The position is responsible for assisting with the analysis, problem resolution and functional support of the university’s Payroll related systems (Oracle EBS HRMS System and associated integrations, applications and workflows). This includes system setups, troubleshooting, and other production support related items. This position will work closely with others in the functional departments, IT, and the campus community working proactively with counterparts and end users to identify ways to better meet operations/business needs.
- Participation in Systems Initiatives, such as upgrades or new system implementations; troubleshoot and resolve problems in the operation of one or more Oracle system modules as part of a project team. Responsible for requirements gathering, testing, documentation, and implementation of new system setups. Responsible for developing functional specifications for new/modifications, interfaces or workflows within Oracle Financials or other F&A systems.
- Troubleshoot and resolve problems in the production operation of Oracle, and related systems, which includes the following: analysis and documentation of the problem/issue, working with the module managers or respective end users, working with IT development team, testing and documenting the solutions and coordinating the solutions with other impacted module managers. Responsible for troubleshooting and maintaining customizations, interfaces and workflows.
- Perform daily/monthly processing activities which could include the following: interfacing transactions in the modules, reviewing output of nightly processing jobs and fixing exceptions, posting entries, creating and reconciling month-end and quarter-end reports. Produce and/or run data queries and reports to gather required information to support the F&A Division or the campus community. These reports will be used to assist with analysis, report on University activity, complete mandated reports, and respond to audit and compliance requirements.
- Other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.