Senior Information Systems/Business Analyst
Internal Title: PeopleSoft HRIS Analyst
Posting Number: STA00249PO17
College/Division: Division of Human Resources
Department: Salary Administration and HR Systems
Advertised Salary Range: $71,910-90,000
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Information Technology
Advertised Job Summary: There are two Business Systems Analyst positions available within the Division of Human Resources. This position requires the right candidates to: Collaborate with functional areas to conduct proactive problem management and identification of potential issues and defining new functionality and service enhancements. Act as liaison between technical developers and functional departments to ensure requirements and functional designs are translated accurately into technical designs to meet business requirements by supporting the translation of customer requirements into a best fit within the PeopleSoft HCM application. Develop, design highly complex HCM processes and documentation that support the solution development life cycle across multiple platforms and define specifications. Configure and prototype system functionality. Troubleshoot, analyze, detect, identify, and correct production issues related to HCM PeopleSoft modules. Defines test scenarios based on requirements and create test scripts to prove each scenario from unit to user acceptance testing. Performs unit, system and integration testing and supports user acceptance testing. Sustain processes, systems, procedures, logs, and materials to support PeopleSoft HCM post go-live and find solutions for continuous improvements by routinely reviewing and analyzing business process, workflow procedures, and job functions to provide insight with peers, SME and other functional managers.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree in Information Technology Systems or related field and 7 years experience in computer systems development and modifications; or equivalency.
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