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  • The Information Services (IS) Department at Dana-Farber is committed to providing high-quality information technology solutions to satisfy clinical, business, and research needs that support the mission of Dana-Farber. The Information Services staff members at Dana-Farber are dedicated to serving all of Dana-Farber's technological needs. Our department has approximately 150 staff members and we support a wide range of systems at Dana-Farber.

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  • UKG Timekeeping Analyst - (3204143)

    Reporting to the Manager of Business Applications in the MGB Digital department, the Timekeeping Analyst is a member of the team responsible for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s (DFCI) workforce management technology. This role leads the delivery of high-quality, sustainable, and scalable solutions for DFCI’s UKG (Kronos) Workforce Dimensions platform.

    Considered an expert on pay rules for the Institute, the Timekeeping Analyst partners closely with functional owners and those groups utilizing the application products to understand workflows and business processes. This role will represent and contribute heavily to the Workforce Dimensions platform, leading solution planning, system design/build, testing, and troubleshooting as the UKG timekeeping SME with cross-training in advanced scheduling. Our team emphasizes continuous improvement, customer focus, and excellence in a collaborative environment that empowers the Institute to achieve its business goals.

    PeopleSoft Engineer I - (3197595)

    Reporting to the Manager of Business Applications in the Information Services department, the Software Engineer I is a member of the team responsible for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s (DFCI) financial, human capital and supply chain applications. This role plays a significant role in the delivery of high-quality, sustainable, and scalable solutions for DFCI’s PeopleSoft ERP platform while adhering to enterprise development standards.

    Considered a technical expert in the PeopleSoft development toolset, the software engineer is focused on leading the technical analysis, design and implementation of enhancements and integrations to the PeopleSoft platform. This role will represent and contribute heavily to the Finance business areas (PO, AP, GL, Billing, Grants Management) and will have a solid understanding of both the technology and business processes in this domain. Our team emphasizes continuous improvement, customer focus, and excellence in a collaborative environment that empowers the Institute to achieve its business goals.

    Workforce Management Application Specialist - (3202008)

    Reporting to the Manager of Business Applications in the MGB Digital department, the Workforce Management Application Specialist is a member of the team responsible for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s (DFCI) workforce management technology. This role leads the delivery of high-quality, sustainable, and scalable solutions for DFCI’s UKG (Kronos) Workforce Dimensions platform.

    The application specialist is the primary point of contact for the business to ensure IS solutions, communication and priorities are aligned with business strategy. This role will develop and manage a collaborative governance structure for workforce management across DFCI and direct the work of application analysts within the workforce management team. The candidate must exhibit experience leading UKG workforce management product management and support.