HR and Reporting Analyst

  • Full Time Job
  • Hybrid

Seequent builds world-leading subsurface software, helping create a better understanding of the earth to ensure a better world for all.

We are constantly evolving at the forefront of technology to transform how geo-professionals work, eliminating barriers to understanding by connecting software, teams, and the tools they need.

Every day, our customers in over 100 countries work to develop mineral resources more sustainably, design and build better infrastructure, protect the environment, source renewable energy, and help resolve historical challenges such as groundwater contamination and ageing infrastructure.

Our integrated earth modelling, geo-data management, and team collaboration software enables them to see a more complete picture of the earth: because with more understanding comes better decisions – for people and the planet.

Headquartered in New Zealand with global reach, Seequent is the specialist subsurface software company within Bentley Systems. Together, we are helping build a more resilient world.

We’re a high growth, people-centric success story.

Seequent is a Bentley Systems company, working together to build a better future.

The Role

This is a great opportunity for a reporting analyst to join on a fixed term basis providing parental leave cover for 12-14 months. 

Seequent has a complex multinational workforce and our people are most critical asset in the future success of the company.  This role will work as part of the HR team, but across both HR and finance, helping Seequent make some of our most important decisions as we grow.   This is a highly varied role spanning recruitment, budgeting and forecasting, performance, compensation, and HR operations. 

In this role, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Design and build workforce and budget reporting which drives actions by providing meaningful insights
  • Build, roll out, and maintain processes which improve HR Operations, including recruitment, compensation, performance, and planning
  • Help run the annual incentives and annual salary review processes
  • Participate in the build and analysis of specific strategic reporting projects, including gender pay analysis and compensation/performance
  • Build supporting documentation for new processes and manage the communication, implementation, and training of employees, managers, and the HR team

In order to be successful in this role, you should have:

  • Strong skills in Excel, including being able to use formulas to consolidate data from multiple different sources and design segmented reporting from the consolidated data
  • Good logical problem-solving skills when designing metrics and processes
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written. Particularly being able to communicate new ideas and the rationale(s) behind them
  • Exposure to HR processes or operations a benefit, but not essential
  • Exposure to budgeting and forecasting a benefit, but not essential

Why you will enjoy working with us..

You will be joining a highly skilled, highly productive team of technical experts who are passionate about what we do. We are a friendly, intelligent, and supportive bunch and are looking forward to you bringing your expertise to the team. Our wider team is geographically diverse and from multi-disciplines, so even though you will be Christchurch based you will have opportunity to work with colleagues from across the globe.

In addition to awesome colleagues and work culture, you can also expect the following benefits:  

Flexibility – Create a work-life balance that suits you with our hybrid work model.  
Facilities – Make use of the onsite gym, locker facilities, secure bike sheds, ergonomic standing desks, ping pong tables, and spacious café. 
Fun – Bring your dog to work, indulge in Pie Day Friday, build the tallest Lego tower, or embrace innovation in our annual Hackathon. 
Financial – Competitive compensation, reviewed regularly, plus the option to join our Employee Stock Purchase Plan.  
Family – Two weeks of supplementary paid parental leave.  
Learning – Access to a wealth of training resources through our digital learning platform Degreed, quarterly career conversations with your manager and a culture that believes in promoting from within.   
Wellbeing – Health Insurance via Southern Cross, fully subsidised subscription to Headspace, regular wellness webinars, and 24/7 EAP access