Oracle HCM Cloud Analyst
Frisco, Texas; Dallas, Texas
Paid Time Off
Paid Maternity Leave
Employee Assistance Program
Money Transfer Fee Reimbursement
Community Service Days
Business Travel Accident Insurance
MoneyGram supports ongoing professional development through continued education and on-the-job experience.
The HRIS Analyst IV is responsible for monitoring, maintaining and updating HR systems as needed, to ensure an efficient and accurate production environment for end users. Duties include but are not limited to writing reports from various systems, making minor configuration and security access changes to systems in a super user capacity. Troubleshoots errors within and between systems, identifying root causes of errors. Partners with vendors and IT to fix errors and identifying and implementing process improvements.
Develops and automates periodic reports in various systems based on user requirements to eliminate manual report writing.
Configures systems as required by business requirements by acting as the super user in each system and updating settings, tables, etc. in order to ensure systems meet business process requirements accurately and in a timely manner.
Troubleshoots systems and integration issues by identifying root cause (e.g. data, technical, network, etc.).
Oversees required fix so that problems are not repeated. Identifies process improvement or automation opportunities by reviewing process with end users, documenting the as-is and to-be processes.
Implements changes in order to save time or costs to the business and/or improve data integrity.
Liaison between vendors and/or IT and HR end users for minor changes to processes and systems, as well as break/fix follow up to ensure completion.
Reviews, writes and updates system documentation in the event of any new systems implementations or changes to existing systems to ensure documentation is accurate and current for production support.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Any combination of relevant education and experience and/or related professional designations/certifications in this field is highly desirable.
4 year degree required: Business Administration or Information Systems concentration or equivalent
IHRIP Certification and Lean/Six Sigma Certifications a plus
6-8 years of experience in HRIS and payroll system support.
Experience using dashboard generating tools for HR metrics highly desirable.
Experience supporting and configuring Kronos a plus.
Experience with Ceridian Source system a plus.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel
Skill in report writing using Structured Query Language (SQL).
Skill in independently learning, configuring and testing various HCM tools (Applicant Tracking, Onboarding, Compensation Management, Performance Management, Career Development, etc.).
Knowledge of HRIS systems and how they interact/interface with each other.
Knowledge of the overall HR business process delivery model.
Ability to prioritize work to ensure customers are satisfied and systems are up and running at all times.
Ability to analyze business and technical processes and determine ways for efficiency.
Ability to manage multiple priorities while maintaining high degrees of attention to detail.
Ability to work with a collaborative work style.
Ability to learn new applications quickly and effectively.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and/or sensitive business information.