Job Posting - HRIS Analyst II - Term Position
Job Posting - HRIS Analyst II - Term Position

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Linda Embury
Human Resources
August 10, 2012


The Human Resources Department at the University of Lethbridge requires the services of a Human Resources Information Systems Analyst for a 7-month term to commence work as soon as possible. This position is exempt from the AUPE bargaining unit.

The successful candidate will provide assistance with business analyst support, project management, as well as liaison activities between HR and the Enterprise IT team. The position will be assisting with two key HR projects, which are a review of our BANNER HRIS system, and a project related to reporting for our Pension(s). Additional duties may include ad-hoc report writing and assistance with the development of HR’s web-based content.

HIRING SALARY RANGE: $4,991.85 to $5,545.94 per month.


The ideal candidate will have a University degree (preferably in MIS or Computer Science) or a related degree in Human Resource Management with proven experience in business process mapping and data management. A demonstrated analytical ability, experience with project management techniques, and a high level of proficiency with data management and spreadsheets are required. Familiarity with human resources management practices, business process mapping techniques and web content management would definitely be an asset.

The ability to maintain effective working relationships with members of the University community is essential.

CLOSING DATE: August 24, 2012
(or until a suitable candidate is found).

Please include a detailed resume with references and salary expectations quoting competition #IN01365 to:

Human Resources
University of Lethbridge
FAX: 403-329-2685

Resumes received without quoting the competition number will not be accepted.

The position is open to all qualified applicants, although preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The University is an inclusive and equitable campus encouraging applications from qualified women and men including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and Aboriginal persons.

Thank you to all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

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