Data Analytics Lead, EMEA
Equinix are looking for an experienced Data Analytics Manager to join our team in EMEA. This is the first Data Analytics role for the region, and is therefore an exciting opportunity to make your mark and support the growing EMEA business by delivering insightful management information, KPIs, and analytics that helps our Talent Acquisition team and leaders make strategic and informed decisions about the growth of their teams and workforce.
Working closely with the wider global team, this role will be responsible for working on regional regular reporting alongside bespoke predictive & prescriptive analytics projects, as well as aligning our metrics and reporting globally. You will work closely with the business, HR and Talent Acquisition to understand reporting and analytics requirements, to then build dashboard and support the delivery of the TA team with actionable data, and deliver key insights aligned to Equinix's Talent Acquisition strategy.
Equinix is seeing unprecedented growth, and we are looking for someone with expertise who can work closely with the EMEA Talent Acquisition leader and wider global leadership team to build up robust reporting, market insights, predictive analytics, and allow us to use data to build effective pipelining channels and deliverables. If you want to bring in your experience and help us take the EMEA Talent Acquisition function to the next level, we are keen to hear from you!
Partners with the Talent Acquisition team to identify and evaluate opportunities to leverage analytics
Research into marketplace and insights, leveraging talent insights and how these can be utilized work with the Talent Acquisition team to support their role as Talent Advisors by driving business decisions and outcomes with data
Define and track performance metrics working with the global team to create globally aligned metrics and reporting
Lead analysis on how our pipeline channels and programmes are delivering
Support team in achieving data literacy and create actionable data and scalable information - data consolidation, accuracy, timeliness, gradually advancing to building consistent data definitions for key people metrics (eg. Headcount, attrition)
Working with our systems and HRIS and Workforce Analytics team to ensure data accuracy and consistency
Developing forward looking predictive analytics & attrition insights - incorporating a variety of statistical techniques to develop models that predict future events or behaviours
Act as an innovation catalyst - seek out new and innovative methods, processes and techniques to enhance the analytical approach and educate the organization
Use multiple listening channels to collect data and gain a clearer understanding of talent issues
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; can effectively convey complex concepts to non-analytical people; able to influence business stakeholders and drive change
Strong experience in the analytics spaces within the Talent Acquisition or HR function
Strong analytical, numerical and IT skills
Previous experience of Workday is advantageous but not essential
Excellent attention to detail
Excellent quantitative skills, including data manipulation, statistical analysis, and visualization
Excellent MS Excel skills
Experience with change management
Strong business acumen, including understanding of basic business and financial concepts
Possesses natural curiosity and thinks outside the box
Equinix is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or a qualified individual with disability.