As Adaptive HRIS Analyst, you will assist with ongoing support and maintenance of Workday HCM & Adaptive Insights including master data management, and related reporting and analytics. You will support configuration, report development, and troubleshoot technical issues. You will also support Adaptive models, including data integrations and data visualizations. The Adaptive Insights HRIS Analyst works closely with Finance and leadership to improve processes and use the technological capabilities of Workday & Adaptive Insights to maximize system efficiencies. You will report to the HRIS Sr. Manager.
- Provide daily system support for administering Workday HCM and Adaptive Insights
- Support our Adaptive models, including data integrations and data visualizations to be used for all workforce planning, forecasting, budgeting, and month-end close analysis.
- Maintain Adaptive WFP Specific Dimensions, Versions, Scenarios and Attributes Supporting our Adaptive Models and Formulas (including Modeled, Cube, and Assumption sheets)
- Create and maintain Adaptive HTML Matrix and Model reports and Adaptive Perspectives/Dashboards
- Support all FDM activities - changes in hierarchies and accounts, chart of account definitions and business rules
- Support Finance and operational teams to guide the development of new Adaptive models and reporting views, dashboards, and financial reports.
- Configure and maintain business process workflow, custom fields, worktags, custom validations, custom reports, dashboards, and integrations.
- Partner with Finance and Technology teams to lead or help with Workday system related projects, including system releases/upgrades, enhancement packages, and process redesign
- Create, design and maintain Workday reports, dashboards, and calculated fields
- Maintain data integrity and enforce consistent data mapping across Workday HCM and Adaptive
- Identify and lead the implementation of process improvements to gain efficiency and ensure data integrity in Workday HCM and Adaptive Insights
- Work with cross functional teams to promote improvements/best practices including analyzing and optimizing Workday HCM and Adaptive related workflows, platform design and setup.
- Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems, Accounting, Finance, or related field
- 3+ years of hands-on experience working with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software
- 2+ years' experience with Workday HCM and Adaptive Insights is required
- Demonstrated track record of creating meaningful reports from HCM and Financial Systems.
- Advanced Excel skills (can perform complex functions), reporting concepts, tools and data visualization
- General understanding of accounting principles and familiarity with financial planning & budgeting processes
- Works effectively with individuals at all levels within the organization and can serve as a technical liaison.
- Demonstrated ability to work individually and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
- Able to multitask, prioritize and manage time effectively.
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to successfully troubleshoot and problem solve with both internal and remote users.
- Effective written and verbal communication skills; strong collaboration and presentation skills.
- Always committed to delivering excellent customer service and support
- In-depth understanding of how Financial Systems and general ERP practices can be used to support and improve business processes.
- Some travel may be required.
- Experience in corporate finance, data visualization, data science or related fields
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