Closes22 Jan 2020
Posted06 Jan 2020
The Finance Procurement Information System (FPIM) is an Oracle-based solution that supports DHBs' day-to-day finance, procurement and supply chain operations. This solution manages how goods and services are sourced, ordered, delivered, stored, used and paid for. NZ Health Partnerships has installed the FPIM software at four DHBs and will roll it out to another seven DHBs over the next two years.
The Developer will provide expertise in the end-to-end nationwide DHB Finance, Procurement and Supply Chain functions of the FPIM solution to support EBS development. Specifically you will be analysing, designing, developing, testing, administering, deploying, supporting and maintaining the EBS FPIM solution, Integration Development, Ad hoc queries and analysis and Reporting.
In this role you will:
Support, maintain and ensure the Integrity of the FPIM solution
Adherence to governance processes
Compliance with FPIM solution policies and standards
Analyse, design, build , administer, enhance, support and maintain Oracle EBS developments
Support and maintain Integration processes
Ensure services support delivery to agreed service levels.
To be successful:
Ideally you have 3 years' EBS development experience, solid understanding and experience of Oracle EBS Architecture and good understanding of Database design principles. Knowledge of Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Oracle Finance, Procurement and Supply Chain functionality is essential to this role together with strong analytical and problem solving skills. Ideally you would have had exposure to integration frameworks.
Your strong communication and facilitation skills together with your excellent customer and stakeholder engagement skills will ensure your ability to deal with diverse and challenging customers and stakeholders.
About NZ Health Partnerships
NZ Health Partnerships is supported and owned by New Zealand's 20 District Health Boards (DHBs). By thinking, acting and investing collaboratively through us, DHBs can achieve greater efficiencies than they would by operating independently. We provide a range of national services for DHB's including shared banking, collective insurance and procurement of medical devices. Should you wish to learn more please visit www.nzhealthpartnerships.co.nz.
How to apply
If you have the relevant experience and capability, we invite you to apply. A full position description is available once you click in to apply for the role. You can also call Kate on 09 443 9047 for further information. Applications for this role close onWednesday 22ndJanuary 2020