The HRIS Analyst will be a critical member of our HRIS Team's Workday efforts to support the company goals and direction. In this role as an HRIS Analyst you will be responsible for HRIS set up and maintenance, changes, reporting, testing and troubleshooting, process improvements, data integrity, systems security, and project and year-end support. The position will assist in HRIS related projects as needed.
Work closely with the HRIS team collaborating with internal Human Resources customers to analyze HRIS requirements, develop and implement various HRIS processes and procedures
Maintain documentation and procedures for audit and tracking of tasks
Troubleshoot problems, conduct workflow analysis and streamline processes to improve overall efficiency, and efficient use of technology
Assist in the training of new users and new processes/functionality as needed
Prepare new reports from HRIS (Workday), and manipulate existing report variables in order to generate ad-hoc reports
Responsible for data integrity and quality assurance of all data
Perform configuration changes in accordance with application procedures
Provide production support to ensure business processes execute as planned
Deploy application changes in a timely & quality manner
Regularly assess the current state of services and proactively identify areas of opportunity for improvement
Maintain system configuration, reporting, and calculated field designs
Interpret business requirements into specifications for the HRIS application
Assist with testing and implementation of file feeds and interfaces for any add-on technology to our HRIS as needed.
Execute and/or monitor all scheduled import/export interfaces and files to third party vendors.
Execute internal processes and perform audits in order to ensure the integrity of all systems
Audit and review changes within HRIS to ensure proper controls and separation of duties and assist in establishing new controls, as needed.
Aid in coordinating system and security administration for HRIS related systems as needed.
What You'll Need:
Bachelors degree with 4+ years of experience in Human Resources
Previous experience working with Workday (HR, Benefits, Compensation, Performance Management, Time Tracking, Absence Management, and Organizational Design)
Working knowledge of the following functional areas: Human Resources, Benefits, Compensation and Talent Management
Ability to collaborate with internal customers to define deployment expectations and ensure consistency with strategic direction
Organized, detail-oriented, and have exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Self-starter that possesses a strong desire to seek optimal solutions and share discoveries
Excellent analytical problem-solving capabilities
Intermediate experience with Microsoft Excel (e.g. Macros, pivot tables, advanced charts/graphs, conditional formatting, data tables, basic programming) and PowerPoint functionality
Ability to combine Human Resource knowledge with information retrieval skills
Ability to manage deliverables in a fast-paced environment
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