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Hr Data Specialist (hybride), Calgary, Robert Half

Published 2022-08-13
Expires 2022-09-13
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Hr Data Specialist (hybride), Calgary, Robert Half
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published August 13, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hr data specialist (hybride)


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Our dynamic client in Calgary is currently seeking an HR Data Specialist to join their hard-working team for a contract role. As the HR Data Specialist, your day to day responsibilities may include, but not be limited to: Creating new hire and rehire packages Maintaining contract changes Processing employee retirements and terminations Running audit checks Investigating and troubleshooting data issues Ad hoc duties as requestedPut your talents to the test as an HR Data Specialist with our client. The successful HR Data Specialist will possess the following: 5+ years of HR Data Management experience Intermediated to advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills SAP experience Excellent communication skills Strong organizational and time management skills Ability to meet multiple deadlinesAvailable to start immediately To be considered for this contract opportunity, click the “Apply Now!” link or by using the Robert Half mobile app. Download it on the app store or get it on Google Play today! For assistance with applying, please call Robert Half at 403-263-7266. Please reference 05000-0012397866 in all correspondence regarding this opportunity. Robert Half would like to thank all applicants for their expressed interest however, only those candidates identified for interview will be contacted.Robert Half is the world’s first and largest specialized talent solutions firm that connects highly qualified job seekers to opportunities at great companies. We offer contract, temporary and permanent placement solutions for finance and accounting, technology, marketing and creative, legal, and administrative and customer support roles.Robert Half puts you in the best position to succeed by advocating on your behalf and promoting you to employers. We provide access to top jobs, competitive compensation and benefits, and free online training. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada.© 2022 Robert Half. Québec permit number AP-2000503. By clicking “Apply Now,” you’re agreeing to Robert Half’s Terms of Use.

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