Systems Administrator (Finance Team) – Kearsley (M26 1GG)

Head Office

Posted by mydentist on 12 May 2015

Reference: IDH5_ID8295

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Role purpose:

Overall central administration of the Proactis Procurement System ensuring that the business is supported  through day to day routines as well as planned and reactive system management.

 

CANDIDATES MUST HAVE ESTRONG EXCEL AND VBA SKILLS

 

Role Accountabilities:

User Support

  • Provide technical support to Purchase to Pay team, practices and other end users of Proactis
  • Assist in development of Proactis and system upgrades
  • Manage starter & leaver user administration
  • Update Proactis System for business restructures as and when required
  • Maintain the Proactis system for new acquisitions and disposals

 

KPI’s / Management Information:

  • Produce and issue reports as required by the business
  • Support Purchase To Pay with ad-hoc and structured reports as required
  • Support internal & external audit compliance requirements and control guidelines

 

Training Support:

  • Produce simple but concise user guides for specific processes
  • Update the Proactis User Guide as and when required

 

System and process control:

  • Maintain system controls ensuring adherence and compliance to IDH Policies including Financial Limits and Delegated Authorisation policy 
  • Maintain Proactis system ensuring adherence to both system administration and finance authorisation policies and procedures
  • Support the expansion of Proactis throughout the IDH Estate

 

Person Specification:

  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills including VBA and complex formulas (essential).
  • Working knowledge of system administration
  • Basic understanding of IT department support routines and procedures
  • Strong analytical skills with a logical and methodical approach to issues
  • Good communication skills and ability to interact with colleagues at all levels
  • Be able to present technical solutions in a user friendly manner
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Good understanding of a purchase to pay process is desirable but not essential