Business Analyst, HR Projects & Development (2 Positions)
February 14, 2018
60582.00 - 96932.00
Contract - Experienced
4 Year Degree
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As a member of the HR Projects and Development team, you will provide business requirements gathering, fit-gap analysis, build solution proposals, perform unit testing, manage UAT testing, and perform software configuration as part of our implementation and continued support business model for our Human Resource technology solutions including but not limited to Oracle PeopleSoft HCM. In addition, this role requires a need for strong documentation as part of all aspects and phases of the project life cycle, and that the incumbent is able to clearly understand and define both business and user requirements. Solid communication and prior teamwork are key, as this role will interface with a number of business units and IT development/infrastructure support on a consistent/regular basis.
Post-secondary degree in an Information Technology Management or Computer Science Program, or a degree in a Human Resources program combined with subsequent formal experience that includes Oracle PeopleSoft products, PeopleTools and writing/understanding SQL and normalized data/table structures; along with three to five (3-5) years of experience with:
translating HR business requirements into ERP application functionality, including process design, configuration and testing, preferably in a higher education or public sector organization.
implementing ERP applications, with emphasis on recent experience in two or more of the following areas: records management, payroll, time and/or absence reporting, recruiting, total compensation, commitment accounting, reporting and/or security.
designing and implementing custom solutions related to Oracle PeopleSoft HCM functionality.
working with relational databases
designing complex reporting extracts
Equivalent education and experience with other ERP products (such as Oracle EBS, SAP, Workday, etc) may be considered. Business Analyst certification is an asset.
Excellent, well developed, analytical skills to consider and balance functional requirements against technology constraints and the ability to conceive of alternative approaches and strategies balancing business and end-user needs against a sound technical approach.
Proven experience and documentation capability in business requirements gathering, fit-gap analysis, solution design and proposal.
Good knowledge of existing and emerging technologies related to HR systems and web-based applications.
Ability to demonstrate initiative and self-direction while understanding the importance of teamwork, consultation and communication.
Well developed listening skills and demonstrated ability to communicate technical issues with non-technical people and business issues with technical people.
Excellent organizational skills to ensure quality and timeliness of work
Internal Number: 164319
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