People Governance Analyst (12 month Contract)

Louisville, United States
25 May 2022
30 May 2022
Job Type
Contract Type
Full Time

Location: Montreal or Toronto, Canada | Boston, Chicago, Edison or Louisville, USA | United Kingdom | South Africa

We give you a world of potential

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Governance Analyst to join our People Services team until 31st March 2023. This role will operate within the global People team and will be responsible for and support activity globally.

The People Services & Delivery Team seek to create the best experience for our most important asset: our people. This includes recruitment, learning & development, reward & benefits and employee administration, to ensure that we are an employer of choice in every country and office location.

Over the next few years, the team will transform regional HR teams into one, global People function with a clear, global People strategy aligned with our business priorities. This is an important part of the successful global restructure of the wider business, from regional to global business units.

We aim to deliver an excellent experience for candidates, employees, managers and senior leaders, making it as easy as possible for people to do what they need to do throughout the employee life-cycle.

A role you will love

We are a global business with an entrepreneurial spirit, and we are proud of that. What that comes with though is a fast-paced environment and lots of change so you will be resilient in nature and able to adapt quickly and embrace the pace of change we often work at.

You will work across multiple disciplines within the People team, building knowledge and capability to include People Services, Employee Relations, Learning & Development, Recruitment, Systems and Reward to provide effective support to projects and business as usual activities.

Ensure governance and controls are in place and operating effectively across our People Services & Delivery processes and procedures. Assist with implementing and managing the BAU control framework, ensuring changes are reflected and quality checks are performed, documented and reviewed with control owners.

Some of your key responsibilities will include:
  • Identify risks and error trends in manual and automated processes, ensuring they are documented and raised with risk and control owners
  • Perform quality control checks on critical processes, in line with payroll cut-offs and key dates to minimise risk
  • Assist with implementing and managing an effective global control framework across our People Services & Delivery systems, processes and policies. Including BCP, Risk, Audit and Compliance activity.
  • Coach and develop teams members on effective control and data privacy management; ensuring the ACE system is accurate
  • Co-ordinate internal and external audit requests
  • Support with critical vendor reviews, documenting changes and ensuring governance framework is in place and working effectively
  • Build relationships across the team, working closely with the MI team to obtain data and insights
  • Support People projects ensuring governance is applied to all new processes and procedures

What will you bring to the role?

There are no direct line management responsibilities, but you will be required to provide training, support, and share knowledge across the team. At times, there may be some matrix management required when supporting change initiatives or projects.

What else are we looking for?
  • Experienced at working in a high-volume administrative role, ideally across multiple jurisdictions
  • Experienced in creating and operating quality controls and compliance checking processes
  • Ability to identify risks and mitigate by implementing effective controls
  • Exposure to third party supplier management principles
  • Understanding of data privacy regulations and embedding into working practices
  • Experienced at providing training to new and existing team members
  • Highly organised with a methodical approach and a meticulous eye for detail
  • Be able to work as part of a team, using your initiative, whilst understanding the limits of your own authority

A company to be proud of

Computershare (ASX:CPU) is a world leader in financial administration with over 14,000 employees across 21 different countries delivering expertise to over 40,000 clients. At Computershare, it’s more than just a job, our open and inclusive culture means that we will help you to grow, to move forward and make the most of the world of opportunities we have available. With infinite possibilities, we could take you anywhere. #worldofpotential

Rewards designed for you

Employee Share Plan. Set aside salary to purchase shares in our company and you’ll increase your investment when you receive a generous company contribution towards additional shares.

Health and Wellbeing. Our health and wellbeing rewards can be tailored to support you and your family.

Save for Your Future. We will support you along your retirement savings journey.

Paid time away from work. Our employees enjoy a competitive paid time off package, including a day each year to volunteer time for a good cause that is important to you.

Employee Discounts. We’ve partnered with other organizations to offer you extra savings. Enjoy discounts with banks, car manufacturers, on flights, accommodation, and days out as well as with many big brand shops.

Extra Rewards. From tuition reimbursement to cash bonus recruitment referral programs, our comprehensive benefits package offers a multitude of options.

A diverse and inclusive place to work

Computershare celebrates the diversity of our people, and we welcome applications from everyone.

We believe that having a culture of inclusion is essential in delivering good results. Attracting, retaining, and developing a diverse workforce where employees feel valued, respected, and empowered allows people to reach their full potential. As a business this diversity helps us to better reflect and understand our customers’ needs to allow us to drive better outcomes.

We are happy to accommodate individual needs during your application journey. If you require disability accommodations or adjustments, please email us at detailing your requirements and contact information.

Computershare is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by applicable law.


We’ve kept our business running during the pandemic by moving most of our employees to remote working, and by creating and maintaining a safe environment for those people who need to be in the office. We carefully limit the amount of people at our locations and ensure that those who cannot work remotely are kept safe with proper distancing and protective equipment.

In most circumstances we are currently performing interviews, assessments, and background checks online to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Should you be successful in securing a role and it can be performed from home, we will arrange for equipment to be sent to you and your onboarding and training will be provided remotely.