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Business Systems Analyst (HRIS)

City of Georgetown


Location:
Georgetown, Texas 78627
Date:
10/12/2017
2017-10-122017-11-11
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Shift:
1st Shift
Categories:
  • HRIS
City of Georgetown
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Job Details

The City's Human Resources Department is seeking a technically strong addition to our customer service driven team.  The department and the City value Trust, Professionalism, Teamwork, Communication, and Work/Life Balance in order to provide outstanding service to our community.  We seeks candidates who share our commitment to that strong organizational culture.  This is a new position that will support the HR department through ERP implementation and rapid process improvements over the next few years.  Are you the self-driven team player that will help us succeed?



Under limited direction, works to employ intermediate analytical, technical, and project management skills to ensure that mission critical enterprise software systems meet the specific functional requirements of the business units and processes they are intended to support.   Primary responsibilities include assisting with the design, specification, and support of enterprise software systems; analyzing, documenting and designing functional requirements for software system integrations. Carries out the functional processes related to software implementations, changes, and upgrades.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  

  • Performs System administration for departmental Enterprise systems to include updating tables, troubleshooting and documenting problems and resolutions, assisting with conversions and upgrades, and acting as a liaison between the user department and Information Technology Department
  • Acts as technical resource; determines and translates business data into reporting needs within a variety of applications such as Microsoft Access, Excel, or SQL
  •  Serves as the primary functional expert on specific enterprise business systems
  • developing data-driven reports using industry standard reporting tools
  • Leads end-user training of staff in the functional use of enterprise business systems
  • Collaborates with technical staff and users to analyze business processes and translates them into detailed functional requirements for the configuration of user interfaces.
  • Utilizes project management techniques to prepare and implement project plans for individual system changes/integrations     
  • Provides guidance to other functional support staff on functional issues related to specific enterprise business systems
  • Specifies and documents integrations between different software systems including specific data exchanges, types of software interactions (web services, database connections), database schema design, and the use of software integration tools
  •  Writes specifications for data inputs and outputs including the design of forms, graphical user interfaces, and reports
  • Coordinates and/or performs the design, development, implementation and testing phases of changes/additions to existing enterprise business software systems
  • Evaluates new software version compatibility to insure that they meet all necessary functional requirements.
  • Works with external software vendors, engineers, and technical support personnel
  • Provides technical and functional guidance and specifications to the IT Systems Analysts
  • Analyzes the technical and functional requirements of software systems that are being considered for integration with the enterprise business systems
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in an Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Geographic Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, Accounting or related fields. Four years of full-time relevant job experience.
 
One additional year of full-time experience may be substituted for 30 semester hours of the required educations with a maximum substitution of two years.

Preference with experience and skill in Human Resources business processes.
 

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