HR Data Analyst

London, Part Time (3 days per week), 2 years Fixed Term Contract

An exciting and rare opportunity to work within the UK Music Industry, we are looking for an experienced People Data Analyst to join us to obtain, interpret, analyse and report on data in relation to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion.

About the MPA 

The Music Publishers Association works on behalf of its wide-ranging membership to protect and enhance the rights of the music publishers and creators at the heart of British music’s extraordinary cultural and economic success story. We strive to be the catalyst for positive change in the music publishing community, by empowering our members and advocating on behalf of our industry with passion, integrity, and respect for others and with the creator at the heart of everything we do. 

As well as safeguarding and championing the interests of its members, the MPA also owns and operates subsidiary businesses (together known as The MPA Group), including the Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS) which is the UK collection society that licenses mechanical (or reproduction) copyrights on behalf of over 30,000 music publisher, songwriter, and composer members; and Printed Music Licensing Ltd (PMLL) which represents the rights of music publishers, issuing licences on their behalf to allow for the photocopying and arranging of sheet music as part of education and beyond. 

About the Role

This newly created role will report to the Head of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) and provide our business with good analytical capability, which will enable us to interpret data and use it to produce reports for the MPA Group, its Board and broader Music Publisher membership, with the aim to make a positive impact within the industry.

Some of the key responsibilities include:
  • Procuring, analysing and presenting workforce demographics data (such as Workday and HRIS) internally and externally to produce metrics and reports which look at trends and relationships, provide insights and highlight focus areas in relation to recruitment, retention and progression of Talent.
  • Collaborating with key stakeholders across our membership base to assess and collate data relating to diversity monitoring and workforce profiles.
  • Undertaking surveys and questionnaires, analysing and presenting the findings.
  • Developing and maintaining a DEI dashboard.
  • Producing data reports for MPA management, the MPA Board and other key stakeholders.
  • Monitoring and tracking data on a regular basis.
  • Supporting the Head of DEI in setting up and managing employee networks.

About you 

Whilst previous experience within the Music Industry would be valued, we are keen to attract applicants from any sector and background. We’d like you to be able to demonstrate the following skills, experience and qualities: 

  • Demonstrable (1+ years’ experience) analytical skills of working with people data and staff surveys/questionnaires, including experience of tracking data, reporting, providing metrics and developing key success measures that drive impact and “tell the story”
  • Experience of working with systems, including HR Information Systems and Workday
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Organisation and time management skills
  • Prioritise and manage multiple tasks and projects
  • Delivering work within deadlines and schedules
  • Experience working in Human Resources
  • Interest in DEI is desirable

The MPA Group of Companies is a signatory to the Equality & Diversity Charter for Music and are committed to being a fair and inclusive employer. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and appoint on merit.

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