Functional (with Technical) PeopleSoft

Company Name:
SBHIR Consulting
Functional (with Technical) PeopleSoft Financials and SCM, Permanent, VA, USA
Our client is seeking a Senior PeopleSoft Functional Financials and Supply Chain Management (SCM) Subject Matter Expert with proven experience on the full capability of PeopleSoft Finance/SCM application with emphasis on General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Billing, Purchasing, eProcurement, Grants and Asset Management to work with multiple teams composed of business and technical analysts to support PeopleSoft Financials/SCM 8.4 system. The ideal candidate with have miniimum of 10 years working in a functional/business analyst role supporting financial systems, combined minimum of 7 years of operational experience with PeopleSoft Financials/SCM versions 8.4 through 9.1; 6 + years proven ERP system implementation experience; 2+ full PeopleSoft Financials/SCM Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) implementations and/or upgrades; Worked as Financials Functional Lead 2+ implementation and/or upgrade projects; Exemplified superior knowledge in understanding of business requirements, processes and implementation approaches for four or more of the following PeopleSoft Financials/SCM modules: GL, AP, AR, Billing, Purchasing, eProcurement, Grants and AM; Experience with workflow approval configuration and processing; Working knowledge of project management principles and techniques; Superior technical proficiency in developing user reports with nVision; Superior technical proficiency with SQL and PS/Query for reviewing data, troubleshooting and testing/validating source system data. Please provide updated resume.

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