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Worthington Industries is looking for a Sr. HRIS Analyst in Columbus, OH. This person processes the organization's Human Resource information using the most efficient and cost-effective computer systems and applications. Researches, analyzes, designs and maintains information systems in support of Human Resource administration and projects. Monitors HR information needs and designs new or modifies...
Provides critical thinking and analytics on HR/HRIS solutions involving research and data warehousing and organization. Under supervision, reviews, assesses and recommends practical solutions to a wide variety of HR related issues, problems and opportunities; i.e., specifically, prepares and administers a variety of databases and interfaces associated with various HR programs including benefits, c...
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Human Resources Information Systems Analyst

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$31,200.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Human Resources Information Systems Analyst in Ohio
(59 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
43.2%
Master's
31.8%
Some College Coursework Completed
18.2%
High School
4.5%
Vocational
2.3%
(44 Respondents)
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