The Marin County Department of Finance is responsible for the powers and duties of the offices of the auditor, controller, tax collector, treasurer, and public administrator. We serve as a collaborative partner and fiscal advisor to the County government in their consideration of fiscal decisions and planning. We strive to inspire and elevate public trust in County government by safeguarding the County’s financial integrity, advocating and implementing best practices, and ensuring compliance with mandates and fiduciary responsibilities.
ABOUT THE POSITION
There is one (1) Full-time, Fixed-term position that is initially funded for up to 18 months. Please note, this position may end prior to the 18 month term if funding ceases or the work is complete. In addition, this position may continue after one year if funding is renewed or extended.
The Business/ERP Systems Analyst will join the Department of Finance Payroll Division to assist in the post-implementation revisions as well as production support and stabilization of the County’s Tyler Munis, Human Capital Management (HCM) and payroll system modules. Support duties will include:
- Customizing, enhancing, configuring, and maintaining business solutions in the ERP application to meet countywide business requirements and ensure proper integrations.
- Troubleshooting complex issues, identifying problem areas, and coordinating changes to the system set-up and data relationships as needed.
- Tracking and reporting on project status; participating in, verifying and approving acceptance testing; and researching and developing report specifications and designs.
- Testing and validating data within HCM supported systems to maintain data integrity and ensure that system controls and processes meet all internal and external requirements
- Working closely with technical staff and end users to create complex data reports and queries.
- Developing end-user procedural documentation and tutorials, including coordinating end-user and technical staff training and support; and responding to end user questions.
- Analyzing current and future operational business needs and problems in relation to Munis HCM applications.
Most work duties for this position can be performed remotely. However, please note that this position requires that staff be available to report to County facilities as needed.
Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and abilities listed. Typically, equivalent to a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration, computer science, accounting, finance, human resources, payroll, purchasing or a field related to the work and two years of responsible journey level experience in a position that would provide knowledge of ERP systems or related functional business programs, processes and/or operations, including experience in the planning, implementation, oversight and/or utilization of automated information systems and applications used to support departmental activities.