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HRIS Manager

Colorado Permanente Medical Group, P.C.

Denver, Colorado 80247
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Full Time
1st Shift
  • Administrative
  • HRIS
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Job Details

Job Summary: 

Colorado Permanente Medical Group is seeking an HRIS Manager to provide leadership, planning and project management for the company’s Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), Oracle HCM and Taleo.  This role will serve as the technical point of contact for the suite of modules (Recruiting, Onboarding, Learn, Benefits, Compensation, Talent, Performance, Time & Attendance, Absence, Payroll and Reporting).  The HRIS Manager will work with Leadership and Stakeholders across the organization to identify gaps and needs with a focus on system enhancements, upgrades and future state of the HR systems.  This role will provide system support, innovative and integrated reports, operational support and long-term strategic solutions for the organization’s HRIS needs.

Major Responsibilities/Essential Functions:

  • Oversee department functions of the Human Resource Information Management systems
  • Provide operational support to functional Subject Matter Experts and end-user population for all HRIS applications through troubleshooting, training, and vendor management
  • Oversee the design, development  and implementation of future Oracle Cloud HCM modules to meet the requirements of the business
  • Provide technical consultation, expertise and oversight for the existing HR Oracle Cloud modules and recommend and assist in implementing enhancements and procedures
  • Escalate complex technical issues to appropriate vendor(s) and drive to resolution
  • Develop, deliver, and maintain HR reports for HR functional areas and other business groups y create, run, maintain and distribute routine and ad hoc reports.
  • Lead systems implementation of various technological advancements in the HRIS area as needed. Work with external vendors and internal teams on the implementation of new modules and fields as well as the upgrade of system versions.  Manage vendor relationships such that vendors are held accountable to offering a high level of support while maintaining cost efficiencies 
  • Manage requirements gathering, planning, development, and testing for system implementations and upgrades.  
  • Create and manage functional documentation requirements to include business requirements, business workflow, test plans and scripts, communication plans, training documents and procedures
  • Develop user procedures, guidelines, documentation, and train internal customers on processes/functionality
  • Maintain security, employee and manager roles.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • May partner with IT resources within Kaiser Permanente to design and support integrated solutions for the future
  • Own  the integrity of all HR systems and critical interfaces in and out of the Oracle database
  • Monitor inquiries & problem resolution while ensuring report of significant trends and progress as a regular occurrence
  • May manage the development and implementation of HRIS team members:
    • Provide necessary work direction to HRIS team members and manage projects effectively through planning, organization and project management
    • Act as escalation point for issues and provide leadership and guidance to team
Perform general management responsibilities such as hiring, performance management, performance reviews and individual development activities


Required Minimum Education:

Bachelor's degree.  

Required Minimum Work Experience and Qualifications:
  • 8 years of progressive experience with HRIS administration and reporting
  • Prior experience working in Oracle HCM and Taleo is required
  • Must possess advanced Microsoft Office skills
  • Prior experience designing and developing reports, dashboards and scorecards is required
  • Must be a problem solver, able to provide analysis to understand root causes and always looking for ways to improve systems and processes
  • Must be highly service-oriented, always seeking to understand the perspective of the end-user
  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently
  • Ability to adjust to multiple tasks and demands and constantly shifting priorities under tight deadlines and time constraints.
  • Demonstrated strong project management skills.  High level communication and organization skills are a must
  • Demonstrated experience handling sensitive employment data in a confidential and appropriate manner

All qualified applicants who apply for an open position will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, marital status, physical or mental disability, age, or any other protected status under federal, state or local law. 

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