The Business System Engineer will work as part of a team to support the enterprise procurement and finance SaaS systems. This role includes but is not limited to responding to customer requests and systems issues, continued improvement of processes, participation in projects and system implementations. You will also function as the point person between the customer and Business Systems team, ensuring the quality and timeliness of project deliverables. This position reports to the Manager of Financial Applications.
Partner with Finance/Technology on system related projects, including system releases/upgrades, enhancement packages, and process redesign.
Provide analysis, development of SaaS system solutions and related processes.
Work with and act as an advisor to internal customers on system design decisions, user experience, complex issue resolution and process design.
Organize system testing, identify discrepancies and create remediation plan.
Be a point of contact to SMEs for their system need and ensure best practices are communicated and implemented.
Expert on procurement related system processes.
Participate in improving system processes and implementing efficiencies.
3+ years configuration experience required with SaaS solutions such as Workday Financials.
Experience with related products such as PeopleSoft FSCM and/or Coupa a plus.
Proficiency in object-oriented API
Preferred Undergraduate degree in business analysis, computer science, information technology, finance or a related field
Comfortable working in a matrix organization
Familiarity with Agile practices and SDLC standards
Possess skills, necessary to express ideas and prepare analyses
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