Systems Analyst

Graceland University is seeking a Systems Analyst to join the Information Technology Services (ITS) team. This position works collaboratively with end users across the institution while having an office on the Independence, Missouri campus. This position will be an important contributor to digital transformation by participating in requirements gathering, analyzing, designing, integrating, and implementing system solutions.

As an ITS team member, you will work collaboratively with multiple team members and departments while also being able to function independently. SQL and scripting knowledge is necessary. An understanding of ERP systems and the ability to comprehend impacts of ERP changes is expected.

Strong analytical skills to interpret complex and cross-functional requirements is necessary. The Systems Analyst will work with assigned departments to implement systems that sustain a culture of student success and operational efficiency. A computer science related bachelor’s degree or comparable experience is essential. Experience with any of the following is helpful but not required: Jenzabar (CX/JICS), Uniface, Cognos, PERL, Unix C shell scripting, JAVA, Unix, Linux, Microsoft Office, or educational environments. The ability to communicate verbally and in print in simple and technical English is necessary.

If interested, submit resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to: Graceland University, Human Resources, 1 University Pl, Lamoni, IA 50140; email:

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