Peoplesoft Human Resource IT Architect
July 26, 2016
Critical trends are driving significant changes in workforce management with talent being a strategic priority, emerging technologies (cloud, mobile, social becoming pervasive), employees demanding a greater level of engagement and organizations looking to explicitly link HR process to business performance with analytics. IBM's Talent & Change consulting services help clients build a smarter, more connected workforce with offerings that align to the CHRO priorities and the challenges of buyers from across the C-Suite. If you are ready for the challenge and excitement this growth area offers, we want to talk to you!

As a Human Resource IT Architect you'll team with some of the best minds in the industry to create innovative high quality solutions focused on clients' business needs. You'll do this using your knowledge and expertise to design and model processes, develop solutions, and integrate them with applications.

The Human Resource IT Architect is responsible for:

Managing at least one migration project using the proposed HR systems solution. 

 Having deep knowledge of ERP platform(s) architecture (in general) and functional knowledge of following sub-disciplines: HR; proven ability to apply this knowledge within a business context, while supporting the operational needs of the business 
d. Must be adept at communicating with non-technical shop floor business personnel. Adheres to internal procedures and suggests improvements if needed. A strong sense of teamwork is a must.

A little about us:
IBM is the world’s largest information technology company with more than 360,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries.

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