A Systems Analyst must provide analytical and technical expertise within the team regarding the analysis, design, development and implementation of business applications. In this capacity, they must maintain awareness of current IT projects within PPG and planned projects in their own IT group in order to promote application sharing.
Perform requirements gathering/elicitation and analysis in order to understand current state processes, complex business rules and desired future state; ensuring that the context and implications of the changes are identified and understood by the business and the project team.
Responsible for Kronos time and attendance processes, upgrades, file transfers into and out of ERP Payroll system, and all editor and Kronos user training. Prepares and updates On-line training materials and related reporting.
Lead risk based and security analysis to administer and maintain, proactively identify issues/gaps and lead initiatives to improve overall Information Security function, ensuring access rights are maintained and risks remains low in changing business requirements and changing risk and threat landscape.
The successful candidate will be responsible for analyzing and evaluating existing or proposed Business Intelligence (BI) systems and devising computer programs, systems and related procedures to provide information.
The Business Systems Analyst II is responsible for working directly with company lines of business to identify, define, document and prioritize requirements of information systems of various size and complexity for assigned projects.
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$100K to $164K -Cleveland, OH
This role requires hands-on experience with requirements gathering and analysis, gap identification and remediation, data mapping and validation, reconciliations, end-to-end user acceptance testing (UAT), and report writing.