0932 Manager IV - PeopleSoft Financial Systems Director
|Date Opened||7/18/2018 4:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$62.26 - $79.45/hour; $10,792.00 - $13,771.00/month; $129,506.00 - $165,256.00/year|
|Job Type||Permanent Exempt|
PeopleSoft Financial Systems Director
City Job Class: 0932 Manager IV
PeopleSoft Financials & Supply Chain Management System (FSCM)
Controller’s Office - Systems Division
The Controller’s Office recently completed a successful two-year project to implement PeopleSoft Financial & Supply Chain Management (FSCM) as the City’s new financial and procurement system. The new system replaced FAMIS, the City’s legacy system of financial record and budgetary control, as well as additional functionality residing previously in many ancillary departmental sub-systems. The transformational project implemented 17 modules within the PeopleSoft FSCM suite, as well as Oracle Business Intelligence (BI), as the City’s new data analytics and reporting platform. PeopleSoft FSCM now serves as the City’s core citywide application for the $11 billion budget and is used by 55 departments, 7,000 City employees and upwards to 20,000 suppliers (new bidders and existing suppliers). The new system is fully integrated with the City’s PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) system, successfully implemented in 2012.
In addition to the recently implemented PeopleSoft FSCM and Oracle BI systems, the Controller’s Office also manages the following enterprise-wide systems for the City: PeopleSoft Human Capital Management, PeopleSoft Enterprise Learning Management, Oracle Interaction Hub, Cognos Business Intelligence, and Informatica. For our PeopleSoft systems, we are in the midst of planning an exciting upgrade project to bring us up to the latest version of the application and preparing for new features for our users, our stakeholders and the system support teams. The Controller’s Office recognizes the importance of a strong support team to manage these complex enterprise systems and has therefore built team of over 80 professionals focused in the areas of project management, functional analysis, development, testing, application administration, change management, training and user support. We have a well-supported, well-organized and highly dedicated team.
Management of the PeopleSoft FSCM modules has been separated between a Financial System Director (overseeing all PeopleSoft Financial modules) and a Procurement System Director (overseeing all PeopleSoft Supply Chain modules). We are seeking a dynamic and strategic leader to serve as our new Financial System Director to manage the functional team that supports the following financial modules: General Ledger, Commitment Control, Receivables, Cash Management, Expenses, Project Costing, Grants Management, Accounts Payable, Asset Management, eSettlements and Billing/eBill.
As Financial System Director, you will be responsible for leading a team of functional experts that support our live production environment and continue to deliver new functionality and associated business processes for the City. The financial functional team consists of eleven (11) business analysts, inclusive of three leads responsible for the following functional sub-teams: 1) General Ledger & Asset Management; 2) Projects, Grants, Accounts Receivable; 3) Accounts Payable, Cash, and Expense. The role also has oversight over consulting resources that join the team on an as-needed basis. In addition to functionality and business processes within these modules, the team is responsible for reporting solutions within PeopleSoft as well as the ensuing data passed to Oracle BI for data analytics.
Key responsibilities include:
- Partners and collaborates with the City’s Accounting Operations Director and team, that work with all City departments, along with all City Departmental CFOs, as needed on system and business process issues;
- Leads production support and all projects associated with the PeopleSoft Financial System, including the related data analytics provided in Oracle BI;
- Manages the process to successfully deliver financial system changes as needed for break/fixes, enhancement requests and new projects;
- Continuously manages resource capacity given business partner priorities, ongoing production support needs, and new project demands;
- Creates project work plans and schedules with limited guidance;
- Collaborates with the Procurement System Director to support cross-module consistency and dependencies;
- Collaborates with the Program Management and Service Delivery Director to ensure comprehensive and timely delivery of communications, training programs and overall support to users;
- Collaborates with the Technical Director on all development, system administration, migration, environment and other technical needs;
- Partners with citywide leaders to define business objectives and strategic initiatives, then translates those into holistic system and business process solutions;
- Operates as the key point person for citywide financial innovation and adoption, messaging, and marketing of PeopleSoft Financial System solutions;
- Identifies system and business process best practices and drives standardized fluency and knowledge across all City departments;
- Resolves complex financial issues in collaboration with the internal support teams, business partners and City departments;
- Serves as a financial expert in meetings with internal management, other City financial leaders, contractors, and other stakeholder groups and will work collaboratively with other managers on legislative changes to improve system processes and policies;
- Communicates with Controller’s Office Sr. Management, the Systems Steering Committee, Advisory Boards, Commissions, Departmental CFOs, Stakeholders and the Public as needed;
- Manages and facilitates a monthly SF Financials Advisory Board meeting with membership across multiple City departments;
- Presents business needs and system requirements and recommendations for policy action or resolution;
- Responds to public information requests and provides reports as requested.
- Develops staffing plans, hires and manages staff, and evaluates performance of staff as well as consultants;
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The Minimum Qualification guidelines for management classifications can be referenced here. Please note, additional qualifications (i.e., desirable qualifications) may apply to a particular position and will be stated on the exam/job announcement.
Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university preferably with major coursework in information systems management; computer science; computer information systems; information technology; or business administration; AND,
Six (6) years of progressively increasing project management AND financials experience. This experience must include: three (3) years managing large integrated system functions in a complex organization, AND three (3) years managing and supervising direct report staff.
- Extensive knowledge and experience in managing PeopleSoft Financials & Supply Chain Management systems, including General Ledger, Receivables, Cash Management, Expenses, Project Costing, Grants Management, Accounts Payable, Contracts, Asset Management, eSettlements and Billing/eBill modules
- Experience with Financial Operations, Reporting and Budgets in the public sector;
- Experience with new project implementations and/or upgrades;
- Experience in managing post go-live production support environments;
- Project Management Certification or demonstrated experience in project management;
- Experience in implementing and/or leveraging Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) or other IT service management protocols;
- Five (5) years of progressively increasing management experience in a public or nonprofit organization;
- Demonstrated strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills and abilities;
- Demonstrated experience interacting with internal and external governmental personnel;
- Experience with hiring and managing staff at the project manager and business analyst levels;
- Experience with setting performance standards, creating policies and procedures, and managing the work environment for professional level staff;
- Experience with city, state and/or federal funded financial policies, practices, and requirements;
- Proven ability to interact skillfully and tactfully with all levels of government officials, customers, employees and the public, including the highest levels of organizational leadership and management; and
- Proven ability to plan, organize and direct work of a diverse group of professional subordinates as well as the ability to consistently work productively and professionally under the pressure of critical deadlines when supporting systems implementations and 24/7 operations.
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Management Test Battery: (Pass/Fail)
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Human Resources Director
Department of Human Resources
Recruitment ID Number: PEX-0932-088528
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