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HSS, Inc. Full-Time Senior HRIS Analyst - Remote From Colorado in Denver, Colorado

Requisition Number:21-16665Position Title: POSITION SUMMARY The Senior HRIS Analyst role plays a critical role in implementing and then maintaining a new HRIS system for the Company. This role willensure current and future functionality exists to support the Talent and Culture team, business processes, support changesin structure and new business initiatives while providing meaningful reports and insight for business consumption. This rolewill collaborate with various internal stakeholders such as IT, business leaders and be the main point of contact for ourHRIS partner. This role will ensure the right solutions are developed and implemented to meet evolving business needs. This rolewill also support Talent and Culture/Payroll teams by auditing for data accuracy, generating standard reports on aregular basis, and is able to build and deploy custom reports as needed. The Senior HRIS Analyst will manage small to large sizeprojects with little direction from the manager and acts as an HRIS expert on other non -- HR business projects as needed. ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILTIES Serve as primary HRIS contact for internal stakeholders such as HR andPayroll team members along with HRIS vendors. Manage system functionality for core HR/Benefits/Payroll system, UKGHRIS, and iCIMS recruiting database. Partnering with Benefits Administrator, resolve any benefits carrier EDIfile issues in a timely manner. Review and audit HR data for accuracy. Make recommendations to HR/Payrollteams on corrections as needed. Create new reports, complex queries, adjust existing BusinessInsight reports as needed, based on requests, and provide scheduled reporting to other business leaders. Troubleshoot system errors and issues as they arise and assess options for resolution. Test and implement a solution. Reviews system releases to analyze the impact on current systemconfiguration, make recommendations on new functionality as needed. Update currentfunctionality/configuration to accommodate business needs. Gather functional requirements for new system enhancements, work withbusiness owners to ensure that their requirements are fully documented, work with vendors on implementing, testingsolution. Implement changes in a production environment. Lead small to large size HRIS projects with little or no direction from themanager; participate as HRIS team member on other non-HR business projects as needed. Train end-users on system functionality and create written documentation for distribution, knowledge sharing. Other job duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree in human resources management or a related field orequivalent professional experience. Minimum of 5 years' experience in HRIS experience and at least two years inBenefits and/or payroll processes. Experience implementing an HRIS system is required. Demonstratable hands-on experience with HRIS/Payroll systems, experience with iCIMS preferred; experience with large-scale HRISapplications such as UKG, WorkDay, PeopleSoft, Oracle, and others can act as substitutes for preferred applications. Highly analytical with the ability to process large quantities of data and synthesize business insights from the data. Ability to work independently and proactively. Ability to exercise leadership, self-initiative, and sound judgment. Collaborative professional with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Highly proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite PHYSICAL DEMANDS and WORK ENVIRONMENT While performing the duties of this position, individuals may be required to sit for extended periods usingcomputer and telephone equipment in a typical office setting. May also spend time walking and standing. May lift and carry up to50lbs. Will use a normal range of vision, hearing, and speaking.

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