JDE Business Developer/Analyst

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Client is looking for JDE Business Developer/Analyst in Lake Oswego, OR. This is a full time permanent position. The Salary range is DOE.
Were looking for a dynamic individual to join the nations leading and largest provider of Independent Retirement Living, Holiday Retirement. The JDE Business Analyst provides Finance and Accounting subject matter expertise and is responsible for leading projects and providing support for the JDE EnterpriseOne financial applications. The position reports to the Director of IT and will work with IT, business leaders, and end users to implement projects and resolve issues from concept through implementation.
Supports JDE EnterpriseOne Financial Applications, especially Property Management, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
Configures applications to support business requirements
Prepares documentation to support process, functional, and technical specifications
Works collaboratively with business, IT, and consultant teams to analyze requirements, propose and execute solutions
Works closely with business managers and users to understand their processes and procedures
Qualifications and Skills
7+ years of experience as a Business Systems Analyst or similar roles with strengths in gathering requirements
Strong functional knowledge and experience with JDE Accounting applications, processes and best practices
Experience with property management or hospitality environments preferred
Experience with at least one JD Edwards upgrade preferred
Demonstrated mastery of JD Edwards file-layouts and structures, forms, interface techniques and business views
Working knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and SAS70 audit requirements
Solid experience with typical JD Edwards implementation methodologies
Strong background in web-based applications and web technologies
Knowledge of SharePoint preferred

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