- Manages the University's non-purchase order payment application (ePayment) for users and provides system problem resolution support. Ensures that application data is accurate and up-to-date within and between environments (test and production).- Manages all functional aspects of the application including appropriate provisioning of access, determination of the configuration of process rules, customization of settings within departmental roles. - Manages University ePayment messages, communications, website, and support information. Answers majority of Level II (business-critical) and significant portion of Level III (IT-critical) questions pertaining to the University ePayment application. - Communicates program changes and enhancements to various payment and purchasing applications to different groups within the University community through a customized communication tool. Communicates changes to various user groups, based 0n their utilization of the system.- Identifies process improvements in the systems supported. Requests enhancements from external suppliers and internal University IT support to improve the performance of applications.- Conducts classroom-training sessions for variety of Financial Services systems.- Creates custom and standard reports from internal and external sources. Reports will focus on spend management, comparing business unit spend to industry best practices and compliance with University preferred supplier relationships, Procurement Services Performance Scorecard, and Diversity/UChicago Local spend. - Maintain a variety of policies, internal controls, and procedures associated with payment systems of the University.- Interface with colleagues in Shared Services and Procurement Category Teams to ensure development and maintenance of effective and efficient processes and procedures for payments.
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