Jobs in Los Angeles Airport
Jobs in Los Angeles Airport, The position owns the demand and labor planning for our Canada airport operations. This includes taking airline flight schedules and developing staffing needs based on demand and budgetary requirements.
Creating, editing, and planning specific employee schedules for our larger Canadian operations, such as Vancouver and Calgary. Creating staffing and labor demand based upon specific customer pro-Formas using established staffing requirements, such as hours per flight or minimal staffing requirements.
The role will involve summarizing and communicating business analytics for labor and how it is tied to the operational and financial effectiveness of the business. In addition, this position will be responsible for contributing to and utilizing standardized dashboards; financial models.
Performance metrics, and executive-level reporting packages. The position will also analyze, report, and make appropriate recommendations that will positively impact business performance. This position will report directly to the Director of BI Systems.
|Post Name||Resource Analyst|
|Company Name||Airport Terminal Services Inc|
|Expected Salary||USD 22 To USD 24 Per Hour|
|Address||Los Angeles, California, United States 90001|
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Interpret airline flight schedules via Sabre StaffPlanner and Sabre RosterMaker.
- Use Sabre products to develop a working labor plan that meets service, and safety requirements, and stays in line with budget requirements.
- Ensure key labor metrics are met (Cost of Labor %, average hours per flight, non-billable overtime, etc).
- Transition approved labor plan into a working employee schedule, ensuring accuracy to key metrics established.
- Prepares and analyzes routine labor reports utilizing company systems such as Power BI, Kepion, NOVAtime, and ADP to balance against authorized hours and dollars for Canada operations.
- Present and communicate findings and works with the Business Unit Leader, Executive Leadership Team, Customers, or other stakeholders to identify and implement strategies that will address tactical and strategic goals.
- Weekly analysis of Actual financials and operations stats compared to Target and Budget: special focus on Labor % of Sales, HPF, Revenue, Net Income, Variables/Fixed expenses, etc.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, mathematics, operations, management, or a related field/equivalent experience.
- Strong computer and math skills required.
- Must have analytical background and passion for analysis.
- Must pass a drug test and background check.
|Education Required||Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science|
|Schedule Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
- A minimum of 3 years of experience and success in Analysis and Reporting.
- Experience in and understanding a wide variety of analytical processes (governance, measurement, etc.)
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent presentation skills.
- Experience managing projects and teams.
- Proven ability to complete projects and achieve results in an ambiguous work environment.
- Proven skills to work effectively across internal functional areas in ambiguous situations.
- Tell us more about yourself.
- What do you think are the most necessary skills and characteristics someone in this role should have?
- How do you make sure you practice a good work-life balance?
- What made you want to apply for a position with our organization?
- What are your biggest workplace strengths?
- Would you rather work as part of a large team, small group or alone?
- Tell us about your career goals. How can an organization help support your long-term plans?
- Why did you choose to build a career in human resources?
- What was your favorite course in college and why?
- In any position, it’s important to be organized. How do you remain organized at work so you can finish tasks and projects on time?
- What are the most surprising analytics you’ve compiled?
- Has there ever been a time when you made a recommendation that didn’t work out well? What did you learn from the experience?
- Tell us about a policy or procedure you helped develop in a previous place of employment.
- What HR software do you feel comfortable using?
- Has there been a time when you’ve had to manage a large amount of data? How did you keep it organized?