Senior Oracle EPM developer with EPBCS/PBCS, Essbase (calc scripting) and groovy for a national retail client - 27010

Job Type: Contract
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Sep 11, 2023
Job End Date: Feb 02, 2024
Pay Rate: Hourly: Negotiable
Job ID: 132374
Location: Toronto

Our national retail client is looking for a Senior Oracle EPM developer with EPBCS/PBCS, Essbase (calc scripting) and groovy - 27010

Location: Mississauga (2 days on site)

Duration: 4 months to start

Job ID: WECJP00027010

Project description: The MFP application will be used by ~130 users spanning across Merch Planning, Merch Finance, Replenishment and Category Management teams for the purpose of budgeting & forecasting business related metrics at the relevant merchandise level and also be the one source of data feed for use by merch finance for enabling financial planning and reporting. Also, it will enable users to have omni channel views across both mission shop and weekly shop businesses. Further, this is the Canada market implementation of Oracle ePBCs solution to replace tools like P4P / RPAS. Leveraging solution being implemented for US. Already deployed at Sam's Club US.

Must Haves:

  • Oracle EPBCS/PBCS
  • Essbase - Calc scripting
  • Groovy scripting
  • SQL


  • An EPBCS developer role that will work with key stakeholders to define and analyze user requirements to determine EPM system design and configuration.
  • Analyzes user requirements to determine EPM system configuration and/or customization, evaluates business need for system customizations, conducts appropriate cost/benefit analysis and produces technical designs for identified customizations.
  • Develops individual modules and functions as identified through technical design, develops conversion and implementation plans and ensures successful implementation of EPM system changes, monitoring changes for increased efficiency.
  • Writes and executes thorough technical and functional test plans to ensure EPM system changes are working properly including the use of batch scripts, online processes, databases or interface files.