Massachusetts Institute of Technology HRIS Senior Business Systems Analyst in Cambridge, Massachusetts
HRIS Senior Business Systems Analyst
Job Number: 19519
Functional Area: Information Technology
Department: Human Resources
School Area: VP for Human Resources
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Category: Exempt
Visa Sponsorship Available: No
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Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
HRIS SENIOR BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST, Human Resources, to analyze requirements, design and develop effective solutions, and align technology with business strategies. Will coordinate and conduct testing for system support and enhancements; develop training materials, implementation plans, and change management strategies; and collaborate with stakeholders to research and document HR business processes/procedures. Responsibilities include developing an understanding of the business policies/procedures of the HR functional areas and the requirements for compliance and government regulations; recommending new technologies, new uses of existing technology, and changes to business processes to achieve organizational goals; leading technology projects and applying project management methodology; providing system support to a wide variety of users; analyzing, developing, modifying, maintaining, and documenting database applications that support the processing, workflow, and management of employee data; developing testing plans and coordinating and conducting testing for system support and enhancements; providing hands-on troubleshooting and training to HR staff members; ensuring that the confidentiality of HR data is preserved; and serving as a liaison between HR and other departments/teams/external vendors.
REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree in related field; at least seven years’ relevant business systems analysis experience; commitment to safeguarding confidential data; excellent organizational, analytical, communication, collaboration, and problem resolution skills; ability to fully understand business processes and translate business requirements and regulations to functional and technical solutions; ability to communicate complex ideas to diverse audiences, including writing, presenting, and assessing needs; project management skills; and experience working with cloud applications such as Success Factors. PREFERRED: advanced degree; experience with HR data, systems, and metrics; direct experience with SAP or similar ERP system; and experience in higher education or other large nonprofit. Job #19519-104/20/21