Workday HRIS Analyst I - Remote - US

BioClinica - Remote (30+ days ago)3.4

The primary focus of the Workday HRIS Analyst is to provide support and guidance to the HR team by creating and maintaining reports, tools, and analytics necessary to meet team initiatives. This position will also be responsible for managing system updates and new feature releases as well as managing system security. Our corporate office is located in Princeton, NJ, but remote US workers will be considered.

Primary Responsibilities

Acts as internal system consultant for the HR Team by:
Meeting with the heads of each HR function regularly to determine the current initiatives for each team and suggesting Workday tools & analytics to help them meet their goals more efficiently
Recommending solutions or alternate methods for system issues
Researching and resolving HRIS problems, unexpected results or process flaws
Writing, maintaining, and supporting a variety of reports utilizing available reporting tools.
Assisting in development of standard reports for ongoing customer needs
Helping maintain data integrity in systems by running queries, analyzing data, and working with the HR team to evaluate gaps
Developing user procedures, guidelines and documentation
Training HR Users (new and existing) on processes and functionality of the systems and assisting team with system-related questions and needs

Manages system updates and new feature releases by:
Managing semi-annual Workday version releases by researching new features, evaluating which ones should be adopted by Bioclinica, and implementing and testing those that are added
Auditing, validating, and updating data within HR systems to achieve data integrity and ensure that system controls and processes meet all internal and external audit requirements
Making configuration changes to security and business processes as needed
Continuously analyzing system applications and tools to ensure best practices.
Assisting with the management of HRIS implementation, maintenance and enhancement
Training HR users on new processes/functionality
Lead the security configuration of the Workday platform including overall framework, development of new security roles and business process definitions by:

Conducting meetings and working closely with HR and management to improve business processes and reporting and analytics available to the organization
Acting as internal Workday security subject matter expert by providing consultative and functional assistance
Administering Workday security by granting user access, coaching for role assignment accuracy and maintaining security protocols and programs
Ensuring proper protocols are developed and followed to meet audit compliance requirements
Assists with departmental initiatives by

Managing projects as requested
Maintaining professional means of communication with all staff
Secondary Responsibilities

Contributes to team effort by

Cross-training and serving as back up to other HR functions
Exploring new opportunities to add value to organization and departmental processes
Performing other duties as assigned
Maintains Technical Knowledge by

Attending and participating in applicable company-sponsored training
Attending and participating in applicable continuing education in Human Resources
Reviewing publications

Bachelors degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Human Resources or related field required
PHR/SPHR Certification preferred

2-5 years of experience supporting Workday desired
Working knowledge of HR practices required
Experience in Configurable Security, Custom Report writing, and/or Data Audit required
Data protection and privacy experience required

Additional skill set:
Ability to maintain confidentiality a must
Ability to work in group setting and independently; ability to adjust to changing priorities
Excellent attention and orientation toward meticulous work; strong organizational skills
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
Ability to maintain professional and positive attitude

Working conditions:
Travel: 0-25%
Lifting: 0-100lbs
Other: Computer work for long periods of time

EEO Statement:
Bioclinica is an equal opportunity employer. Bioclinica evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, disability/handicap status or any other legally protected characteristic.

This position description should not be deemed all inclusive. Additional requirements and expectations may be assigned. At all times, employees are expected to adhere to company policies and company SOPs.