Serves as a computer technology expert for assigned functional applications to assist business lines with development and ongoing support. Provides project release direction and support including research, analysis, review, development, implementation and monitoring of new or revised systems.
Develop and manage business analysis phase/stage plans (i.e., major activities, activities, tasks, milestones, schedule, resource allocation); lead and direct small, medium and large business line teams in medium to large projects.
Conduct functional testing that may include application integration, system, regression testing, system/network integration and acceptance testing; this may also include non-functional testing such as performance, volume, load and fallback.
The Business Project Analyst supports the Project Management Office by assisting in gathering business requirements, preparing documentation, developing project plans, and monitoring progress. The Business Analyst will assist and/or lead small to medium sized moderately complex projects, crossing multiple business units, with a shorter timeline.
Maintain workflows design library, defines customization/optimizations, performs system support configurations, meets reporting needs by creating and delivering support related reports and extracts as needed.
Communicate, navigate and solve for workflow and data preparation and consumption needs across Sales, Finance, Services and Technology groups regarding client information in areas such as structure, timing of initial sales.
Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to build rapport with customers. Able to read; write legibly; speak in english with professional quality; use computer, printer, and software programs necessary to the position (e.G., word, excel, outlook, powerpoint).
The Business Analyst position is an ideal opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the fast paced, dynamic fixed income markets. In this role, you will be expected to learn about securities, trade strategies, the impact of trades to client portfolios, and what client guidelines are intended to do.
The primary purpose of the Business Analyst will be to design business information systems, and incorporate new systems or processes to improve company work-flow, production, efficiency, and effectiveness.