People & Culture Analyst - Bank Australia
  • Location Kew, Victoria, Australia
  • Posted 10th July 2019
  • Advertiser Bank Australia
  • Full time, permanent opportunity
  • Be supported to build your career in an organisation that shares your values
  • Salary $79k-$92k (including 11% superannuation) plus benefits

Come and help us build a different kind of bank, the bank Australia needs. We’re driven by a clear purpose to create mutual prosperity and positive impact for people and the planet. We’re growing fast as more people choose to align their banking with their values. We’re looking for people who share our values and commitment to creating a positive future for our 140,000 customers, our communities, and our environment.

We have an exciting opportunity for a full time People & Culture (P&C) Analyst to join the team. The People & Culture (P&C) Analyst is responsible for establishing relevant and meaningful reports, people metrics, dashboards and analysis to support the bank’s leadership with their decision making and to realise the bank’s strategy and objectives.

What you’ll be doing

  • Ensure all HR data and reporting is always accurate and delivered on time
  • Prepare and publish workforce and compliance related reports as required
  • Lead the collection, maintenance and interpretation of HR information and records
  • Act as an internal consultant for the HRIS, including providing training on the system and updating procedures as required
  • Administer the bank’s engagement survey and prepare analysis
  • Participate in People & Culture projects and other duties as required by the P&C leadership team
  • Ensure administration tasks are completed accurately and in a timely manner.

What you’ll bring

  • Demonstrated accuracy of work and exceptional attention to detail
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office suite, in particular Excel and PowerPoint
  • Demonstrated experience in analysing data, preparing reports with recommendations and insight
  • Excellent written, verbal and problem solving skills
  • Strong quality orientation and continuous improvement focus
  • Ability to draw data from multiple sources and use it to build a business case or “tell the story”
  • Knowledge and experience in a workforce / human resources information management
  • Relevant tertiary qualification/s in Human Resources or a related information systems discipline.

If you have any queries, please contact Katie Weekes on 03 9854 4819 or via the email link below.

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