Job Description :
Role: Peoplesoft HCM
Location – NYC, NY

Description
Minimum of six years of PeopleSoft Core HR, Payroll, TAM/CG, and eApplications experience.
Experience with PeopleSoft 9.2 or higher.
Experience in the Higher Education Industry.
Minimum three years in version 9.2 Upgrade and implementation experience.
Ability to work on all project phases of a project—particularly Project Initiation, and also including Fit/Gap Analysis, Setup, Development and Testing.
Solid understanding of PeopleSoft Core HR, Payroll, TAM/CG and eApplications setup tables and reporting.
Solid understanding of integration of all modules.
Solid understanding of processing requirements for PeopleSoft Core HR, Payroll, TAM/CG, and eApplications.
Expert knowledge in PeopleSoft Core HR, TAM/CG and eApplications.
Proven business knowledge as well as PeopleSoft Core HR, TAM/CG and eApplications specific functional knowledge.
Experience working with a multi-institutional environment.
Provide PeopleSoft functional and technical services by acting as subject matter expert and leading CUNY through the entire systems development lifecycle for PeopleSoft Core HR, TAM/CG, Payroll, and eApplications.
Serve as a technical and functional expert in PeopleSoft 9.2 for all areas as mentioned above.
Work on all project phases, especially project initiation and initial steps for a 9.2 upgrade. This also includes fit/gap, configuration, development, and testing.
Assist CUNY in fully integrating the PeopleSoft Core HR, Payroll, TAM/CG, and eApplications system into its current business environments and provide input on best practices.
Advise CUNYon options, risks, and any impacts on other processes or systems.
Configure the PeopleSoft Core HR, TAM/CG, Payroll, and eApplications system to meet CUNY’s unique business requirements.
Complete tasks efficiently and in a timely manner.
Report progress to CUNY management and project managers.
Continually seek ways to improve the process of delivering PeopleSoft Core HR, Payroll, TAM/CG, and eApplications solutions.
Share knowledge to continually improve implementation methodology.