Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Analyst I, II, III, or IV (two positions to be filled)

Location
Huntsville, Walker County
Posted
Apr 25, 2014
Administrative Jobs
Technology, IT Support & Training
Employment Type
Full Time

Requisition Number: 201400110S

Department: Enterprise Services

Full Time Part Time: Full Time

Educational Experience Requirement: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST I -Bachelor's degree with a major in computer science or related field from an accredited institution with one year relevant experience desirable, but not required, or two years of higher education with two years of related experience required. A combination of education, experience, certifications, and training that would produce the required knowledge and abilities could be considered. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST II - Bachelor's degree with a major in computer science or related field from an accredited institution with two years relevant experience in directly related field or two years of higher education and four years of related experience required. A combination of education, experience, certifications, and training that would produce the required knowledge and abilities could be considered. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST III - Bachelor's degree with a major in computer science or related field from an accredited institution. Three years relevant experience in directly related field is required. A combination of education, experience, certifications, and training that would produce the required knowledge and abilities could be considered. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST IV - Bachelor's degree with a major in computer science or related field from an accredited institution. Four years relevant experience in directly related field is required. A combination of education, experience, certifications, and training that would produce the required knowledge and abilities could be considered.

Nature and Purpose of Position: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST I -To work as part of a team providing moderately complex programming, reporting, integration, and analytical support services for the campus Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system including Higher Education Banner technologies, other third-party applications, and internal programming. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST II - To work as part of a team providing complex programming, reporting, integration, and analytical support services for the campus Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system including Higher Education Banner technologies, other third-party applications, and internal programming. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST III - To work as part of a team providing highly complex programming, reporting, integration, and analytical support services for the campus Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system including Higher Education Banner technologies, other third-party applications, and internal programming. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST IV - To work as part of a team providing advanced programming, reporting, integration, and analytical support services for the campus Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system including Higher Education Banner technologies, other third-party applications, and internal programming.

Primary Responsibilities: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST I -Assists with creating technical specifications from functional requirements. Customizes delivered reports and creates new reports. Works with data owners, Office of Information Technology Services staff, and contracted resources regarding upgrading systems and reports to new software versions. Partners with users in testing programs and reports; creates related documentation; and ensures programs and reports function efficiently and securely. Codes, documents, tests, and debugs programs and integrations. Designs and implements minor system changes or integrations using third and fourth generation languages (e.g. Java, .Net, PHP), SQL, PL/SQL, XML, and/or web scripting to build and integrate systems based on defined standards and procedures. Writes enterprise reports using business intelligence tools. Consults with users to define and document business requirements. Responds to, troubleshoots, and repairs issues with databases and associated applications including Banner. Implements data loading, migrations, conversions, and scheduled job operations. Implements timelines to meet the goals of functional areas. May review new programs including database programs, functions, procedures, and packages before they are loaded into production databases and systems. Assists with implementing the processes necessary to refresh or otherwise maintain sets of data for testing and development purposes and automates processes when possible. May assist with training others. Performs other related duties as assigned. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST II - Assists with creating technical specifications from functional requirements. Customizes delivered reports and creates new reports. Works with data owners, Office of Information Technology Services staff, and contracted resources regarding upgrading systems and reports to new software versions. Partners with users in testing programs and reports; creates related documentation; and ensures programs and reports function efficiently and securely. Codes, documents, tests, and debugs programs and integrations. Designs and implements moderately complex system changes or integrations using third and fourth generation languages (e.g. Java, .Net, PHP), SQL, PL/SQL, XML, and/or web scripting to build and integrate systems based on defined standards and procedures. Writes enterprise reports using business intelligence tools. Consults with users to define and document business requirements. Responds to, troubleshoots, and repairs issues with databases and associated applications including Banner. Implements data loading, migrations, conversions, and scheduled job operations. Assists in developing and implementing timelines to meet the goals of functional areas. May review new programs including database programs, functions, procedures, and packages before they are loaded into production databases and systems. Assists with developing and implementing the processes necessary to refresh or otherwise maintain sets of data for testing and development purposes, and automates processes when possible. May assist with training others. Performs other related duties as assigned. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST III - Assists with creating functional report specifications and defines technical specifications. Customizes delivered reports and creates new reports. Works with data owners, data custodians, Office of Information Technology Services staff, and contracted resources regarding upgrading systems and reports to new software versions. Partners with users in testing programs and reports; creates related documentation; and ensures programs and reports function efficiently and securely. Codes, documents, tests, and debugs programs and integrations. Designs and implements major system changes or integrations using third and fourth generation languages (e.g. Java, .Net, PHP), SQL, PL/SQL, XML, and/or web scripting to build and integrate systems. Writes enterprise reports using business intelligence tools. Consults with users to define and document business requirements. Responds to, troubleshoots, and repairs issues with databases and associated applications including Banner. Implements data loading, migrations, conversions, and scheduled job operations. Writes and maintains specifications, and assists in developing timelines to meet the goals of functional areas. Assists in developing standards and procedures for programming staff. Reviews new programs including database programs, functions, procedures, and packages before they are loaded into production databases and systems. Assists with developing and implementing the processes necessary to refresh or otherwise maintain sets of data for testing and development purposes, and automates processes when possible. May assist with training others. Performs other related duties as assigned. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST IV - Assists functional areas with creating functional report specifications and defines technical specifications. Customizes delivered reports and creates new reports. Works with data owners, data custodians, Office of Information Technology Services staff, and contracted resources regarding upgrading systems to new software versions. Partners with users in testing programs and reports; creates related documentation; and ensures programs and reports function efficiently and securely. Codes, documents, tests, and debugs programs and integrations. Designs and implements major system changes or integrations using third and fourth generation languages (e.g. Java, .Net, PHP), SQL, stored procedures (e.g. PL/SQL), XML, and/or web scripting to build and integrate systems. Writes enterprise reports using business intelligence tools. Consults with users to define and document business requirements. Responds to, troubleshoots, and repairs issues with databases and associated applications including Banner. Implements data loading, migrations, conversions, and scheduled job operations. Writes and maintains specifications and assists in developing timelines to meet the goals of functional areas. Develops standards and procedures for programming staff. Reviews new programs including database programs, functions, procedures, and packages before they are loaded into production databases and systems. Develops and implements the processes necessary to refresh or otherwise maintain sets of data for testing and development purposes and automates processes when possible. Trains others. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Other Specifications: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST I -Requires a demonstrated ability to establish congenial work relationships and to communicate effectively within department workgroup. Implements complex policies and broad standards affecting one or more functional areas. Work requires a considerable level of judgment and reasoning to solve issues. Work requires attention to detail as errors can be serious. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST II - Requires a demonstrated ability to establish congenial work relationships and to communicate effectively within department workgroup as well as throughout the university. May interpret and implement complex policies affecting one or more functional areas. Work requires considerable judgment and sound reasoning to solve department and division issues. Work requires attention to detail as errors can be potentially serious. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST III - Requires a demonstrated ability to establish congenial work relationships and to communicate effectively within department workgroup and throughout the university with professional staff. May interpret and implement complex policies and broad standards affecting the university. Work requires critical judgment, a high level of initiative, and sound reasoning to solve department and division issues. Work requires attention to detail, as errors can be potentially serious. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) ANALYST IV - Requires a demonstrated ability to establish congenial work relationships and to communicate effectively within department workgroup, throughout the university with professional or managerial staff, and with outside vendors. Interprets and implements complex policies, statutes, and regulations affecting the department or university level. Work requires critical judgment, a high level of initiative, and complex reasoning to solve division and university issues. Work requires attention to detail as errors can be potentially serious.