13 days ago
At DLA Piper we redefine the possible!
We work collaboratively to create exceptional experiences, outcomes and growth for our clients and people. We make this happen through a culture that fosters creativity and individuality and empowers you to reach your full potential as part of a diverse, global team. We drive change and deliver more to make a tangible difference for our clients and communities.
In your role as an Interim HR Data Lead, you will manage the data conversion team, transform legacy systems data and load this into the new HR solution.
This will include all data conversion cycles and the final data load into the production environment. This is a great opportunity to be part of our exciting HR Transformation journey.
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Accountable for the overall design, development and testing of the processes to migrate data from the Legacy system into the new solution. This will be documented in a data conversion strategy
Lead a specialist data migration team to:
Document the end-to-end transformation process
Work with business teams to cleanse and validate data
Perform all data load cycles
Perform data reconciliation and report data loading results as part of the data audit
Attain functional area business signoff for each Go Live
Ensure that the team deliverables meet all program criteria of time, cost and quality
Experience of managing a specialist data team to deliver end-to-end data migrations
Experience of delivering several end-to-end data migrations within a project/programme
Experience of managing HR-related data migrations
Experience of preparing, creating and loading data
Strong experience with MS Excel and relevant data migration tools
An understanding of business processes and how data supports these
Knowledge of HR processes and how data supports these processes
Effectively plan to complete assigned task within program timelines
Escalate any risks or issues as required
Strong communication and client facing skills, with the ability to build and develop relationships
DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. Our global reach ensures that we can help businesses with their legal needs anywhere in the world. We strive to be the leading global business law firm by delivering quality, service excellence and value to our clients and offering practical and innovative legal solutions to help them succeed. Our clients range from multinational, Global 1000, and Fortune 500 enterprises to emerging companies developing industry-leading technologies, as well as government and public sector bodies.
In everything we do connected with our People, our Clients and our Communities, we live by these values:
* Be Supportive - we care about others, value diversity and act thoughtfully
* Be Collaborative - we give, we share and we join in
* Be Bold - we stand tall and challenge ourselves to think big
* Be Exceptional - we exceed standards and expectations
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
At DLA Piper we are working hard to ensure that our talent pool is diverse. For us, diversity isn't just about visible differences, it's the unique blend of talents, skills, experiences and perspectives that makes each of us an individual.
We know it's crucial to have a culture and environment where those differences are genuinely valued and that's why we strive to be a business where everyone can thrive, develop and succeed based on their talent. Our aim is to build an inclusive and supportive culture where all our people feel they belong and can achieve their best.
We recognise that people have responsibilities and interests outside of their career and that as a business, we all benefit from working flexibly. That's why we are open to discussing with candidates the different ways in which we are able to support requests for agile working arrangements.
In the event that we make an offer to you, and where local legislation permits, we may conduct pre-engagement screening checks that may include but are not limited to your professional and academic qualifications, your eligibility to work in the relevant jurisdiction, any criminal records, your financial stability and references from previous employers.