Workday Process Consultant
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Do you have the deep industry knowledge and experience to help our organization make the transition to a SaaS-based HCM, Finance and/or Student technology solution such as Workday? Do you possess the skills, structures, tools and support mechanisms needed to identify and solve complex business problems? If so, we'd love to talk with you about our Health and Public Service State, Provincial and Local Business Process Specialist position.
While no two days at Accenture are the same, your primary responsibilities as a State, Provincial and Local Business Process Specialist will include:
- Identifying, assessing and solving complex business problems for your area of responsibility, where the analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors.
- Following the strategic direction set by senior management when establishing near term goals.
- Interacting with senior management at a client and/or within Accenture on matters where they may need to gain acceptance on an alternate approach.
- Acting independently to determine methods and procedures on new assignments.
- Handling decisions that have a major day-to-day impact on areas of responsibility.
- Managing large- or medium-sized teams and/or work efforts (if in an individual contributor role) at a client or within Accenture.
- Providing delivery support for SaaS-based solutions to our clients.
- "It is our intention for our people to work where they live. However, in the context of our profession and serving our clients there may be times when you will need to travel."
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