The Department of Accounts (DOA) is seeking a PeopleSoft software developer for the Commonwealth's Cardinal PeopleSoft Payroll project. This position is responsible for the design, development and testing of PeopleSoft objects (Reports, Interfaces, Conversion programs, Extensions/Modifications) to meet the Commonwealth of Virginia's payroll and time and attendance project requirements. Responsibilities include:
The candidate will participate collaboratively in a technical team and work closely with business analysts and functional staff to implement effective solutions meeting project requirements.
Candidate must have comprehensive knowledge of information technology systems and the application development life cycle. Candidate will have experience working with Oracle database systems and PeopleSoft development tools with version 8.50 or greater. Candidate will have experience developing technical design, build and/or testing documentation for PeopleSoft systems. Candidate must have experience reviewing, analyzing, and resolving PeopleSoft Application issues. Candidate must have graduated from a college or university with major studies in business, math, science, engineering or technology preferred or an equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills & abilities may substitute for education
Candidate will have 5 or more years' experience with PeopleSoft development tools using Application Designer, Application Engines, File Layouts, Application Messaging, Workflow, SQR's, COBOL and Component Interfaces Candidate will have 3 or more years' experience developing in PeopleSoft HCM modules including Payroll, Time and Labor, Absence Management, and/or Benefits Administration Version 9.0 or greater. Candidate will have experience adhering to structured change management processes and the use of associated tools. Experience with Commonwealth of Virginia state government processes also beneficial.
State applications for this position will only be accepted online through the State website at
Online applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM, February 17, 2017