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Systems Integration Analyst - University Information Systems (UIS)
The Systems Integration Analyst is responsible for the development and maintenance of data integrations between the Workday Georgetown Management System (GMS) and external and internal systems. GMS is the system of record for the University's Finance, HR, Benefits, and Payroll. S/he works with other GMS team members to maintain roughly 250 internal and external integrations. Reporting to the AVP for HCM and Financial Systems, the Systems Integration Analyst has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Designs, develops, tests, and deploys new data integrations to internal and external systems supporting new projects.
Supports and maintains existing data integrations, supporting HR, Benefits, Payroll and Financial operations.
Handles regression testing existing integrations as part of deployment support or supporting Workday release activities.
Develops interfaces/integrations from end-to-end, including requirements gathering, design, build, test and deploy.
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, a related technical field or the equivalent experience ; Master's degree preferred
8-10 years experience developing web services integrations in an ERP project environment
Strong project management skills and business acumen
Effectively collaborate and communicate in a team environment, and also interact with other functional and technical teams comprised of individuals with varying technical and non-technical backgrounds
Workday Integrations Pro or Workday Integrations for consultants certification a plus
Functional knowledge in finance or HR business process best practices a plus
Expertise in designing, building, testing and maintaining web service integrations, utilizing Workday tools such as Studio, Cloud Connect and Enterprise Interface Builder (EIB) as well as third-party tools
Experience building integrations utilizing SFTP, EDI,or web services methodologies, including REST and SOAP web service protocols
Familiarity integrating with other systems in the University's system landscape, including Banner and Salesforce
Proficiency with data conversion and data analysis, plus experience using various XML and XSLT tools
Functional knowledge of HR, Benefits, Payroll and/or Financial business processes and reporting
Ability to rapidly adapt to changing business requirements and to efficiently acquire and utilize new technical and soft skills in response to such change
Solutions-oriented attitude with analytical and problem solving skills to produce timely, efficient, and high quality deliverables
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