TargetCW - Corporate

JDE Developer - Business Analyst

Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Job ID 2020-3669
Information Technology
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JDE Developer- Business Analyst

Location: San Diego, CA

Pay Rate: $80,000- $95,000 DOE


A worldwide sports and entertainment company that specializes in sports trading cards is seeking a JDE Developer- Business Analyst, to join their team.




  • Provides functional and technical support of JDEdwards in an Oracle environment.
  • Work as the liaise between internal JDE clients and support team members.
  • Define functional and technical implementation project plans.
  • Create functional and technical requirements, specifications, and documentation.
  • Act as the Business Analyst for JD Edwards Enterprise One.
  • Create and develop new business applications.
  • Develop and maintain reports and interfaces for JD Edwards applications.
  • Create new custom reports when needed.
  • Analyze business systems and procedures.
  • Keep up to date with all new JDE updates and advancements.
  • Recommend new changes and design elements to the infrastructure to improve performance and reliability.
  • Recommend enhancements that reduce costs.
  • Provide after-hours and on-call support to all high level, escalated IT Helpdesk issues.
  • Support the IT Department.



  • BS/BA in Computer Science of Information Systems.
  • 5+ years working in a JDE Environment.
  • Must have high-availability- ability to be on call beyond normal business hours and on weekends.
  • Knowledge of JDE Enterprise One 9.x ERP Software - Financials, Procurement, Inventory, Sales, Advances Pricing, Warehousing, and Transportation.
  • Experience with SQL administrations, Windows OS, enterprise backup solutions, Oracle.
  • Can use: JDE API, BSSV, Softshare, Create!Form.


*Please submit your resume for consideration.


TargetCW is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, gender, nationality, religious belief, or sexual orientation.


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