The PeopleSoft Technical Liaison (Business/Systems Analyst 3) position provides support for the Office of Human Resources with specific focus on supporting the business processes in the PeopleSoft Human Capital Management system.
Essential Job Functions: • Partner with HR Business Process owners (Human Resources, Recruiting, Payroll, Benefits, Time and Labor, Absence Management) to develop data reporting and business intelligence solutions. • Lead the process of analyzing and streamlining complex client business processes to best align technology solutions with business strategies. • Represent user areas in the more complex system enhancements and design activities. • Support the preparation of business requirements and detailed functional/technical specifications. • Work with customers and technical groups to solve complex problems considering technology capacity and desired business results. • Provide procedural and technical guidance to less experienced staff. • Understand and support integrations to other systems (e.g., PeopleSoft Campus Solutions, Recruiting Solutions, external talent management systems, etc.). • Maintain applicable service agreements. • Troubleshoot, analyze, detect, identify, and correct problems and deficiencies. • Support and drive Human Resources processes in the HCM solution. • Assist in the development of user procedures, guidelines, and training documentation as needed. • Proactively develop relationships with internal business partners to accurately capture business requirements. • Understand, document, and streamline business processes across all HR functions. • Serve as liaison with vendor and other IT areas to develop and test integration functionality to ensure it meets business specifications. • Serve as a positive change driver within the HRMS team, within OHR, and across the University.
We Offer: ? University paid contribution (10% of your salary) to your retirement account - vested immediately. ? 22 paid vacation days per year, in addition to sick leave and 11 paid holidays. ? Reduced tuition opportunities covering 75% - 100% of eligible tuition. ? Excellent and affordable health care benefits. ? Wellness program with opportunity to earn lower health care rates. ? Free disability insurance.
• BA/BS degree in MIS, Computer Science or a closely related field and 4 years of experience OR comparable related education, training, and experience to equal 8 years. • Demonstrated evidence of a commitment to promoting a culture that respects and advances diversity and inclusion. • Experience writing complex SQLs • Knowledge in PeopleSoft HCM architecture • Ability to work with the business to understand and translate the data requirements into an extraction of information from the system. • Strong conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skills. • Able to understand complex business requirements • Excellent communication skills – both written and oral, including communicating technology-related concepts effectively with technically proficient and non-technically proficient individuals. Ability to determine appropriate times and methods for communications. • Ability to work collaboratively with people with a variety of backgrounds including business representatives from across the University, technology resources from IT, and business process owners.
• Experience in preparing requirements and functional design documents. • Knowledge in Oracle database • Exposure to one of the following PeopleSoft HCM modules: Payroll, Time and Labor, Absence management, Benefits, Core HR, Shared data (between HCM and CS). • Experience in conducting analysis of human resources business processes and recommending improvements or efficiencies. • Ability to read the code in Application engine and SQR. • Experience in data visualization. • Experience in advanced data analytics and big data. • Oracle OBIEE.
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