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The ERP Analyst I, under the direction of a manager or above, assists in the design, development, and implementation software and integrations to support departmental processes and/or programs. Recommends policies and procedures to ensure effective technical coordination of departmental programs.
The ERP Analyst I is expected to
Provide upper tier technical support for the University ERP systems.
Monitor, maintain, develop, enhance, and patch University ERP integrated report, web, and integration solutions. Familiarity with all aspects of these solution implementations including automations and automation scheduling, required scripting for automation, integration and data loads, data models and schemas, and web development. Familiarity and regular work with cloud and on-premises technology for development, integration, and reporting, including object oriented and procedural programming languages, query languages, markup languages, scripting, and web services.
Familiarity and regular work with specialized tools for development, integration, and reporting including integrated development environments (IDEs), code editors, terminal emulators, and API development tools.
Perform business analysis, discovering and documenting business technical processes in an easy-to-understand manner.
Participate in requirements gathering, translating customer needs into actionable development specifications. Familiarity with agile principles for prioritizing and delivering work.
Spearhead technical quality assurance efforts for the University ERP and its integrated solutions. Write technical, operational, and usage documentation for solutions. Develop and conduct testing plans for solutions.
During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job-related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence.
An ERP Analyst 1 will be expected to be able to perform database query building and programming, including
SQL, TSQL, PL/SQL
query building and tuning
package, procedure, and function development
DDL and DML script generation
use of standard Oracle web development and file i/o packages.
An ERP Analyst I will need to have a foundational understanding of web development fundamentals
An ERP Analyst I will regularly work with one or more of the following technologies and require at least familiarity with:
Azure Data Engineering toolsets including Azure Functions and Logic Apps, SQL Server including SSIS and SSRS, PL/SQL, Linux and Bash shell scripting, RESTful web services and JSON, XML/XSLT, Linux commands and BASH/ksh scripting
An ERP Analyst I will work regularly with one or more of the following tools and require at least familiarity with:
Visual Studio, SQL Server Management Studio, TOAD, Postman.
An ERP Analyst I will work regularly developing for, integrating with, and supporting one or more of the following ERP platforms:
Workday HCM, Financials, Planning, Student – business objects, data model, integration toolset
Ellucian Banner Human Resources, Finance, Accounts Receivable, Student, Financial Aid – database schema, jobs, on premise administrative components
An ERP Analyst I may work with additional cloud-based development platforms including Azure DevOps, ServiceNow, Microsoft Power Platform, or Salesforce and experience with these is a plus.