Data Analyst and Reporting Specialist #26414

Data Analyst and Reporting Specialist #26414
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Joining the Talent Network with VanderHouwen & Associates (VHA) will enhance your job search and application experience. Job listings are mobile-friendly and easy to review, share, or apply. Whether you choose to just leave us your information or apply, we look forward to connecting with you.
This role will be focused on Talent Acquisition Data Analysis and Reporting.
Support recurring and ad-hoc report requests.
Build report queires to extract candidate information and requisition details from ATS, CRM, and other HR Talent Acquisition databases.
Manipulate data in excel and other reporting tools.
Provide reporting support to Recruiters, TA Directors, and Sr Leadership.
Strong background in excel is required.
Reporting experience with Taleo ATS and/or Avature CRM is preferred.
Report visualization in Tableau is preferred.
Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and manage competing priorities.
Ability to work with confidential information is required.
VanderHouwen & Associates, Inc.
For over two decades, VanderHouwen & Associates, Inc. (VHA), a Women Owned and nationally certified WBENC organization, has been a premier staffing provider of IT, Engineering, and Accounting professionals in the Pacific Northwest. While it might seem unusual for a rapid-deploy, results-driven business like ours to take that responsibility personally, we do. Our President's work ethic not only serves as the foundation of our company, but drives the commitment to individual attention which infuses our culture. Our dedication is to the satisfaction and success of our clients and consultants. We're committed to providing outstanding service to a uniquely demanding industry in a straightforward, ethical, highly personal, and always-responsive manner.
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