HRIS Analyst I

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Job Description

About the Role

This entry level HRIS position will provide production support to include trouble shooting processed transactions, assisting in system configurations, analysis and testing. You will be also responsible for tax and general deduction set up and maintaining data integrity. You will have experience in Workday HR.

Responsibilities:
  • You will be the Workday HR data transaction expert.
  • Be the HR point of contract for transactional processing and problem resolution.
  • Develop Workday HCM production support skillsets to include user support, system support, system configuration, monitoring end-user data input, identifying control opportunities and implementing solutions, and resolving user issues.
  • Analyze transactions to provide a comprehensive understanding of the impact to payroll, benefits and reporting.
  • Resolve production support tickets and reporting of production support efforts.
  • Oversee processing tax and general deduction transactions.
  • Uphold data quality and integrity standards by maintaining processing controls and data integrity audits.
  • Help resolve technical or process issues affecting HR data integrity.
  • Participate in the semi-annual Workday system update process, implementation of new functionality and various HCM projects.
  • Provide back up support in processing employment and income verifications.
  • Continue to grow knowledge base and skills by partnering with HRIS Analysts on common goals.


Basic Qualifications:
  • Required: 3 years of experience in an HR transactional processing
  • Experience with HR functions
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills (formulas, pivot tables, macros) to include proficiency in spreadsheet analysis
  • Bachelor's Degree in business, information systems, or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Preferred Qualifications:
  • 2+ years of HRIS Analyst Experience
  • Experience in Workday HCM


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