Reporting to the Associate Director of Organizational Effectiveness, the HRIS Analyst is a key resource that will help to support the functional areas of the Human Resources department. The main areas include compensation, classification, benefits and recruitment. This position will need to use advanced technical strategies and critical thinking to solve potential issues and maximize the utilization of current and upcoming modules within the HRIS. The key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating internal and external reports, assisting with and enhancing current audit procedures, maintaining data integrity and serving as a point of contact for functional users. Additional responsibilities include:
Research system enhancements, including new functionality roll-outs and modifications of existing functionality and coordinate and perform in-depth tests, including end-user reviews and other post-implementation support. This will also include researching solutions to functional issues.
Communicating and presenting process changes, enhancements and modifications to management, peers, staff and other employees so that issues and solutions are understood.
Serving as the technical point of contact for assigned functional areas and assisting subject matter experts with maintaining data integrity and analyzing data flows for process improvement opportunities.
Assisting in the review, testing, and implementation of system upgrades and patches.
Researching and resolving HRIS problems: performing scheduled activities and recommending solutions or alternate methods to meet requirements.
Writing standard and complex HRIS-related queries to support projects and approved reporting requests.
Developing user procedures, guidelines, documentation, and system specifications.
Utilize the change management system when necessary to serve as liaison between HR and IT to troubleshoot system issues.
Assisting in documenting HRIS business processes to satisfy audit requirements.
Maintaining the Staff and Faculty online directory.
Assisting in the maintenance of the HR website as needed by updating historical information and working with the Web Development area to ensure a dynamic web presence for the office.
Assisting with the administration of the Taleo applicant tracking system.
Knowledge of PeopleSoft HRMS reporting/query tools.
Knowledge of current rules, regulations, laws, principles and practices related to HRIS.
Knowledge of HR information technologies and ability to recommend changes or improvements to existing processes or systems.
Knowledge of basic auditing and monitoring techniques required to ensure programmatic compliance.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Excel and Access.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree and at least one (1) year of business analyst experience in public or private sector. Applicants who do not possess the required education may substitute experience on a year for year basis.
Preference given to candidate with experience in higher education, education consulting, or related field and at least two (2) years of business analyst experience in public or private sector.
Project management or systems implementation experience a plus.
For immediate consideration, contact Harrison.firstname.lastname@example.org