UKG/Kronos Consultant - Project Based (1099)


PREDICTIVEHR is a solutions platform that offers a holistic approach to HR consulting and Technology. Combining years of practitioner research to develop unparalleled HR business partners, we’ve built cutting-edge solutions for their clients, and when combined, create a powerful offering the Big 4 cannot match. We are proud of making INC 5000 fastest growing companies!


Job Summary:

As a UKG/Kronos Consultant you will work closely with our elite clients to gather business requirements to design / configure solutions to meet those requirements within the application. Drawing on extensive workforce management business practices across a number of industries. You will interpret client needs and provide the necessary road map for successful project implementation and on-going functionality.




  • Provides subject matter expertise, leadership and recommendations to clients regarding application problems and solutions
  • Holds accountability with clients and manages their expectations, ensuring they align with the Statement of Work (SOW)
  • Guides clients through detailed discovery sessions surrounding Kronos application capabilities to identify and document client requirements, customizations and impact evaluations
  • Analyzes client needs and designs and develops solutions based on requirements and discussions
  • Configures the application and workflows alongside the client and per their specifications
  • Executes Unit and Integration testing before delivering developed solutions
  • Troubleshoots and resolves application-level problems
  • Execute detailed and thorough documentation
  • Lead projects and weekly progress meeting with your assigned clients
  • Communicate with and update project management regarding client work status/tasks, challenges, and assistance needed
  • Consistently participate in on-going educational classes and seminars to improve and enhance skill set 

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience implementing Kronos Workforce Central (v6.0 & up), Workforce Dimensions, or ADP eTIME solutions
  • Kronos customization, configuration, and implementation experience in three or more of the following modules: Timekeeper,
  • Advanced Scheduler, Attendance, Leave, Activities, Accruals, Attestation, Analytics, Workforce Device Manager, Forecasting, Mobile/ Tablet, and/ or Record Manager
  • Thorough understanding of implementation life cycle components, including: Ability to identify problems, gather requirements, conduct analysis and provide accurate solutions
  • Ability to work independently without daily supervision as well as multitask between different projects and clients
  • Experience working in complex business environments and on high-pressure, fast-paced projects in a collaborative team setting
  • Excellent and creative problem-solving skills and analytical skills
  • Proven Client Leadership skills including conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent communication and professional presentation skills
  • Effective meeting management skills
  • Willingness and ability to travel if needed (no more than 30% of the time)
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience preferred



  • Knowledge of SQL relational database management systems and experience in designing, developing/ scripting and testing interfaces in Workforce Integration Manager (WIM)
  • Experience upgrading Kronos/ ADP eTIME database from one version to another
  • Kronos Advanced Scheduler for Retail or Healthcare customization, configuration and implementation experience.
  • Custom report development skills.
  • International exposure on a WFM implementation
  • Experience with HRMS/ HRIS configuration and solution concepts such as: Payroll, Benefits, Entitlements, Compensation, Leave Management, etc.


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