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HRIS Analyst- Contract Position

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Toshiba Memory America, Inc. is looking to hire a HRIS and Analytics Analyst to ensure the successful delivery of HR systems and services. This position is in our San Jose. Reporting to the Sr. Manager, Human Resources, you will be responsible for designing, developing, deploying and supporting Human Resources reporting and interfaces. This position also develops innovative solutions for complex business reports, trains end users develops recurring and ad hoc reports and customized dashboards.  This position will also manage all aspects of our Ceridian HCM.


  • Provide best practices and industry standards to guide reporting strategies and ensure a consistent design and/or approach for analytics across business systems.
  • Work collaboratively with departments, management and team members in defining, designing, planning and implementing reporting to improve overall business function.
  • Identify opportunities to use data to drive enhanced business decision making and promote insight-driven culture.
  • Analyzes data to ensure integrity and structure data to help support or provide business recommendations.
  • Serve as subject matter expert to departments and team members on data analytics techniques, tools, and other technical matters. Bring structure to each data analytic request and translate requirements in an investigative approach to probe for hidden questions and trends within the data.
  • Lead on all data related projects such as interface design as wells as modifications to existing custom programs used to send and receive data from third parties.
  • Develop and maintain compelling dashboards, metrics and visual reports.
  • Support audit preparations (reporting, analysis, control reports, etc)
  • Liaison with HCM and Talent Management end users regarding general questions, password resets and troubleshoots system errors. Liaison with IT Helpdesk to resolve user access and application issues.  
  • Create reports to enhance our ability to support HR metrics


  • Bachelor degree in Human Resources, MIS or related discipline is required
  • 4+ years supporting HRIS systems and at least 2 years of practical Ceridian HRIS experience including Recruiting and Onboarding etc.
  • Proficiency in MS Office 365 (Word, PowerPoint, Advanced Excel, Visio and SharePoint)
  • Strong problem-solving skills (critical, strategic and evaluative thinking)
  • Experience in Project Management and prior involvement with end to end global HR technology related projects
  • Demonstrated strong written and oral communication skills
  • Solid knowledge of HR systems structure, functions and processes; understanding of interdependencies between various systems and downstream impact
  • Experience in maintaining/creating documentation and effectively explaining requirements, design, development, and testing
  • You have demonstrated strong functional experience in Ceridian HCM, Benefits, Absence, Payroll, Reporting and Security
  • You have experience in a global, multi-cultural organization and dynamic and fast-growing environment


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, Computer Science, Information Technology or related field is required.

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