ALSAC/St. Jude

HR Project and Analytics Advisor

1 month ago
Position ID
Employment Status
Regular Full-Time
Human Resources / Learning


ALSAC exists to raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Our staff is dynamic and diverse. Our skills are different, our professions are varied; but our mission is the same: support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude. It’s more than a job; it’s a place where you can do what you love, and love why you do it.

  • #1 Hospital Charity in the Nation
  • #1 Health Non-Profit Brand of the Year
  • 94% of Employees Agree ALSAC is a Great Place to Work
  • Ranked a Top 10 Non-Profit Organization by Revenue

Job Purpose

Reporting to the Sr. Director of Human Resources, responsible for analyzing key HR metrics and trends, which includes diversity, turnover, compensation, benefits, payroll and LOD information. Provides analytical expertise and strategic guidance in the following areas: employee relations, talent acquisition, classifications and compensation, diversity, learning organizational development, policy development and compliance. Develops, monitors, and reports on human resource activities, metrics and analysis that will show trends, and evaluates cost effectiveness.


  • Requires knowledge of direct human resources experience in at least two HR disciplines – benefits, compensation, talent acquisition, payroll, employee relations and/or learning organizational development.
  • Experience with statistics and or quantitative methods commonly utilized in HR metrics preferred; excellent analytical ability, judgment and communication skills to resolve complex human resource problems.
  • Knowledge ordinarily acquired through a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or related, and at least 7 years of related human resource experience, preferably in non-profit industry.
  • PHR certification or SPHR preferred. Must possess a valid driver's license.

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