The Information Systems Analyst reports to the Associate Director for Information Resources and Systems. The Analyst assists the Associate Director with the design, implementation, technical/functional modifications and enhancements, access, training, and usage of the central systems administered by Human Resources (HR). The systems include the Human Resources Management System (Oracle EBS), the time and leave system (TimeClock Plus), and partial administration of the position management and recruitment system (PeopleAdmin). The Analyst assists to develop and oversee processes and procedures that accomplish the policies and functional goals set forth by the Associate Director, the Executive Director of Human Resources and other leaders within HR and as required by and Federal and State laws and regulations. The Analyst collaborates with the Associate Director, HR leaders and functional teams in Payroll, Benefits, Records, Classification and Compensation, HR Solutions, Employment, Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO), Student Employment, and Talent Development to understand policies and processes (technical and functional) to provide efficiencies, responses to new requirements, and solutions to new and historical issues.
The position works closely with campus partners, particularly Information Systems (IS) and Academic Computing and Networking Services (ACNS), to accomplish technical changes and innovations at the direction of the Associate Director. The Analyst tests all new or altered functionality in the HR system, assists with communication to HR liaisons and other system users to provide customer support, receive feedback, and train on new and changing functionality. This position also assists with the management of other forms of HR communication, including website updates/enhancements, shared mailboxes, and listservs.
This position assists the Associate Director with Human Resources Data Authority responsibilities, controlling access, advising campus on usage, and advising Information Systems on data architecture, the design of data transfer amongst the Human Capital systems, as well as integrations with the Student, Financial, and many other systems on campus. The Analyst plans and implements HR data feeds to off-campus vendors. The Analyst writes complex reports for administration, CSU colleagues, auditors, and external entities when pre-existing reports are not readily available.
The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and integrity, as well as strong interpersonal skills to foster collaborative relationships among broad constituencies. The person will be logical, motivated, and possess excellent interpretive, analytic, and written and oral communication skills.
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