Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Business Analyst-MyTime/Kronos.
In this role, the successful candidate in this position will be responsible for auditing/reviewing MyTime/Kronos activities, such as any new or lingering system issues from departments, implementing and testing on system changes. Ensure compliance with policies and procedures, as well as keeping policies and procedures for this area current creating new policies or updating existing as needed. This role will work closely with the Associate Director of Payroll and MyTime Systems team to support new and existing processes and systems initiatives, and to drive continuous process improvement. The ideal candidate will have a leadership ability that is open and can guide a fast paced changing environment. They should have the ability to foster relationships by establishing and working collaboratively with other teams and payroll business partners.
Review timecard data to ensure that procedures are being followed, including but not limited to Attestation, missed punches, excessive overtime.
Monitor Employee attestation, follow up with leadership on rejected status, partner with Labor Relations on escalations.
Review Timecard data for compliance and to identify trends that warrant further examination.
Review/Audit Timecards for proper approvals, follow up and escalate for areas not in compliance with NYULMC Timecard approval policies.
Responsible for establishing time and attendance operating polies and procedures, documentation of these policies and distribution.
Create and maintain a Payroll/MyTime knowledgebase by building FAQs.
Develop and maintain reports and present data analysis on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
Create and present Metrics on common MyTime/Kronos processes and issues identified.
Audit MyTime/Kronos to ensure employees are set up in the correct payrules based on their position/job code pay policy.
Audit MyTime/Kronos to ensure employees are scheduled according to their PS base hours, follow up with schedulers/timekeepers where inconsistencies occur.
Identify data integrity issues, partner with MyTime/Kronos systems team to troubleshoot and resolve.
Additional Position Specific Responsibilities: Lead and execute continuous process improvement while driving to common business practices and policies across the organization. Monitor, update and enforce Payroll policies and procedures related to MyTime/Kronos. Participates in evaluation and redesign, as necessary, of internal processes. Efficiently organizes and manages tasks/projects. Assists in fostering a partnership between Payroll and its customers to improve customer relations, service and process. Communicates clearly and concisely with customers in a professional and timely manner. Demonstrates creative thinking when seeking alternative solutions to process challenges and issues. Respects and maintains confidentiality of all information within NYUHC. Requirements Include: Extensive knowledge of the MyTime/Kronos system. Prior experience within MyTime/Kronos Time and Attendance. Excellent communication skills. Skilled at working within a team-oriented, collaborative environment Must possess the ability to resolve complex problems, utilize Excel, and meet established deadlines. Ability to coordinate and schedule activities effectively and efficiently
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Bachelors degree preferred FPC or CPP preferred, and a minimum of four (4) years of related Kronos experience.
Preferred Qualifications: The MyTime/Kronos Analyst should exhibit sound knowledge of the MyTime/Kronos Attestation process and Pay Policies component. In addition, he/she should have a robust understanding of pay practices/polices for union and non-union employees. The MyTime/Kronos Analyst should have subject matter analytical ability to address matters of moderate to high complexity related to Payroll Policies and MyTime Configuration. A penchant for creative problem solving and troubleshooting is preferred. The MyTime/Kronos Analyst must have strong written and verbal communication skills and should proactively monitor customer satisfaction and the quality of the services provided. He/she should demonstrate skills to meet and exceed the needs of his/her customers
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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