People Analyst

Lucid is a fast growing market research technology firm based in New Orleans and focused on bringing efficiency and automation to online survey sampling. By using our technology infrastructure, our clients gain global access to survey respondents while maintaining control and quality. Lucid is looking for a smart, ambitious and detail-oriented Analyst, who is looking for a career in Human Resources, to join the People team.

The successful candidate will be a self-starter who loves technology, automation, streamlining, and is organized, self-confident, and good at maintaining strong relationships at all levels of an organization. As a People Analyst, you’ll be accountable for the day to day HR administration, HR data processing, and general assistance to special projects overseen by the People Managers.  In addition to being smart, resourceful and motivated to offer excellent client service to employees at all levels, you must also desire to help maintain the excellent work environment and employee culture at Lucid.


  • Assist with the day-to-day operations of the People department
  • Maintain important HR documentation and records in a systematic way
  • Use HRIS and Recruiting technology to support processes associated with the employee life cycle such as onboarding, benefits enrollments, employee recordkeeping, and job changes
  • Co-manage payroll process with colleagues from finance team
  • Assist recruiters and hiring managers through the selection, scheduling, and talent assessment process
  • Conduct regular audits and ad hoc reports for problem prevention and resolution
  • Constantly think of new ways to automate and scale the People process
  • Serve as an important face of the People team; offer the best possible customer service to all employees, across all locations
  • Champion company culture through event planning and other social initiatives
  • Support the People team on important people management projects


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business or a related field
  • 1-3 years of work experience, preferably in HR, client services or data
  • A high degree of proficiency with Excel and other MS Office productivity tools; Experience with HRIS and Payroll systems; Most importantly a proven track record of learning technology fast and improving on current systems and process
  • Ability to think critically, analyze and interpret data
  • High attention to detail, organization and follow-up skills
  • Must maintain confidentiality when dealing with employee information
  • Strong desire to build relationships, work as a team, keep a positive attitude and embody the values of Lucid
  • Motivated, curious and ambitious to grow in your career and with the People team
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