Saint Louis,Missouri,United States BAMBP3 The Boeing Company is currently seeking an experienced Workday Integration Developer to join our HRIS team. In this role, you will create innovative solutions to shape and evolve the technology that drives value across the Boeing Company. You will design, develop, and configure Boeing’s next generation HR technology as part of Boeing’s 2nd century transformation team. Ideal candidates will have experience developing/maintaining Workday integrations, complex reports, and interfaces across Workday core HCM leveraging skills in SOAP, REST API, Workday studio, Enterprise Interface Builder (EIB) and Cloud Connect. Specific experience with Workday configuration, Agile (SAFe), and/or DevOps is a plus. Job Responsibilities:
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