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HRMS Analyst II
The HRMS Analyst II is responsible for the administration and continuous maintenance of the Human Resource Management System (HRMS) as well as other HR applications used for recruiting, performance management, and learning management. This is an exempt position and typically reports to the Director HR Technology.
•Supports associates as the first-line contact for resolving inquiries related to the company’s HRMS, recruiting, and performance management platforms.
•Understands system setup, interdependencies, and data flows to track data, system, and interface issues; coordinates resolution with software vendor or internal team members; tests and implements resolutions.
•Maintains system tables and creates reports from multiple data sources.
•Queries and analyzes data for trend identification, impact analysis, and process measurement/ improvement.
•Routinely preforms audits to ensure data integrity.
•Prepares data for Regulatory Compliance, and Affordable Care Act reporting; ensures security of all data provided by management and team members.
•Supports field locations by answering technical system questions, training users on how to use the systems, and escalating for additional assistance as needed.
•Assists in the review, testing, and implementation of HRMS upgrades and other HR system enhancements
•Supports continuous improvement through both technical innovation and process improvement to automate complex tasks and minimize manual tasks.
•Documents technical and functional processes, writing detailed procedures that can be easily understood by team members and end-users.
•Requires a Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent work experience.
•Requires 2-4 years of experience with HRMS and other HR related systems. PeopleSoft experience a plus.
•Requires advanced knowledge in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Excel skills should include v-lookup, pivot tables, and complex formulas. Working knowledge of Access or SQL script a plus.
•Requires a demonstrated ability to: interact with a wide variety of people, organize/coordinate multiple priorities, learn/develop new skills, and effectively problem solve.
•Requires technical aptitude, strong organizational and analytical skills, and an ability to work independently.
•Requires an ability to be detail and process oriented.
•Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality.