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Functional Analyst (Securities Settlement)

Eingestellt von John Stout Associates

Gesuchte Skills: Client

Projektbeschreibung

The client is a large Financial Institution in Luxembourg now requiring an experienced Functional Analyst as follows :- Field of activity:-
In your position as Functional Analyst, you will interface between end-users and IT professionals in order to develop the requirements of mission critical business services and IT applications, to test them and to participate in their implementation.

Tasks/responsibilities
Review, analyse and comment business requirements.; Prepare and describe the impacts on other projects, business processes and systems.; Create detailed functional and systems requirements,; ability to write SRA.; Delivery of Functional Acceptance Criteria.; Detailed reporting about test status, including documentation of software defects. Etc.

Qualifications/required skills:-
University degree or equivalent professional qualification or experience.
At least 5 years experience in a financial institution Back Office, or as analyst in the securities industry.; Strong interest in Information Technology.; Excellent analytical skills.; Team player with a positive and pro-active attitude.; PC literate; Ability to meet challenging project deadlines and deliver in a fast moving and change oriented environment.; Flexibility.; Proficiency in written and spoken English; French/German language skills will be an asset

Assignment Details: Assignment: full-time; Location: Luxembourg
Starting date: ASAP; Duration: the assignment is foreseen to cover a period of 3 months (optional extension)

Projektdetails

  • Einsatzort:

    Luxemburg

  • Projektbeginn:

    asap

  • Projektdauer:

    3 months +

  • Vertragsart:

    Contract

  • Berufserfahrung:

    Keine Angabe

Geforderte Qualifikationen

  • Kategorie:

    IT Entwicklung

  • Skills:

    client

John Stout Associates

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