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HR Analyst









About the Private Infrastructure Development Group

At the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), we get infrastructure finance moving and multiplying – accelerating climate action and sustainable development where most urgently needed. We work with public and private partners to bridge financing gaps, directing capital and expertise into projects that promote climate resilience and sustainable growth. Working throughout the project lifecycle, we reduce financial risk, transform markets, and build local capacity, creating a deep and lasting impact.

We are a group of companies that work together to improve lives throughout south and south-east Asia and Africa. Active since 2002, more than 50% of our investments have been either in countries classified as Least Developed Countries or Fragile and Conflict Affected States. These are the countries where infrastructure gaps are the largest and most urgent and where the population is youngest and growing fastest. These are also the countries that contributed the least to climate change and yet are suffering the worse impacts, in some of the regions with the richest biodiversity left on the planet, which is quickly being depleted.

Building on a pioneering track record of integrating climate and inclusion considerations in infrastructure investment, we launched our 2030 strategy in 2023, which makes action on climate and nature, together with sustainable development through new and improved infrastructure, the central purpose of all we do.

The HR Analyst will report to HR Business Partner, analysing employee and candidate data to optimize Human Resources processes. You will maintain data integrity, support operational HR tasks, and thrive on accuracy and working with data. This role involves supporting regional teams in Africa and the UK whilst collaborating with our HR Analyst in Singapore to ensure global consistency.


Role and responsibilities

HRIS Super User

  • You will be the go-to person for all things related to our HRIS system.
  • Ensure data within the HRIS is accurate and always up-to-date.
  • Manage system updates, resolve HRIS issues, and assist users when needed.
  • Responsible for training HR and employees on the system’s functionalities and new updates.

Data Management and Analysis

  • Collect, maintain, and analyze HR data to produce meaningful reports.
  • Implement data quality checks to ensure the information we rely on is accurate and consistent.
  • Regularly preparing and distributing reports to HR and management will be part of your role.
  • Design and implement HR metrics and dashboards to support decision-making.
  • Participate in HR projects and initiatives, to provide valuable analytical support.

HR Operations

  • General ad-hoc people administration, producing employee letters and supporting HR programs and initiatives as required.
  • Maintaining employee data, monitor the integrity and management of the people data and support/advise managers on correct record keeping and reporting.
  • Identify opportunities for process improvements within the HR team.
  • Support with onboarding activities.
  • Liaise with payroll for any changes i.e. joiners and exits.
  • Benefits administration. Support on timely insurance renewals for the organisation.
  • Manage the recruitment mailbox and any other correspondences with external parties.
  • Coordinate and monitoring contracts between the organisation and HR service providers.
  • Tracking HR expenditure on a quarterly basis.

Qualifications and education requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources or equivalent experience.
  • 2+ years of HR / People Ops experience.



  • Proven experience as an HR Analyst or in a similar role.
  • Advanced Excel skills, formulas, and data presentation through graphs and charts.
  • Effective in both independent and collaborative team environments.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to interpret and present data simply.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient in Word and PowerPoint; familiarity with mail merge and linking/updating data across files is advantageous.
  • Comfortable working with sensitive and confidential information, with a good understanding of GDPR rules.
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and detail oriented.
  • Client-centric with a strong focus on operational efficiency and HR administration value add.
  • Capable of identifying and escalating inefficiencies and risks within the HR team.


Application deadline: 26 July 2024

PIDG is an equal opportunities employer and values the diversity of all its employees, associates, owners, service providers and customers

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