HR Operations Lead

$60,000 - $70,000 yearly
  • Oracle
  • Rocklin, CA, USA
  • Sep 04, 2020
Full time General Business Human Resources Information Technology Management

Job Description

Preferred Qualifications

 

The Oracle Global HR Analyst is the master handler of people processes and data.  They hold the highest level of responsibility to ensure that employee records are accurately and efficiently compiled, reviewed, analyzed, submitted and secured in our proprietary Human Capital Management (HCM) system. 

 

This role will be responsible for leading "mini" projects focuced on process improvement. Leading onsite and virtual teams through all project management phases with stakeholders, utilizing process improvement, training, and communication skills.

 

Our analysts work as a team to manage HR workflows designed to support Oracle’s global workforce.   We collaborate across regions and continents to ensure the timely processing of people data; to analyze problems that surface from data errors; generate reports to account for large data uploads and transfers; provide solutions to line management, HR business partners and Oracle employees to ensure their personal information and records are accurate and secure.  

 

The HR analyst is a critical asset in the flow of information necessary to recruit, hire and onboard new employees.  We work together to ensure that employee’s data is updated when it changes as a result of organizational changes, job transfers, promotions and terminations.   Anything that could affect an employee’s record, must be handled and processed by at least one of our HR analysts.  They bear a significant responsibility for the integrity of Oracle’s people data.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  •        Skilled in process improvement, training, communication, and project management skills
  • 2+ years experience working in a data intensive environment, preferably in human resources, where data entry, record auditing and report generation are primary functions of your role.
  • You get excited about systems and process and most of all, improving them.  You are uniquely comfortable having dozens of apps and tabs open simultaneously.
  • You have a high attention to detail and the patience to pursue data anomalies that most of us miss.
  • You believe that no jobs are too big ; no problems too complex.
  • You can communicate effectively - directly and succinctly – across cubicles, organizational boundaries and cultures.  
  • You know how to represent a problem to others, and how to work with them effectively to solve problems.
  • You volunteer - for new experiences, learning opportunities and to help others.
  • BA preferred

 

Detailed Description and Job Requirements

 Acts as interface between business and IT organization with regards to HRMS implementation.

Supports users in the report generation process. Works closely with the Business HR to ensure all reports in (via HRMS) including SQL queries (both ad hoc and maintenance reports) are accurate. Process Mass Change Spreadsheets. Ensures data integrity in Oracle HRMS database by running regular audits. Conducts high-level HRMS needs analysis, prepares business specifications, implements modifications and enhancements and ensures system documentation are updated. Assists with the development and delivery of HRMS training to users. Provides systems support for HR applications, including Oracle Core HRMS, HR Self Service Applications, Discoverer Reports, etc. Participates in User Acceptance Tests. Undertakes special projects on an as need basis to address specific HRMS issues.

Duties and tasks are standard with some variation. Completes own role largely independently within defined policies and procedures. Strong knowledge of Oracle applications, HRMS functionality, set-up tables, table structures, PL/SQL, and Microsoft applications such as Excel. 2 to 3 years Oracle Applications experience. Problem solving skills and strong analytical skills. Good oral and written communication skills. Ability to manage vast amount of data efficiently. Typical experience 2-5 years.

 

Natasha Glynn