Business Analyst - Oracle Accounts Receivable (100% Remote)

United states, Broomfield
13 days ago
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Job Title: Business Analyst - Oracle Accounts Receivable Location: Broomfield, CO (Open to Remote) Duration: 12 Months (Possible Extension) **Oracle EBS Accounts Receivable Business Analyst (Onshore)** Job Description Functional-techno (80%-functional, 20%-technical) individual with experience with Oracle EBS Financials (R12.2 or higher version) with a minimum of 5 years of hands-on work experience with Accounts Receivable, General Ledger and SLA modules. including but not limited to the follow...Read more

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Project management duties also include work plan development, project tracking, developing and maintaining timelines, and also recommending adjustments/future project direction to MEMA senior leadership. Emergency management project managers must carefully track project budgets, submit grant reports summarizing activity, and approve all project expenditures. This position has responsibility for promoting MEMA and the Agency’s associated non-governmental preparedness programs by administering projects related to private outreach, public affairs and communications, non-profit and private-sector preparedness, business continuity, risk reduction and resilience, and economic development. Additionally, this position supports MEMA’s activities in the National Capital Region (NCR). 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