CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. ERP/HR Business Analyst in Los Angeles, California
ERP/HR Business Analyst
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ERP/HR Business Analyst
Category: Business Analysis (functional and technical)
City: Los Angeles, California, United States
Position ID: J0819-0597
Employment Type: Full Time
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CGI: An employer of choice
CGI has a need for an experienced ERP/HR Business Analyst to join our team in Los Angeles. This is an exciting full-time opportunity to work in a fast-paced team environment on technology systems. We take an innovative approach to supporting our clients working side-by-side in a collaborative environment modernizing existing technology.
This is the chance to further advance your career. Why?
• Full-time opportunity to become a member of an organization with $10 billion+ in annual revenues
• 70,000 employees in 40 countries
We're offering a complete benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, 401k, paid vacation, etc.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
The ERP Business Analyst will need to be able to design, configure, test, and implement the Advantage ERP software for clients. Ultimately, the business analyst will collaborate with the client on technology and business process related efforts for the implementation of the HR system, which include gathering functional business requirements, designing/configuring new system functionality, testing software code, and supporting end users.
Additional duties are as follows:
• Facilitate team and client meetings effectively to gather and document requirements, design system enhancements, drive user feedback, and conduct quality assurance testing through completion of project
• Write system documentation, including developer guides, design specifications, and topic papers
• Create test scripts based on business requirements
• Perform system testing using test scripts to ensure requirements are met
• Execute regression testing scripts
• Conduct analysis and recreation of client reported software issues.
• Support the application help desk responding to end-user calls
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Experience working with human resources system applications (i.e. Advantage, SAP, etc..)
• Experience in all facets of the project life-cycle
• Experience in system analysis, design, and testing
• Ability to prioritize effectively, multitask, and manage time appropriately
• Strong interpersonal skills and clear communication skills
• High level of interpersonal skills and customer service oriented experience and proficiency
You should also possess:
• Demonstrated abilities in software analysis
• Exceptional communication, leadership, analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills
• Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism with all stakeholders to establish solid working relationships.
• Strong team building and facilitation skills, including leading meetings, presentation skills, problem resolution/mediation
• Great attention to detail and follow through
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS/NON-ESSENTIAL SKILLS REQUIRED
• Team oriented
• Clear verbal and written communication skills
• Customer service oriented
• Experience with User Centered Design would be helpful
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What you can expect from us:
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At CGI, our success comes from the talent and commitment of our professionals. As one team, we share the challenges and rewards that come from growing our company, which reinforces our culture of ownership. All of our professionals benefit from the value we collectively create.
Be part of building one of the largest independent technology and business services firms in the world.
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