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Senior PeopleSoft Programmer


Do you enjoy making your mark and helping a company grow through your programming capabilities? Are you known for your ability to communicate effectively to end users?  Have you always wanted the opportunity to be more than a system “bug fixer”? If so – this may be the opportunity for you!

Our client, a growing, well-performing organization in Indianapolis, seeks a Senior HRMS Programmer to ensure the HR information system meets and develops with HR business strategy and compliance.  This person will play a pivotal role as a proactive problem solver and critical thinker. 

The successful hire will have the potential to build and enhance system capability and earn an attractive compensation package including $85,000 – 100,000 base annual salary.

The Programmer/Analyst will:

  • Manage the HRMS platform(s) including the review, testing and implementation of HRMS system upgrades or patches. 
  • Analyze and identify business needs to build and support HRIS strategy. Act as an influential leader to help the organization make good decisions regarding systems and their use.  
  • Propose process/customer service improvements, innovative solutions, develop implementation and/or change documents, policy changes and/or major variations from established policy.
  • Collaborate with end-users to write, maintain and support a variety of reports or queries utilizing appropriate reporting tools with a high level of attention to accuracy 
  • Research and resolve HRMS problems, unexpected results or process flaws; perform scheduled activities; recommend solutions or alternate methods to meet requirements

Ideal HRIS Programmer candidates have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related discipline or applicable experience/credentials of expertise
  • 5-7 years of work experience and demonstrated proficiency supporting PeopleSoft HR in both programming and analyst role (SQL, SQR, PeopleCode, Application Engine, Fluid, Cobol, Application Designer)
  • Full working knowledge of PeopleSoft Core HR, Benefits and Payroll processes including data entry of HR and Payroll transactions, pay calculations, tax and benefits, wage and hour laws, etc. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively both with end users and amongst technical staff to help brainstorm and problem solve system developments

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