Greenville, Pitt County
Jul 24, 2014
Administrative Jobs
Technology, IT Support & Training
Job Description: Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, the Director for HR Information Systems works with the HR management team, ITCS, and the ECU community to integrate technology-based resources and support the workforce information technology needs of the University. The Director is responsible for developing, implementing, and sustaining state-of-the-art information technology tools for the Office of Human Resources and has broad responsibility for coordinating decisions in regard to workforce information technology needs across all constituencies. The Director collaborates with both internal and external audiences to promote workforce goals, identify emerging issues, develop and sustain effective online resources, and enhance the quality and consistency of workforce information and communications with all campus constituencies. This position serves as the functional owner of the Banner HR module which includes: serving as a liaison between, and resource for, functional and technical users; security administration; training; problem solving, system testing and defect resolution; management of upgrades, evaluating releases, patches, and coordination of testing; maintenance of current release knowledge, maintenance of rule and validation tables; and maintenance of Electronic Personnel Action Forms (EPAF) and processes. This position serves in a lead role for ECU's Kronos Workforce Central (v6.2) System Implementation currently live with a Pilot Group. This position manages a small staff responsible for reporting from the Banner data warehouse (ODS), security administration and training documentation. This position will be responsible for the development of automation projects to improve efficiency and data integrity, and accommodate emerging data requirements. This requires constant collaboration to adjust system design and improve business processes, training, documentation and support. The ability to solve complex problems and operate independently is critical. Competency in full range of workforce technology tools: ERP; standalone systems; homegrown solutions; etc., along with the ability to fully utilize technology tools to improve workforce management at all levels is essential. Must be able to prioritize and re-prioritize work based on short-term and long-term department objectives and current circumstances. The ideal candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an appropriately accredited institution and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in the field of workforce information technology is required.

Special Instructions to Applicants: Candidates should submit a cover letter, a resume, and a list of three references online.

Date Initial Screening Begins: 08-19-2014

Job Close Date: Open Until Filled