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Sability UKG Technical Software Consultant

Remote, USA/CAN
Job Description:
Sability is honored to be named as the 2021 UKG HCM Services Partner of the year, for the second year in a row! Join our team and experience the culture of an award-winning team.

Sability is looking for experienced professionals to join our HCM/UKG Pro consulting and software implementation team. As a Sability Technical Consultant, you will be responsible for assisting clients with their data and interface requirements within UKG Pro HCM solution. Due to direct communication with our partners and clients, this position requires strong communication skills, both written and verbal in the English language. 
  • Conduct analysis and create specification documents for integration between Client’s source system and UKG Pro
  • Develop, test, and deploy system interfaces with UKG Pro
  • Manage and resolve issues with delivered integrations
  • Interpret, validate, and convert data from various HRMS/Payroll systems into UKG Pro including but not limited to employee demographic data, taxation, benefits, payroll balances/ check detail, contacts, dependents, beneficiaries along with historical data
  • Utilize available data conversion tools, templates, and documentation
  • Create and provide post-conversion documents for client validation for accuracy and ensuring compliance and data integrity
  • Create and execute effective test plans to ensure the quality of the solutions delivered
  • Manage and resolve issues with converted data
  • Minimum of 2+ years' of experience in data conversion and/or interface development
  • Strong SQL, Programming, and Report Writing skills required
  • Prior functional and technical HCM/UKG Pro experience required, specifically in Benefits and Payroll
  • Prior consulting experience preferred
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and balance working with multiple projects, clients, and other consultants at the same time
  • Strong organization skills required
  • Ability to work and problem solve independently along with project team
  • Highly motivated and team oriented with positive attitude
  • Self-motivator with the ability to adapt to fast-paced projects and meet tight deadlines
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred
  • API experience is a plus
About Sability
Sability is a Human Capital Management strategy and software services Consultancy. We specialize in HCM and WFM System Selection, Design and Implementation. Sability is the Human Capital Management (HCM) industry’s premier UKG partner and a leading HCM strategy and advisory consulting firm. For nearly three decades, we have helped companies navigate HCM modernization, from strategy and planning to implementation and managed services. 

Our mission is simple: we help our clients achieve their HCM goals

Our culture is unique: we have a t-shirt and jeans attitude, while providing white glove services.

Our results are undeniable: we measure our success by helping others. 

Sability team members are known for their ability to leverage their knowledge to help our customers, stay calm in a crisis, and maintain confidence – while delivering services in highly visible situations. From sunny San Diego to bustling Toronto, and the beaches in Ft Lauderdale to the slopes of Vancouver, and everywhere in between, our award-winning team has a spot for you! Working remotely is nothing new to us, we’ve been doing it successfully for over 20 years.  Experienced HCM consultants choose Sability for our flexible work environment and sense of pride and ownership in the success of our clients. We offer virtual full-time employment opportunities across the US and Canada and are a five-time recipient of SHRM’s “When Work Works” award for workplace flexibility. As a high-growth company, we have also been recognized as a member of the Inc. 5000 and one of Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces.  If you want to be a part of that, you’re at the right place. Sability is always on the move, and we’re always seeking the best talent and the most unique perspectives.
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