PeopleSoft Jobs - PeopleSoft Sr. Payroll Business Analyst, 13931

at University of South Carolina- University Technology Services
Location Columbia, SC
Date Posted February 6, 2018
Category Default
Job Type Full-time


Job Description:

  • This senior level business analyst provides application support and provides solutions for the Oracle PeopleSoft Payroll (HCM) v9.x enterprise application and its integration with other enterprise, departmental, and external applications. 
  • This job involves production support for Payroll business units and PeopleSoft end users – including incident triage/resolution as well as problem analysis/resolution. 
  • This job also includes leading the design and implementation of complex special projects related to application modifications and system upgrades. 
  • This job also includes supporting and delivering training, end-user communication, and process documentation in support of the PeopleSoft Program. 
  • This job also involves working with the Program Manager and other team members to develop common standards and procedures for incident, testing, security and change management processes. 
  • Two positions available.

Additional salary information
S.C. State Band 8


  • Extensive knowledge of capabilities, techniques, and intricacies of enterprise resource planning (ERP) information systems – including deep knowledge of at least one of the following areas: Payroll, Time & Labor, Absence Management, Benefits, Employee and Manager Self-Service, or Human Resources. 
  • Ability to understand and carry out complex technical analysis, instructions and requests.
  • Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner – including creating and giving presentations. 
  • Ability to work effectively with users, vendors, and IT personnel. 
  • Ability to identify and resolve problems. 
  • Ability to plan, direct, instruct, and review the work of technical personnel. 
  • Ability to lead complex technical projects. 
  • Extensive knowledge of technical documentation. 
  • Working knowledge of information system software, internet software, spreadsheet software and word processing software as well as basic PC applications and operations – including Word, Excel and other MS Office products. 
  • Project management skills. 
  • Occasional work at other than normal times may be required based on production support responsibilities and other duties as assigned from time-to-time. 
  • Identification of and adherence to IT best practices and standard operating procedures for program management are important; however, flexibility in meeting the needs of customers is also a key consideration.