Performs professional and technical work managing or leading medium to large scale Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) projects through the system project life cycle. Works on complex business problems, analyzing and evaluating current business methods and procedures for improvements. May provide overall project management for a given Human Resources initiative. May serve as a team leader for lower level HRIS staff.
Work is performed under minimal direction as an internal subject matter expert in one or more related business processes. Work requires independent judgment and is performed under the general supervision of the HRIS Project Administrator.
Representative Duties /Assignments
◾Ensures consistent application of Human Resources’ vision, polices, and key strategic initiatives and, adherence/compliance with all federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations and policies that pertain to the area of expertise/responsibility.
◾Acts as an Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) project team leader to plan, test and implement new and revised HRIS system upgrades and enhancements.
◾Consults with functional experts in county departments to develop implementation strategy, taking into consideration department specific needs and overall project goals.
◾Plans, structures and organizes work following established HRIS project methods and processes determining work priorities in accordance with overall project plan, time sensitivity, changing work demands, and Orange County’s policies and practices.
◾Determines security access, evaluates data conversion and conducts data validation to ensure system accuracy, quality and efficiency of HRIS, document management systems or third-party software during system upgrades.
◾Reviews existing systems, initiates application development and process improvements in areas assigned.
◾Develops and defines logical coding methodologies for relational database tables.
◾Identifies and investigates procedural problems, issues, and circumstances and provides recommendations for resolution.
◾Documents and reports on the use of new or enhanced HRIS techniques, methods, processes and practices.
◾Conducts system audits; verifies accuracy of new or revised HRIS components, methods and processes.
◾Designs, develops and delivers technical training to other County employees. Coordinates training program content and delivery with HRIS Training Support Team for current, new and enhanced HRIS procedures.
◾Participates in strategic HRIS short and long range planning.
◾Designs and develops complex business reporting and analysis through generated reports from databases using ad hoc queries and reporting tools.
◾Develops and runs audits of HRIS system to ensure accuracy of data entry by HRIS production team.
◾Makes corrections to data entry errors in HRIS system and clearly documents all changes.
◾Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and four years of professional level HRIS development, system functional support or implementation experience; or a Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Information Systems, Computer Science or related information technology field may be substituted for up to two years of the required experience.
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, Management Information Systems, Computer Science, or related information technology field.
Experience with PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System and/or KRONOS.
Professional certification in a human resources, information technology or project management.
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