The position will be reporting to the Manager of the Oracle Financials System Support group within Administrative Systems (AS). AS is part of University Information Technology (UIT) department managed by the Office of the CIO. This position requires a good combination of functional and technical knowledge of the Oracle Financials R12 E-business suite. A successful candidate will have demonstrated a track record of delivering quality solutions providing with the highest value to the University and solid technical expertise of several of the Oracle based Technology used in Oracle E-Business Suite. The candidate should have experience in performing production support activities including, and not limited to, evaluating Patches/Fixes, maintaining system configurations, running batch cycles, data cleanup, testing, filing/resolving service requests, and estimating enhancements.
The Oracle Financials Support team is responsible for the support, maintenance, operations and upgrades of various Oracle E-Business Suite applications (Enterprise Asset Management, Inventory, BOM, Property Management), as well as other third party/custom financial applications and applications developed internally at Stanford using Oracle Application Express (APEX). The team is also responsible in maintaining software used in the Oracle Financials apps such as the Planning tool for Work Orders developed in Adobe Flex. The team also supports custom applications integration with other Oracle Financials Systems and Enterprise Data Warehousing.
Propose, conceptualize, design, implement, and develop solutions for difficult and complex applications independently.
Oversee testing, debugging, change control, and documentation for major projects.
Supervise professional staff, as necessary, working on all phases of application development projects.
Define complex application development administration and programming standards.
Oversee the support, maintenance, operation, and upgrades of applications.
Troubleshoot and resolve complex technical problems.
Review the physical design of existing systems for optimizing performance.
Lead projects, as necessary, for special systems and application development in areas of complex problems.
Work with other technical professionals to develop standards and implement best practices.
Partner with business management to define the appropriate technical solutions.
Provide status reports to business and information technology management.
Collaborate with peer managers to coordinate enterprise-wide integration requirements.
Coordinate work efforts for system enhancements and upgrades.
Coordinate production support, and provide application performance metrics to business partners and IT management.
Internal Number: 166610
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