Location: Flexible with the United States
Position is available: Immediately
Every student deserves opportunities in life, and every educator committed to providing those opportunities deserves support. Those beliefs drive us to work alongside schools to support great teaching so that we can work towards guaranteeing that all students are receiving high quality instruction. We partner with over 900 schools - both district and charter - in underserved communities around the country, thus impacting more than 330,000 students. Third-party evaluations confirm that when schools have the right basic conditions in place and partner with ANet, they achieve 6-8 months of additional learning over a two-year period compared to schools not partnering with ANet.
At ANet we are committed to living out our core values, both across our organization and with our partner schools. We acknowledge that systemic inequities impact student access to opportunities and that in order to ensure educational equity for all students, we must center on the experiences of those from marginalized communities to guide our work. We work to deepen our understanding of how race, class, power and privilege influence the education system as well as influence our own perspectives. To do so, we provide ongoing learning opportunities through org-wide professional development, affinity groups, working groups, and resource sharing.
Reporting to the Director of Human Resources and People Operations, and providing support to the Director of Talent Development and the Vice President of Talent, the Talent Analyst plays an important role in defining, maintaining, and analyzing all people data for a 200 employee, fully distributed organization. The Talent Analyst will be a doer - entering and ensuring accurate and real time data across our talent systems - as well as a thinker - analyzes, visualizes, and communicates data in a way that illuminates learning opportunities and lends towards persuasive action. This role is a great opportunity for someone who likes to apply qualitative data to solve challenges and lend a data-mind to a people team dedicated to increasing staff engagement, effectiveness, and retention.
Maintain accurate people data and own the development and creation of talent analytics reporting.
Enter and maintain accurate employee data via our PEO (Insperity), talent development platform (Culture Amp), and internal documents.
Utilize Excel (including pivot tables), Google docs, and other web-based databases to maintain precise records about all aspects of the talent management cycle (from recruiting and interviewing to hiring and evaluating staff at ANet)
Design, create and codify processes for recurring people analytics reports such as Quarterly Talent Status updates, quarterly board reports, and semi-annual performance review data
Provide data analysis and visualization to build meaning from statistics and to effectively communicate headlines to key stakeholders
When approved by Director of HR and People Ops, provide talent information and data reports to leaders throughout the organization
Support compliance and accountability for data integrity including but not limited to tracking mandatory annual trainings, goal-setting and performance review process steps, new hire and exit survey completion,
Demonstrate a high degree of respect, humility, and confidentiality when engaging with staff and candidates throughout the talent management cycle
Leverage people data from multiple sources to make recommendations to drive continuous improvement
Support data analysis of metrics to inform how the Talent team increases staff effectiveness and actualizes our commitment to anti-racism
Analyze new hire onboarding surveys and exit interviews to pull trends and recommend action
Beginning in July 2022, lead the research of potential HRIS platforms and formulate a recommendation on whether ANet should move from a PEO to an HRIS
If ANet decides to adopt an HRIS, lead adoption and implementation in FY24
Coordinate the collection and sharing of Talent information with internal ANet audiences
Own the curation of monthly updates from OSO (Organizational Support and Operations), an action oriented newsletter sent to the entire organization
Maintain all talent information on the IntrANet so that team members have consistent access to accurate, up-to-date talent/HR resources
Draft regular and ad hoc communication tools including but not limited to Powerpoints, dashboards, charts, emails, and video scripts with the purpose of sharing our talent narrative through quantitative and qualitative data and analysis
In order to be successful in this role, candidates must demonstrate the following:
You are motivated by working in a mission-driven organization where we live out our core values daily. You are eager to examine personal archetypes and biases while discussing topics related to race, class, and privilege which relate to ANet's Advance Equity and People Matter values, and our work towards becoming an anti-racist organization.
You have experience maintaining accurate data (ideally with Talent/HR) for a company or organization of similar size and complexity.
You have outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work with a high degree of accuracy.
You are skilled at data analysis and reporting including pulling trends and narratives from numbers
You have experience building data visualization tools that enhance the internalization of data
You have strong technology skills including advanced proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and an aptitude to learn new platforms (Insperity, Culture Amp, HRIS).
You maintain discretion regarding confidential data and matters.
You enjoy working independently for large portions of the day, and seek out meaningful collaboration within and across teams to enhance your work product and bring joy to your work experience.
Individuals who join ANet have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, values driven, and team-oriented organization that is committed to having impact in schools by investing in each other and learning together. We were named as The NonProfit Times Best Nonprofits to Work For and work tirelessly to foster a working environment where the unique perspectives, backgrounds, and identities of our staff members are valued.
ANet offers highly competitive compensation based on prior experience and qualifications as well as comprehensive benefits in order to best support our people. Benefits we offer include: health, dental and vision insurance where ANet pays 80% of the cost of these benefits for employees and their families/domestic partner; generous paid time-off including 10 paid holidays and paid days off between the Christmas and New Year's holidays; paid parental leave; retirement plan options; commuter benefits; tuition reimbursement; flexible spending accounts; short and long-term disability coverage; and basic life and personal accident insurance.
We are now accepting applications for this position, which will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, please click on the blue Apply button.
This role is not intended to be performed in Colorado.
ANet is committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds and gender identities to apply to our positions.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
Location: Flexible with the United States
Position is available: Immediately
Every student deserves opportunities in life, and every educator committed to providing those opportunities deserves support. Those…