The Functional Analyst of Curriculum and Scheduling manages and administers the Campus Solutions (CS) PeopleSoft system for the Academic Affairs division. Individuals in this position are expected to maintain expertise in PeopleSoft and other relational systems and work directly with Academic Affairs leaders at the college on the programming, setup, and management of the PeopleSoft CS modules for Curriculum and Scheduling. Individuals in this position lead setup, management of updates, running and coordinating processes, and conducting testing and quality assurance on systems and processes. This position will include responsibilities directly related to the areas of PS Course Catalog, Class Scheduling, Student Enrollment, and Academic Advisement Reports (AARs).
Advises Curriculum Services and divisional leadership on policies and procedures to identify new and innovative means to improve the efficiency and productivity of the CS Curriculum and Scheduling modules.Maintains expert-level knowledge and ability in the initial setup, ongoing analysis and programming, and overall status in the assigned area(s) of the PeopleSoft CS modules.Performs applications design and configuration, including functional security coordination for CS Course Catalog and Scheduling.Analyzes information and functionality within PeopleSoft CS to facilitate the management of data pertaining to Curriculum and Scheduling.Troubleshoots system issues and documents processes for future problem solving in CS Curriculum and Scheduling modules.Assists in the maintenance of tracking and issue logging related to Curriculum and Scheduling module activities.Provides input on functional/technical specifications for reporting, interfaces and customizations. Assesses, evaluates, and implements functionality of the PeopleSoft system; coordinates the automation of processes, data management, running and building reports and queries.Coordinates identification of needs and development of documentation for new and existing systems and functionality in the Curriculum Services area.Performs business analysis, including BPA and BPR (business process automation and business process reengineering). Refines and clarifies business requirements.Provides knowledge of end-user needs, business processes, business procedures, etc.Develops business specifications (e.g., for required customizations).Assists Curriculum Services/Academic Affairs leadership in the development and implementation of business processes, process workflow, planning and updates, and system security by monitoring all processes to better the efficiency and service of the Curriculum Services.Assists the Campus Solutions Core Project Lead in working with business process owners to ensure that the design and scope is, and remains consistent with, functional expectations and priorities as related to the Campus Solutions.Provides input to the organization change management team to update business processes and documentation.Provides input to the Campus Solutions Core Project Lead in recommending business solutions and alternatives for best practices and relatedcompliance projects.Provides input in the development of CS test scripts for utilization prior to implementation as well as during system maintenance and updates by executing test scripts, tracking defects, and reportingtest results.Works directly with the other functional departments, divisional leadership and individual stakeholders in Liberal Arts and Sciences, Baccalaureate Career Technical Education, Institutional Effectiveness, State Reporting, Academic Operations, Student Records, Financial Aid, and Information Technology to ensure functional interactions and effective policies, processes, and practices that communicate and correlate with all affected and interested areas.Assists Academic Affairs leadership in overseeing the integrity of all Curriculum and Scheduling systems and critical interfaces in and out of the Oracle database.Acts as a subject matter expert on PeopleSoft CS Curriculum and Scheduling solutions with both internal stakeholders in Curriculum Services and interested members of the broader college community. Provides input on the end-user training strategy and delivers such training to Curriculum Services team members on the effective, efficient practices for Course Catalog input.Develops and delivers standard work and training documents related to the CS Curriculum and Scheduling modules.
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