Identify opportunities for process and system enhancements; propose and implement approved enhancements. Manage various Treasury process and system enhancement projects and collaborate with all stakeholders and external consultants.
In this role, the BSA will define the system and functional requirements of the product. Specifications and data models for product development and testing will also need to be defined. Using development specification, the BSA creates detailed use cases, assesses available technologies and recommends solutions to development team. In this role, you may play a key role in the training of customer and technical support personnel.
The Systems Analyst III is directly involved in conducting analysis, understanding data and integrations, creating functional, process and business requirements, as well as documenting and testing of new and existing systems.
In this role, the selected candidate must have an experience in migrating legacy platforms to new technology stacks from a perspective of documenting older platform functionality that must be accounted for in new technology stack.
Apply intermediate knowledge to perform moderately complex financial analysis and decision support which may include income, profitability, liquidity, capital, leverage, asset and liability management.
Collaborate with cost center managers, functional leaders & Finance Business Partners in developing annual budgets / quarterly projections; including clear documentation of assumptions & posting in SAP / Hyperion.
Maintain the cost accounting system, to include the creation and supervision of controls and data sets needed for accumulation and reporting systems and recording cost information for use in controlling expenditures.