Senior oracle financial business analyst

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Diamond Resorts International
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THE SENIOR ORACLE FINANCIAL BUSINESS ANALYST serves as a senior functional ERP consultant supporting the Oracle financials R12, assessment and implementation functional tasks and performs in that role with minimal direction. Understands configuration and integration between major functional areas. Translates customer requirements into a best fit within the application, and develops processes and documentation that support the SDLC(BR100). Contributes to the overall strategic vision, and integrates a broad range of ideas regarding implementation and support. Undertakes implementation and support projects involving single disciplines and may impact multiple business units. Documents system processes and requirements traceability.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience required. Minimum 6+ year's functional knowledge and experience in Oracle financials 11I to R12 implementations required. Specialized experience required in one or more of the following module groups: GL/PO/AP/CM/AR/. Significant BR 100 experience required. Knowledge of standard Microsoft software applications, i.e. WORD, EXCEL, MICROSOFT PROJECT.
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