Enterprise Resource Planning Analyst

Other
Full-time
Placer County

The Auditor-Controller’s Office is looking to fill an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Analyst position to support the Workday application.  Support team members work out of the Sunset Office in Rocklin. Requests to work a 9/80 schedule, or another type of flex schedule, may be considered.    
 
ERP Analysts will either be assigned to support the financial or HR/payroll modules of Workday by participating in the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of the Workday system.  Incumbents will collaborate with subject matter experts and management staff to define and document business requirements and then translate and implement those requirements into business solutions within the financial or HR/payroll modules of the Workday system.  

Typical duties for the financial modules will include but are not limited to: ensuring transactions and reports reflect accurate GAAP accounting data and financial statement presentation; gathering and documenting requirements and data for Workday reports; implementing, documenting, and testing Workday tasks, business processes, and integrations; completing setup and design of Workday and Business Intelligence reports; completing setup and configuring Accounts order management/inventory, purchase order, capital and trackable assets, payable/receivable, deposits, expenses, bank reconciliations, grants and projects, and budgets; write procedures and job aids; perform testing prior to Workday releases, analyzing the results and impacts to existing business processes; and conducting training for end users.

Typical duties for the HR/PR modules will include but are not limited to: translating business requirements into automated business processes and ensuring Workday functionality is working as designed.  Tasks include reviewing release notes, staying current on labor laws and County Code, Labor Agreements (MOU’s) and local law and analyzing their impact on system functionality; active participation in the bi-weekly time tracking/absence and payroll process; provide systematic support during the open enrollment benefits process and year end payroll processes; evaluate additional and enhanced functionality in order to streamline business process for end users; write procedures and job aids; perform testing for Workday releases, analyzing the results and impacts to existing business processes; assisting in the development of custom reports and the identification of Workday standard reports; respond to requests from the Workday Help email Inbox; and conducting training for end users.  Position may support on or more of the HR/Payroll modules which could include Time Tracking, Absence, Benefits, HCM Core, Compensation and Payroll.

This position requires three years of experience in finance/accounting or HR/payroll AND one year of experience interpreting and analyzing information system requirements related to finance/accounting or HR/payroll.  Equivalency to a bachelor’s degree is also required, but please note that additional, relevant work experience may be substituted for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.

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