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HR Systems Innovation, Roadmap & Release Management Consulta

at Regions Bank in Augusta, Maine, United States

Job Description

Thank you for your interest in a career at Regions. At Regions, we believe associates deserve more than just a job. We believe in offering performance-driven individuals a place where they can build a career - a place to expect more opportunities. If you are focused on results, dedicated to quality, strength and integrity, and possess the drive to succeed, then we are your employer of choice.

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Job Description:

At Regions, the Human Resources Information Systems Consultant uses their extensive knowledge of Human Resources (HR) systems and the Human resources Information Systems (HRIS) field to recommend and implement effective and scalable solutions to stakeholder requests and can bring forth new ideas and identify ways to improve processes. The HRIS Consultant works with all stakeholders of any project or initiative and is responsible for managing complex or sensitive HRIS projects through effective planning, requirements-gathering, designing, scoping, estimating, configuring, test scenario developing/coordinating, and deploying. Provides guidance and oversight to HRIS Analysts to carry out configuration and testing. Associates at this level are subject matter experts and should be proactive in recognizing important trends that will affect the client and/or project initiatives and be able to communicate these trends to prepare the client to meet new challenges. This position will collaborate with the Mergers & Acquisitions team in ensuring an orderly integration of acquired businesses, with a large focus on Workday, associate information, and other related Human Resources systems.

Primary Responsibilities

+ Consults with business stakeholders to understand their needs and makes expert recommendations for the best practice and scalable use across a range of HR Systems, processes, and functional areas

+ Demonstrates ability to independently perform advanced foundational, functional, and security configuration in HRIS Systems

+ Adept at utilizing vendor community and other resources to answer advanced questions, solve problems and make advanced system configuration recommendations

+ Demonstrates advanced understanding and provides support of HRIS cross-functional areas such as security, business processes, data structures/importing and reporting

+ Demonstrates advanced knowledge of several HR functional disciplines and their corresponding system framework

+ Uses understanding of functional area disciplines and leverages strong presentation and communication skills, demonstrates ability to work with stakeholders to develop project scopes and manage projects to successful completion

+ Monitors information needs and designs new or modifies existing systems to meet changing requirements

+ Serves as liaison with information systems staff in resolving programming and related problems

+ Performs system maintenance and collaborates with functional and technical staff to coordinate application upgrades

+ Focuses on product and service development, delivery and support, and applying key technologies

+ Writes, maintains, and supports a variety of reports, queries, or condition rules

+ Leads projects that may span across multiple organization areas and levels, and has accountability for ongoing activities or objectives

+ Solves complex problems and takes a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions – effectively leveraging internal and external resources when needed

+ Leads or directs colleagues

+ Develops procedural documentation and job aids and may provide oversight to team members on documentation development

+ Seeks opportunities internally and externally to grow professionally within the HRIS Analyst discipline

+ Performs with only high level/strategic guidance from HRIS leaders

+ Reviews and recommends effective processes for audit controls; provides oversight to others to ensure adherence to audit controls

+ Provides expertise and leads HRIS M&A projects

+ Recommends new equipment or software in support of objectives

+ Collaborates with leaders and cross-functional teams in maintaining a M&A HRIS integration workstream from pre-due diligence to final harmonization

+ Provides updates to stakeholders on status of HRIS integrations, fielding feedback and making changes where necessary

+ Assists leadership in evaluating the HR data risk and implications of proposed M&A deals

+ Progression to this level is typically restricted on the basis of business requirement

This position is exempt from timekeeping requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act

Requirements

+ High School Diploma or GED

+ Demonstrates knowledge and ability typical of an individual with nine (9) years of experience in HRIS or related systems administration/configuration, project management and consultative role; or Support/configuration in complex HRM systems and projects such as systems migrations

Preferences

+ Bachelor’s degree – focus on HR Discipline

+ HR Certification

+ Experience with Mergers & Acquisitions and integrations of HR systems

+ Project management experience

Skills and Competencies

+ Ability to efficiently learn new systems when necessary

+ Ability to establish and meet deadlines across simultaneous assignments

+ Ability to identify needs and propose effective and scalable solutions

+ Advanced ability to research, analyze data, and derive data-driven solutions

+ Advanced time management and organizational Skills -

+ Business acumen

+ Effective critical thinking and problem solving

+ Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to influence others

+ Excellent oral and written communication skills – ability to communicate complex information

+ Excellent presentation/demonstration skills

+ Excellent project and meeting facilitation/management

+ Expertise within the HR Discipline; Recognized Subject Matter Expert

+ Personal leadership skills – ability to champion for a team environment

+ Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)

Additional Job Description

Additional Responsibilities

+ Responsible for tracking Technology Portfolio systems roadmap

+ Project Manage system release cycles & new feature prioritization

+ Partner with HR COEs for new technology analysis & adoption

Position Type

Full time

Compensation Details

Pay ranges are job specific and are provided as a point-of-market reference for compensation decisions. Other factors which directly impact pay for individual associates include: experience, skills, knowledge, contribution, job location and, most importantly, performance in the job role. As these factors vary by individuals, pay will also vary among individual associates within the same job.

The target information listed below is based on the national range and level of the position.

Job Range Target:

Minimum:

$75,270.00 USD

Median:

$144,970.00 USD

Incentive Pay Plans:

This job is not incentive eligible.

Benefits Information

Regions offers a benefits package that is flexible, comprehensive and recognizes that “one size does not fit all” for associates. Listed below is

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Job Posting: JC207191356

Posted On: Mar 12, 2022

Updated On: Aug 06, 2022