Box is looking for a Sr. Business Analyst - Workday to join our Enterprise Systems team. In this role, you will be working with business leaders and collaborating with our Enterprise Systems team by utilizing your technical expertise and business insights.  You will also be working closely with our People, Benefits & Payroll team to plan, design and build optimal solutions for our backend office systems and applications. An ideal candidate will have exceptional analytical, communication, and problem solving skills and be comfortable interacting with all levels or organizations, including Executive Management.  
In this role you must also have interest in working on a range of different types of SaaS enterprise systems, business process improvements, and must have a background that demonstrates that capability.  The Sr.Business Analyst - Workday will interact frequently with senior management in this role and must become a trusted thought partner to their teams.
  • Work closely with business partners in the People and Benefits team to define requirements and ensure that solutions deliver best-in-class results and efficient business processes
  • Manage HR technology projects end-to-end: developing requirements, designing functional solutions and prototypes, testing, & training plans. Ensure projects are completed with agreed upon scope, on time, within budget
  • Strong knowledge of HR and Benefits business processes in the employee lifecycle
  • Capable business architect for Workday business processes, configuration and reporting
  • Expert at communicating features, benefits, strengths and gaps in Workday HCM
  • Reliable curator of plans, designs and the plan of record for business configuration
  • Design and support automated processes in the HRIS systems and related integrations 
  • Understand and implement Workday functionality and business process configuration options to offer thought leadership for impactful, effective, and efficient solutions
  • Serve as first point of contact for all internal-customer facing HRIS/HCM, Benefits systems
  • Enhance data integrity through effective design, maintenance and security in the HRIS systems
  • Accountability for the evaluation, design, implementation and ongoing technical support for Workday
  • Manage, document and report on system quality and program standards in order to meet compliance and business objectives
  • Partner with business unit executives to identify opportunities for process improvement and efficiency
  • Define and maintain business systems roadmap to ensure long-term alignment with business processes
  • Share People technology best practices and changing technologies to make recommendations for enhancements and help define HRIS road map
  • Lead testing efforts associated with Workday’s bi-annual “update” cycle 
  • 4-year degree from top-tier university with strong academic performance
  • 5 years of Workday experience
  • Experience configuring & supporting Workday business process in any key functional areas including HCM, Benefits, Talent, Compensation, Workforce Planning, Scorecards, Payroll, etc
  • Demonstrated application and implementation of complex Workday system implementations
  • Extensive technical knowledge of implementing Workday and integrating with other applications/systems
  • Experience in building on-boarding, performance reviews, benefits administration, compensation plans, etc. within Workday
  • Strong technical knowledge of cloud technologies, integration, and security requirements for HRIS/HCM systems
  • High-functioning working knowledge of People & Benefits processes
  • 2-4 years of experience in a highly analytical systems role
  • Experience working in a systems implementation practice, management consulting firm, or high-growth environment is a plus
  • A successful track record of strong project management skills and high level of attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to work with partners of diverse backgrounds both in and outside of the organization
  • Presentations to senior and executive management a strong plus
  • Must exhibit strong security and confidentiality practices
  • Passion for cloud technologies

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