Workday Analyst

31 May 2023
Grand Central, Manhattan


Overview: As the primary backup to the Senior HRIS & Workforce Analyst, provide Workday support throughout the life cycle of a project. Experience in designing, integrating, testing and supporting clients in Workday. Point of contact in the areas of Reporting, Absence, Benefits, Recruitment and Performance management. Trouble-shooting support for functional and technical production issues using case management system. Build reports – basic and advanced. Ensure continuous improvement of integrations and act as a back up for integration troubleshooting and minor enhancements. Act as a backup for management of Workday releases – identifying impact and enhancement opportunities associated with the release and communicating appropriately, design and configuration of these releases. Serve as the lead for projects and set the team direction, coordinate activities across different departments within Corporate Services and assign project tasks to team members. Education: Bachelor’s degree in business, computer science, project or program management, statistics or related discipline preferred. Five plus years relevant experience in lieu of degree is acceptable. Project Management Professional Certification is desirable. Skills: Communicates clearly and concisely, presents ideas in user-friendly language, and has strong presentation and interpersonal skills. Manage projects across multiple departments (Human Resources, Corporate Real Estate & Office of Diversity & Inclusion). Excellent analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities. High proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite of Products including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access. Primary back-up to the Senior Human Resources Information System & Workforce Analyst. Evaluate, analyze, and maintain the Bank’s HRIS. Configure and maintain system business processes, integrations and components related to Human Resources. Test and implement new versions, releases, and fixes to the HR solution platforms based on the Bank’s standard test plans. Technical Skills: Strong technical and working knowledge of Workday. Strong working knowledge of project management techniques. Diversity & Inclusion Data Analyst: Lead in the preparation and submission of timely and accurate quarterly and annual reports to the Bank’s Board of Directors, Senior Management and the Federal Housing finance Board Perform formal quality control and quality assurance of data prior to presentation to various constituents. Performing in-depth data analytics, including quantitative, statistical and comparative analysis, to determine patterns and recognize trends; prepare a variety of reports and presentations for practice groups, administrative departments, management, and clients. Help develop and refine performance metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of activities supporting the Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion Program and Strategic Plan.


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