Hyperion Administrator /Financial Reporting (4460222)

Pay Rate:80.00-100.00
The Hyperion Administrator / Financial Reporting role will serve as the supplemental support person, and subject matter expert, for Hyperion Financial Report Studio development and Hyperion Essbase systems Analyst ( v. Responsibilities include: Development, Maintenance, governance, testing, troubleshooting, and process administration functions required to support the enterprise wide reporting environment on a daily basis.
The position is expected to build and maintain effective working relationships with the Financial Reporting and FP&A teams to which they support, along with the internal and external IT resources supporting the systems in use. In addition to the daily administrative duties associated with this role, this position is also responsible for identifying enhancement opportunities to the Hyperion Reporting Environment and proactively take the steps necessary to see them through to Production.
Knowledge and Skills Required:
o 5+ years Hyperion Report Studio and Essbase administration experience.
o Very strong preference for experience administering v11.1.2.3+.
o Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
o Excellent project planning and resource coordination experience.
o Excellent documentation skills required.
o Must be comfortable interacting with management of all levels.
o Able to participate in project work as both a SME and performer.
o Microsoft Office expertise, especially with Excel.
o Strong multi-tasking and time management skills.
Education, Training &/or Certification:
Bachelor's degree required in Finance, MIS, Accounting, Computer Science or a related field.
Hours:9:00am to 5:30pm
Temporary position may go permanent.

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