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HRIS Analyst I

Posted May 13, 2022

Wind Creek Bethlehem
Bethlehem, PA
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Description

Job Overview:

The primary focus of the HRIS Analyst I position is the support and maintenance of the Human Resource Management systems. This individual performs all the necessary functions to ensure the integrity of HRIS data and ensures the data is compliant with all relevant regulatory requirements and corporate HRIS standards and processes. This job description is not an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of this position. The HRIS Analyst I is expected to perform all duties and responsibilities necessary to meet the goals and objectives as required.

Purpose:

Our genuine engagement and positive energy provide guests an escape from their routine into our exciting fantasy world of fun, chance, and possibility, where everyone feels a sense of belonging and importance.

Value System:

Our enthusiastic commitment to our purpose inspires and empowers us to do everything right, have fun, and be the best. We will be recognized fairly, elevating our levels of personal accountability, and focus on our customer. The resulting creation of wealth will grow opportunities for all.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides technical support for end users, maintains and updates databases; develops and conducts training sessions as needed
  • Audits, analyzes, and updates a variety of data maintained electronically
  • Monitors the HR data systems, builds queries, and creates reporting in Microsoft Great Plains and/or ADP System and other HRIS systems
  • Maintains knowledge of data access techniques including any required query languages used for database management and analysis
  • Packages metrics/analysis into presentations and reports for management
  • Conducts broad-based workforce analysis using available HRIS data
  • Performs to adhoc reporting requests and delivers in a timely and accurate manner
  • Coordinates and processes employee changes submitted from the company’s intranet in a timely fashion
  • May acts as the HRIS partner with IT when testing software upgrades as well as routine maintenance
  • Reviews and recommends HR processes to ensure continuous improvement of efficiencies
  • Monitors and ensures that transactions are processed consistently and that data integrity is maintained
  • Provides assistance on projects related to all facets of the Human Resources Division
  • Works with others to ensure accurate requirements are defined
  • Provides technical advice and consultation
  • Provides timely project status and issue reporting to management
  • Other duties as required and/or assigned

Requirements

Job Requirements: (please ensure you meet the listed requirements prior to applying)

  • High School diploma or GED required or currently enrolled and successfully complete a GED program within 6 months from start date as a condition of continued employment
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources, or Information Systems or related field- required
  • Two (2) years of HR or Planning and Analysis experience or a combination of both - required
  • One (1) year of experience in the HRIS job function- required
  • Must have a working knowledge of computers with experience using Microsoft products; a specialized skills test will be administered with a minimum passing score of 80%–required
  • Report trending and quantitative reporting experience- preferred
  • Knowledge of building queries in Microsoft Access and/or SQL-  preferred
  • Demonstrates skills in planning and project management- preferred
  • Proven experience with the nature and flow of the business and application to the analysis
  • Must have proficient computer skills to query databases, run reports, design and perform other HRIS computer operations as necessary
  • Experienced user of Microsoft’s Great Plains or ADP program is strongly desired
  • Must possess a high level of maturity and the ability to maintain confidentiality of all information
  • Willing to work odd and irregular hours including nights, weekends, and holidays
  • Willing to travel and participate in training as recommended or required
  • Must have a Tribal Gaming License (or the ability to obtain and maintain a license) as a requirement for this position
  • Must have willingness and ability to work in a smoke/secondary smoke environment
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About this Employer

Wind Creek Bethlehem

77 Wind Creek Blvd
Bethlehem, PA 18015

(877) 726-3777

400 Room Resort

www.windcreekbethlehem.com

Corporate Information

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is made up of descendants of a segment of the original Creek Nation who once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia. Unlike many southeastern Indian tribes, the Poarch Creeks were not removed from their tribal lands and have lived together for over 150 years near Atmore, Alabama.

In the early 1980s, the Poarch Creeks petitioned the United States government to recognize a government-to-government relationship, allowing them to operate as a sovereign nation with its own administration and system of bylaws. Their request was answered on August 11, 1984, when they became the only federally recognized tribe in the state of Alabama.

On April 13, 1985, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians opened a 1,500-seat high-stakes bingo hall in rural Escambia County, Alabama. Creek Bingo Palace immediately created 130 jobs in the small town of Atmore. It also set the Poarch Band on a path towards self-sufficiency and improving socio-economic standards.

In summing up the impact gaming has had for the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, former Tribal Chairman Buford L. Rolin states: “It has provided our rural community with jobs — both for our Tribal members and for our neighbors. It has allowed us to add to our community’s tax base, and it has provided us opportunities to educate our children, build housing and medical clinics, and improve the lives of our elderly. Our gaming business has also provided us with capital that we have used to start other businesses.”

Today, Wind Creek Hospitality, as the tribe’s principal gaming and hospitality entity, generates a sustainable revenue stream to support governmental services that contribute to the health and well-being of the Tribe. A five-member Board of Directors oversees Wind Creek Hospitality and reports directly to the nine-member Tribal Council.