Significant knowledge of HR systems and databases
Ability to help generate relevant metrics to further business and HR strategic initiatives and priorities
Ability to synthesize large amounts of data and identify key trends
Ability to present data in a logical, concise manner
Ability to explain data and metrics to a non-technical audience
Superior knowledge of Microsoft Office
Strong attention to detail
Effective written and verbal communication
Strong customer service, multi-tasking, analytical, and prioritization skills
Ability to work well under pressure
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or related field
1–2 years of data analysis and reporting
1–3 years of HR experience preferred
Establish strong cross-functional relationships to fully understand the business and factors of success in the industry
Work with business units and HR personnel to develop relevant HR metrics
Generate regular and ad hoc reports on specific HR metrics
Develop and maintain procedures for the metrics report generating process
Ensure data accuracy by completely following all company-outlined procedures
Examine and identify key trends in the data
Present relevant trends in clear, succinct reports to key stakeholders and demonstrate the implications of these trends on the business
Investigate possible methods of improving and/or increasing the automation of the reporting process
Act as a main point-of-contact for all HR reporting requests from internal and external customers
Enel is Italy�s largest power company, and Europe�s second listed utility by installed capacity. It is an integrated player which produces, distributes and sells electricity and gas to 61 million customers.
Enel currently operates in 40 countries covering four continents and has a production capacity of 96,865 MW and more than 76,200 employees worldwide.
Enel entered the Romanian market in 2004 by acquiring former Electrica Banat and Electrica Dobrogea. In 2008, it added to the portfolio Electrica Muntenia Sud. Enel is currently selling and distributing electricity on the local market through it�s five companies.
In Romania, the Enel Group is also one of the largest investors in renewable energy, through Enel Green Power.
With the acquisition of the three regional Electrica branches, Enel began investing in improving the distribution service counting so far, in Romania, investments of 1.7 billion euros.
Now in Romania Enel is the largest private investor in the electricity sector:
- 2.6 million customers
- over 4.600 employees
- 89.240 km network
- 279 substations