Oversee Workday report inventory and integrations workstream as the technical product owner within HRIS and function as overall lead for day to day maintenance + optimization projects
Provide Workday technical expertise for integration and reporting for the entire company’s needs; Support functional team by providing reporting and integration subject matter expertise, including data source and object knowledge and complex calculated field creation
Own the overall report + integration inventory and ensure the list, stakeholders and design documentation is kept up to date
Build out report and integration standards and the correct selection of technologies, where appropriate, action as a champion of these standards
Drive towards decisions and recommending best practices related to report writing and integration builds for internal clients and external vendors across all functional areas of Workday
Serve as an advisor to HR business partners on industry standards and leading practices for reporting and/or integrations
Identify reporting and integration strategies, risks, and options, recommend approaches and mitigations to realize full potential of Workday
Demonstrate strong stakeholder management and excellent communications skills
Manage third party support vendors
Possess experience with waterfall and agile project management methodologies, ability to create and manage project plans, estimate effort to identify and understand dependencies and to manage project resources like consultants and support team
Possess a continuous improvement mind-set - Ability to challenge the status quo, conduct root cause analysis to reduce/prevent tickets and overall support efforts by simplifying design and looking for opportunities to automate
5+ years of Workday implementation and support experience, most recently in a workstream ownership/Lead role, or similar level role, preferably with a consulting firm or a fast growing tech company
HR knowledge and HR Technology/HRIS experience
Experience managing cross functional teams and vendors
Demonstrated commitment and achievement to delivery excellence and client relationship management
Demonstrated understanding of the cross functional dependencies and impacts to reports, conversions and integrations
4+ years hands-on experience on Workday reporting and integrations configuration e.g. requirement gathering, building, coding, testing, troubleshooting and implementing various recruiting integrations; Creating reporting and integration technical requirements & maintenance documentation.
3+ years hands-on experience in configuring and building from the ground up custom studios, CCBs, CCTPP, RaaS reports, BIRT reporting, SOAP, REST, XSLT expertise
2+ years of experience in Workday system administration e.g. tenant management, version releases, regression testing
2+ years of completing end to end implementations of Workday report and integration solutions; Completed relevant Workday training for Report Writer and Integration builds; Familiar or able to configure Integration Security to enable APIs
You have experience working with and understanding people systems: HRIS (preferably Workday), ATS (Greenhouse a plus!), global and payroll reporting and integrations
You pride yourself on your “work smarter not harder” work ethic and thrive in a fast-paced and ambiguous environment
Better Place was a venture-backed international company that developed and sold battery charging and battery switching services for electric cars. It was formally based in Palo Alto, California, but the bulk of its planning and operations were steered from Israel, where both its founder Shai Agassi and its chief investors resided.
The company opened its first functional charging station the first week of December 2008 at Cinema City in Pi-Glilot near Tel Aviv, Israel. The first customer deliveries of Renault Fluence Z.E. electric cars enabled with battery switching technology began in Israel in the second quarter of 2012, and at peak in mid September 2012, there were 21 operational battery-swap stations open to the public in Israel.
Better Place filed for bankruptcy in Israel in May 2013. The company's financial difficulties were caused by mismanagement, wasteful efforts to establish toeholds and run pilots in too many countries, the high investment required to develop the charging and swapping infrastructure, and a market penetration far lower than originally predicted by Shai Agassi.
Fewer than 1,000 Fluence Z.E. cars were deployed in Israel and around 400 units in Denmark, after spending about US$850 million in private capital. After two failed post-bankruptcy acquisition attempts, the bankruptcy receivers sold off the remaining assets in November 2013 to Gnrgy for only $450,000.