We are currently looking for business analyst to join the Regulatory and Reporting Services team in Sydney. You will be responsible for working with business counterparts to understand and document requirements, as well as with the technical team to get them implemented. The successful candidate will have experience as a Business Analyst ideally in the Financial Services Industry.
Ideally you will have:
Four-six years relevant experience in the same capacity
Highly methodical and systematic approach to the preparation of all documents
A keen eye for detail
Business knowledge across Capital Markets, especially on the Regulatory Reporting
Understanding of middle and back office settlement functions and relevant application knowledge
Extensive experience of working with teams of business and technology staff, together with an attitude which fosters a high degree of rigger and excellence
Experience of working with teams distributed across geographies
Hands on experience on writing functional requirements / user stories
Excellent problem solving and communication skills
The flexibility to work in an environment with changing priorities
Relevant tertiary qualifications in information systems, computer science, engineering or equivalent
A strong sense of ownership
Adequate knowledge about technology and project methodology will be an added advantage
Functional Expertise mandatory:
Understand the Regulations like Dodd Frank, MIFID, EMIR, etc.
Understand the regulatory requirements in European, Asian, US and other markets
Understand offerings by regulatory reporting repositories like DTCC
Trade life cycle for OTC, Equities, Commodities etc asset classes
Documentation and development of functional specifications and user stories and ensure project artefacts are kept current & managed in accordance with organisation document management standards.
Take ownership of the BAU requirements and issues and escalate to the leads where appropriate.
Designs system flow by analyzing requirements, constructing workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities; writing specifications.
Interface with Business Users to understand requirements, functional analysis and design of end-to-end business work flow.
Evaluate proposed system solutions in close liaison with system developers to ensure delivery of solutions is consistent with stakeholder's expectations.
Help in creating and reviewing scenario based test cases
Contribute to the User Training activities and workshops.
Provide inputs and direction to the lead business analyst or project manager when planning the Implementation Phase of the project.
Provide appropriate post implementation support.
Communicate effectively within and between teams to promote knowledge sharing.
Maintain a strong relationship with the business of high quality, responsive IT solutions.
Should adhere to tight schedules, submitting the work before deadlines.
If you match the above requirements please apply ONLINE, if you have any questions please contact Chris Wood using: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COG's purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions: Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology.
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Advertised: 08 May 2017 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: