Oracle ERP Business Systems Analyst
City of Miami, FL - Miami, FL

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An employee in this classification provides functional support, analysis of business processes and development of functional requirements in an effort to implement best business practices across the organization utilizing the Oracle enterprise resource planning system (ERP). Work involves ensuring appropriate and efficient utilization of the city’s enterprise resource planning systems and relevant technology. The Oracle ERP Business Systems Analyst is responsible for the documentation, analysis, and design of business processes including but not limited to the following Oracle E-business suite applications: Oracle Financials, Oracle Human Resources Management (HRMS), Oracle Budget and Oracle Procurement. The employee in this position evaluates business requirements, proposes alternatives and implements functional solutions for the aforementioned Oracle Applications. This job is not of a routine clerical or ministerial nature and requires the exercise of independent judgment. The employee may be responsible for directing the activities of subordinates. Reports to the Director of Enterprise Resource Planning or designee.

Essential Functions:
Provides functional expertise and business analysis services for the implementation, modification, and maintenance of the following Oracle applications: Oracle Financials, Oracle Human Resources Management (HRMS), Oracle Budget, and Oracle Procurement. Analyzes department and business needs and utilizes Oracle E-Business tools to implement efficient solutions that meet the goals and objectives. Monitors, analyzes, and ensures data integrity; utilizes various reporting tools to provide accurate data to departments; identifies reports, forms, responsibilities needed to support business needs. Provides guidance on the capabilities of the city’s enterprise resource planning systems and their application in order to ensure compliance with collective bargaining agreements and the City’s policies and procedures; Prepares functional documentation including but not limited to functional requirements, test plans, test scripts, workflow diagrams, and functional guidelines or instructions; enhances existing procedures and processes for retrieval and access of data for departments or specific business units, as appropriate. May be responsible for providing technical direction and coordinating the activities of subordinates participating in the documentation, analysis, and design of business processes; Meets with department managers, technical resources and end users to review existing functionality and feasibility of new enhancements; reviews current data processing procedures, researches alternative solutions to business problems, and develops recommendations. Supports all patching, upgrades and maintenance activities by testing and troubleshooting functional issues. Conducts gap analysis and writes/ maintains functional specifications for new or modified business processes. Performs related work as required.

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Management Information Systems, Computer Sciences, Business Administration, Accounting, Engineering, Mathematics or a closely related field
Five (5) years of experience in analyzing business processes in support of the design, implementation, and maintenance of one of the following Oracle E-business suite applications (version 11i or higher) : Oracle Financials, Oracle Human Resources Management (HRMS), Oracle Budget, Oracle Procurement, Oracle Hyperion Budgeting.
The required five (5) years of experience must also include 2 (two) years of experience in full cycle Oracle E-Business implementations. Higher education degrees are welcomed, however, will not be considered in lieu of meeting the minimum requirements as stated above .

Documentation Requirements:
All documents that you upload as part of your application must be added as separate attachments (e.g. Copy of high school diploma = Attachment 1; copy of driver’s license = Attachment 2)

Applicants must submit or upload and attach copies of the following documents with the application for employment:

Proof of education in the form of college degree. Copy of College degree provided that academic major is stated on the face of the degree. If academic major is not stated on the face of the college degree, unofficial transcripts detailing the major and verification of degree conferred must be submitted. Unofficial transcripts may be sufficient as proof of education for screening purposes, but official transcripts will be required prior to commencement of employment, if selected. Applicants must clearly detail their work experience on the application form; including experience with the required Oracle E-business suite applications and version(s). Applicants that do not clearly describe their work experience on the application form will risk disqualification .
Resumes will not be substituted in lieu of City Miami employment application forms, but may be submitted as supplemental documentation.

If claiming Veteran's Preference, all Forms DD-214, must be submitted with the application. In addition to the Form DD-214, applicants who have been awarded combat campaign/expeditionary medals that are not reflected on the Form DD-214 must submit supplemental documents from the Department of Defense that demonstrates possession of a combat/expeditionary medal, if seeking veteran's preference points. For claiming Disabled Veteran's Preference, a letter from Veteran's Affairs or the Department of Defense dated within one year of the closing date is also needed. Letter of disability must state percentage of disability. Veteran's preference points will be awarded in accordance with F.S.S. 295.

Foreign degrees, certificates or diplomas require transcript evaluations by American colleges, universitities or a NACES approved transcript evaluation service, which determine reciprocity to education in the United States.

In accorandance with APM 3-03 applicants for classified positions who are City of Miami residents and new hires will receive preference in selection from interview ranking bands provided that two (2) of the following documents are submitted with application form, AND AGAIN, at time of interview: utility bill date within 60 days of the date of submission: Florida Driver's License or State-issued Id; Property Tax Statement; Properly Executed Lease Agreement; Homestead Exemption; Motor Vehicle Registration; W-2 (or 1099) Tax Form; OR Official School Records or Transcripts, dated within 90 days of the date of submission. Preference reference for City residents shall not supersede preference awarded to Veterans pursuant to F.S.S. 295, OR Preference given to City of Miami Employees within the same ranking bands.

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