Google is known for our innovative technologies, products and services — and for the people behind them. The Google People Services (GPS) team focuses on providing an amazing experience to past, present and future Googlers. As an Analyst, you’ll use your technical expertise, business acumen and client relations skills to help our team find and develop the best talent in the world. Whether it’s forecasting hiring needs, developing tools to automate HR systems or analyzing the impact of one of our staffing programs, your work will be crucial in ensuring that we make intelligent, data-driven decisions. You’ll work in close partnership with the staffing and operations management teams to lead action-oriented analyses and provide regular weekly and monthly reports on performance and trends. Projects might include applying statistical techniques to make hiring projections for a specific function or role, using supply chain techniques to provide forward looking insight into our candidate pipeline or developing models to build our global resource planning model. Above all else, you’ll focus on ensuring that our organization is well-informed and able to make our people-related processes and systems better, faster and more user-friendly.
In this role, you will be a People Analyst focused on the diversity and culture elements of the People Operations strategy, partnering deeply with the Employee Engagement team and other analytics teams working in the diversity space. Your work will help People Operations make thoughtful, data-driven decisions that will enhance its work in these critical areas for Google.
Great just isn't good enough for our People Operations team (you probably know us better as "Human Resources"). Made up of equal parts HR professionals, former consultants and analysts, we're the champions of Google's colorful culture. In People Ops, we "find them, grow them, and keep them" - we bring the world's most innovative people to Google and provide the programs that help them thrive. Whether recruiting the next great Googler, refining our core programs, developing talent or simply looking for ways to inject some more fun into the lives of our Googlers, we bring a data-driven approach that is reinventing the human resources field.
Serve as an analytic POC/advisor to the VP of Employee Engagement.
Measure key diversity and culture related outcomes and conduct analysis to build insight into the dynamics that influence those outcomes via deep analysis and collaboration with other analysts
Confirm and evolve standards for measurement and analysis on diversity and culture in collaboration with other People Operations analysts working in related areas
Communicate findings within the Employee Engagement team and more broadly within People Operations to shape strategy and execution plans (including setting goals and monitoring performance against them)
Proactively provide data support and consultation to the Employee Engagement team to help guide the day to day operations for their most critical efforts, including compliance related reporting. Support efforts to control access to demographic data and fulfill prioritized ad hoc data requests.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of work experience as an analyst or in an analytical role
Track record of using business analytics to guide strategy development and execution
Deep interest in diversity and organizational culture including how dynamics tied to race and its intersections show up in the workplace and how to potentially shift those dynamics through the use of data
Strong proficiency with spreadsheets and SQL, experience with R or Python for data analysis and experience developing dashboards and visualizing data for non-technical audiences
Team player with demonstrated ability to build relationships across organizational lines to achieve objectives
Strong project manager with skill navigating unstructured, ambiguous environments that present competing demands
Excellent communication skills and client service-orientation, with an emphasis on influencing decisions of leaders via the creative and rigorous application of data
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