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Work you'll do/Responsibilities
Implement Oracle EPBCS Solution for financial planning, workforce planning and project financial planning
Business Requirement gathering and user story preparation, Design of the solution per user stories Preparation of design document and technical specifications
Configuration of EPBCS Financials, Workforce and Projects modules as per business requirements and design.
Finance & Enterprise Performance Our Finance & Enterprise Performance team works as a trusted advisor to CFOs, COOs, CIOs, and key executives. We advise, implement and deliver on premise and as-a-service technology solutions, helping our clients develop strategies and capabilities to support enterprise-wide decision-making, improve finance operations, and create impact within their organization.
5 years professional experience in Oracle EPBCS implementation
3 to 5 EPBCS full life cycle implementations
Minimum 5 years of experience in Hyperion Planning or Oracle PBCS / EPBCS
Configuration of EPBCS Financials, Workforce and Projects modules as per business requirements and design
Perform Unit Testing, SIT and resolve defects
Coordinate UAT and resolve defects
Perform cut-over activities and provide post production support after go-live
Perform data validation
Prepare and provide training to end users
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, or related IT discipline; or equivalent experience
Limited Sponsorship: Limited immigration sponsorship may be available.
Travel up to 25% (While 25% of travel is a requirement of the role, due to COVID-19, non-essential travel has been suspended until further notice.)
General understanding of public sector planning and budgeting concepts
Extensive hands-on experience in developing the Oracle EPBCS Planning Forms, Scripts and Business Rules
Internal Number: 14420332
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