• Competitive
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Moody's
  • 2019-03-18

HR Systems Business Analyst (6-8 month contract)

Location: New York, NY, USA

Moody's is seeking a curious and driven Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) Business Analyst to join our global HRIS team on our organizations' journey towards Human Resources (HR) digitization. This role will offer a unique opportunity to face off to senior Human Resources stakeholders to drive projects and initiatives forward in a business analyst capacity.

Please note that this is a 6-8 month contract opportunity.

Scope:
  • The incumbent will be responsible for support, configuration and training for end-users of our current HRIS setup. In addition, they will be responsible for troubleshooting and resolving issues and documenting requirements & enhancements.
  • This position will require prior experience configuring SuccessFactors Employee Central, a strong analytical mindset, functional experience in HR and a go-getter attitude in order to identify and realize opportunities for improvement to our current processes and systems.
  • This position will report directly to the -Business AnalysisHRIS Manager and will be based in New York, NY.
Key Accountabilities
  • First level support for troubleshooting all HRIS issues sent by the help desk, HR Operations team and end-users globally
  • Create and maintain functional specifications for modifications to existing functionality in Success Factors
  • Perform system configuration, including maintaining picklists, foundation data, data loads etc. In addition, configure system updates and/or work with development teams (internal IT or external vendors) to implement system enhancements
  • Implement HRIS security role based permission changes/requests and troubleshoot role based permission issues
  • Independently create and manage requirements, for small and large projects.
  • Create test scripts and conduct and coordinate Quality Assurance (QA) for all system related changes and issues

  • Actively participate in Global HRIS special projects that involve implementing new functionality for end users globally
  • Execute internal QA testing and lead User Acceptance Testing (UAT) efforts
  • Independently identify new opportunities for optimization and / or new HR needs and gather suggestions from peer HR members; a wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected
  • Create and maintain Training and system administration documentation
  • Train HR end users on the HR system
  • Manage, modify and maintain SharePoint tool used to track all production issues and enhancement requests
  • Provide back up for other Global HRIS team members as required
  • Ad-hoc projects as assigned

Technical Competencies
  • Experience with Success Factors Employee central configuration and/or implementation
  • Outstanding consultative, critical thinking, analytical and communication skills with ability to build effective partnerships across the organization.
  • Ability to work effectively in a high volume, deadline driven, fast-paced environment while remaining flexible to changing priorities
  • Strong self-initiative and attention to detail
  • Ability to perform a variety of complicated tasks independently and demonstrate ability to make good judgment to accomplish tasks
  • Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills, and presentation skills
  • Display knowledge of human resources and system business processes and practices
  • Ability to manage confidential data


Qualifications
Required
  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Computer Science, Information Systems or comparable major required
  • Minimum 2 years work experience in a HRIS specialized role
  • Experience with configuring global HR systems
  • High degree of proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
  • System Testing experience is required
  • Strong interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills
  • Organized and results focused


Preferred
  • SuccessFactors and IBM BrassRing preferred


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