Overview:The Mississippi Management and Reporting System (MMRS) is an office of the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration (DFA). MMRS is responsible for creating and maintaining a central repository of current, accurate, and relevant management information. In that effort, MMRS is responsible for the development, enhancement, maintenance, and support of several statewide applications that combine to form this central repository.This position is a support role for Mississippi’s statewide accounting, purchasing, and human resources Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. The employee will work with agencies and vendors on areas that may include: · e-Procurement· Contract Management· Fleet Management· Inventory Management· Grants Management· Funds Management· Payroll Processing· Accounts Payable· Accounts Receivable· Asset Management· Travel Processing· Vendor Management· Goods Receipts· Human Resources Typical Duties:Typical duties for this position include working with stakeholders to design business processes, writing job aids and system documentation, training agency users, assisting system users, and testing system resolutions.Professional Development:Employees at MMRS learn how government operates and interact and network with many people from different agencies. Business systems analyst positions lead to many career paths in state government. Employees have opportunities to attend management training as well as training for the areas supported by MMRS. Desired Skills:MMRS has many teams that work closely together to solve complex integrated system and business process issues. Therefore, it is important to have leadership, problem solving, communication, and critical thinking skills for this position.Organizational Culture:The environment at MMRS is diverse and friendly. Our office includes over 80 employees that enjoy working together. Job Qualifications: Business Systems Analyst Associate If you are interested in this position, please apply even if you feel that you do not meet the qualifications.