The Payroll Business Analyst position will review customer business needs and participates in the troubleshooting, planning, design and implementation of new or enhanced systems, process, procedures and reports. Establishes standards and procedures to be used in the development of systems as well as collecting business requirements for enhancements and creating technical specifications for the Development team.
Functional support of JD Edwards Payroll module and additional systems support (US & Canada Payroll)
Perform standard duties such as:
o Works with internal stakeholders and SME's to fully understand requirements
o Document detailed business requirements
o Write test scripts and perform comprehensive testing
o Create instruction for end user to process programs
o Support deployment, training, and cutover activities
o Ongoing support
Performs year-end task
Collaborates with Payroll Manager to ensure data integrity
Experience in the HR/Payroll applications
o World A7.3
o E1 Version 9.0.
Experience with SQL report writing and analyze data
Experience with Union Requirements and Reporting
Basic understanding of Payroll AAI's / Journal Entry
Insight Reporting Tool
Power BI Reporting Tool
Ability to work independently and collaboratively
Other duties as assigned.
Experience supporting ERP Systems and projects, specifically JD Edwards E1 and World.
Business Analysis experience is required
Minimum of 10 years of experience in a Business Analyst role
Experience with Microsoft Office preferred (Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook)
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel required (Pivot Tables, VLOOKUP, Formulas)
Effective communication, analytical, computer, and interpersonal skills.
Requires understanding of interfaces with other business systems.
Demonstrated aptitude for acquiring new technical skills in data reporting
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills
Strong aptitude for process improvement
Ability to work on multiple projects and assignments simultaneously and meet deadlines
Ability to assist others in defining their needs in a collaborative, tactful manner
Ability to communicate with both technical and non-technical audiences
Interpret and/or discuss information with others, which involves terminology or concepts not familiar to many people; regularly provide advice and recommend actions involving rather complex issues.
May resolve problems within established practices