One of the largest global funds transaction networks, connecting many of the world’s leading financial organisations are looking for a Business Analyst to conduct analysis, testing and coordinate allocated projects within the project portfolio.
Required Knowledge & Experience:
The technical knowledge required for the Client Delivery Projects function includes but is not limited to (subject matter expert in one or more areas relating to the role):
The business knowledge required for the Client Delivery Projects function includes but is not limited to (subject matter expert in one or more areas relating to the role):
Communication - Provides clear and concise progress updates on what they are responsible for to their manager and other business stakeholders; Provides reporting to manager and other business stakeholders on individual and team activities against agreed milestones; Provides clear and fair feedback to colleagues and encourages a feedback culture within the organisation.
Conduct - Demonstrates the corporate values of connected, supportive, creative and driven.
Teamwork - Able to support both peers and less experienced team members from within the same area; Voices opinions on matters regarding their team and constructively takes part in debate.
Leadership - Ensures the team are delivering to schedule and that any risks and issues are raised promptly.
Management - Ability to task manage and guide less experienced team members; Follows and suggests improvements to the agreed processes.
Knowledge - Subject matter expert in one or more areas relating to their role.
Delivery and Impact - Able to prioritise risks and issues, and able to manage those with a low impact independently; Leads well defined initiatives from inception to completion; Thorough, credible and showing attention to detail across all areas of work.
Problem Solving - Solves technical problems by defining changes in the way the system needs to be set up or behaves; Uses judgement to determine best approach to agree and document more complex solutions appropriately.
Organisation - Provides feedback on workload for the deliverables which they own.
Ownership - Accountable for deliverables which they own, including where output is produced by others; Acts with some guidance on more complex or sensitive aspects of their work.
Planning - Able to break deliverables down into steps and devise goal-oriented implementation plans; Able to get things done by engaging stakeholders appropriately.
Influence - Sought out for guidance and support by less experienced team members; Teaches others.