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Theresource will report to the Manager, Financial Operations Technology to supportFinancial Operations of Americas (FOA) and Corporate Real Estate (CRE)technology platforms and their associated roadmap of projects. The resourcewill work closely with FOA and CRE business unit, Finance Technology team andother technology groups to develop solutions and implementation of solutions tomeet the business requirements. The position will be responsible for evaluatingand implementing technology changes that enhance and increase the efficienciesof the tax and transfer pricing teams
TheFOA and CRE platforms and processes support procurement to pay, contractmanagement, expense processing, and corporate real estate processing. The candidate should have a strongunderstanding of procure to pay, contracts, expense, and CRE solutions,processes and experience with applications supporting these functions.
Thecandidate should be able to successfully lead a team of resources in support ofboth a project and production environment. The candidate should have the demonstrated ability to work effectivelyin a self-directed environment, taking initiative and proactively improvingprocesses. The candidate is expected todemonstrate strong verbal and analytical skills in order to take a lead role insupporting this function from a technology perspective.
PrimaryResponsibilities:Manage all IT related FOA and CRE requirements Point person for all FOA and CRE support processes Coordinates all Enterprise Change Management related tasks Coordinates access user access management requests Updates standard operating procedures and security access procedures as needed Maintains user access controls and participates in SOX system walkthroughs Coordinates software certifications Perform system analysis and design in support of FOA and CRE systems and other reporting requirements Leads in defining user requirements using various tools or JAD sessions; produce technical documentation in accordance with SDLC guidelines Integrate with MUB Data Management Office, Finance and Risk DMO to ensure continuity and consistency of data integrity and data quality across all Finance technology platforms and solutions. Influences business users in redefining business processes to maximize application usage as required. Recommends "builds" only for differentiation. Manage technology project delivery; addressing risks and issues through effective contingency plans and proper escalation. Provide functional support to the technical team in systems development and act as a liaison between end users and the technical team members. Provide technical expertise on overall architecture and strategy of the Procurement and CRE systems Participate in and help lead change management activities associated with the automation of Finance processes and systems. Partner with management, project champions, and process owners to align process improvement initiatives with business objectives.
AdditionalResponsibilities:Review analysis and design done by systems personnel, provide guidance and solution direction. Reviews, advises and designs standard software and hardware builds, system options, risks, costs versus benefits and impact on the enterprise business process and goals. Develops programming standards and procedures as well as programming architectures for code reuse. Recommends system improvements, new applications and develops plans to improve service. Prepares project schedules and budget estimates. Qualifications:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level ofwork being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustivelist of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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