description:

• Provide centralized human resource services spanning payroll, benefits and other transactions.  Processes transactions related to Performance Review, Merit and Bonus cycle, Open Enrollment, On-Campus Interviews, Summer Associate Onboarding, Incoming Associate Recruitment, Attorney Registrations, Electronic Personnel Files, Bar Affidavits, Attorney Bios, Job Change requests, Compensation Change requests, Verification of Employment, and requests related to on/off boarding of Firm resources;
• Perform daily administrative functions and projects for Talent Management.  Manages service requests to ensure operational needs are prioritize and completed timely;
• Recommend standards and procedures for handling employee questions, transactions and administration of human resource programs. Perform internal Talent Management audits for compliance and accuracy of data. Develop audit schedule, summarizes findings, make recommendations for improvement in procedures, make data corrections as necessary;
• Assist human resource information systems functions, talent program managers and technology specialists. Fulfill talent related data requests including, but not limited to, surveys, RFP, regulatory and compliance reports, performance, workforce analytics, metrics reports, office profiles, mail matrix, and regularly scheduled and ad-hoc reports.  Manage intranet portal for Talent Management policies, programs, services and other information.  Assist in testing for Workday module/features implementation and semi-annual releases;
• Subject Matter Expert in Service Center operations with specialized depth and/or breadth of expertise in big law;
• Interpret internal or external issues and recommend solutions/best practices;
• Solve complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify solutions. May lead functional teams or projects;
• Work independently, with guidance in only the most complex situations; and
• Perform other essential duties, tasks, and projects as assigned



• Intermediate-level proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Access and Internet Explorer;
• Intermediate-level proficiency in enterprise software (Workday preferred);
• Knowledge of Human Resources practices and principles;
• Intermediate-level proficiency of the System Development Life Cycle principles;
• Advanced-level written and verbal communication skills;
• Solid understanding of software development processes, including requirement gathering, analysis/design, development tools/technologies, release/version control; and
• The ability to maintain strict confidentiality of information and data.

• Bachelors in Human Resources, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration or related fields; or equivalent work experience (preferred);
• At least 3 years of experience in a Human Resources role in the legal industry;
• At least 5 years of experience in Talent Management with proven experience in implementing technology solutions and/or process improvements projects;
• At least 5 years of experience in a leadership position with a proven track record of managing multiple cross-functional teams or projects, and influencing senior-level management and key stakeholders; and
• At least 5 years providing leadership to cross-functional teams consisting of employees, vendors, and contractors.

Becky Barclay