Workday Reporting Lead in London
We’re looking for an experienced individual to join a team in London as a Workday Reporting Lead on a fixed term 12-month basis. As a Workday Reporting Lead, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining reports, as well as mentoring staff in order to facilitate efficient report production.
This role will involve spending time in both the London and Gatwick offices, so you will be required to be able to travel between the two locations throughout the contract. The company’s vision and purpose are to help individuals succeed and to be a sustainable business. They believe in championing everyone’s needs and future directions, so working here will mean being supported in your goals and personal development.
Workday Reporting Lead responsibilities:
Key requirements for this role in London:
This is a great opportunity for an individual with plenty of experience producing Workday reports to take on a new challenge. As well as being pushed to be the best you can be in this role, the healthy working environment will provide you with everything you need to thrive in your work. Individuals are encouraged to be themselves, which has proven to lead to enhanced success for both individuals and the company itself, creating a supportive and motivating working environment.
If you’re interested in this fixed term role and would like to know more, contact email@example.com to discuss the position and have your application considered, or attach your CV below to apply online.
Tags: Workday, Workday Reporter, Workday Reporting
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Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Reference: A010202 (AVIL-851123)
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