Business Analyst

Recruiter
Mdmsrecruiting
Location
New Jersey, United States
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
16 Sep 2020
Closes
17 Sep 2020
Ref
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Job role
Business analyst, CFO
Role Purpose:

An IT Business Analyst analyses any business-related processes that include banking, organizational, application-related and other operational processes and procedures and develops proposals for change or enhancement. This role would typically be found in a project environment

Key Responsibilities

• Conducting information gathering activities such as surveying, analyzing and evaluating processes products and services, by using a variety of internal and/or external data

• Determining required solutions and assisting in implementations

• Documenting "as is" and "to be" processes and business requirements documents

• Supporting project management tasks in the areas of quality control and project management

• Coordinating the work of more junior analysts

• Recommending improvements, solutions and respective implementation plans

• Specifying working products along defined principles, guidelines and modeling processes using the appropriate tools

• Reconciling requirements with different stakeholders and ensures communication and traceability

• Supporting the business engineer by describing and defining the business processes including the (organizational) structures involved

• Eliciting, analyzing, negotiating, validating and communicating requirements and their respective impact on different stakeholders

• Identifying and documenting the main stakeholders and other sources (e.g. existing systems, regulations) for functional and non-functional requirements

• Embed Risk Awareness by designing and operating an effective control environment, proactively identifying and raising control deficiencies and driving diligent and sustainable risk remediation.

• Someone who understanding of securities products, clearing and settlement lifecycle and systems strongly preferred

Key Deliverables

• Deliver complete, consistent and reconcile Business analysis artifacts.