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Oracle Business Analyst

A global financial services company and investment bank is seeking an Oracle Business Analyst to join their team in Weehawken, NJ. This firm focuses on sustainability, consistency and strong leadership to achieve their goals. They believe in consistent training for management and non-management alike as well as promoting from within and always improving. Team work is their number one priority, for both local and global teams. They encourage different teams to work together to help foster a better working environment. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys collaboration and working within the financial industry.

You will work with the Market Risk IT team and provide Risk IT systems needed by Investment Banking, Wealth Management and Firm-wide Risk to manage Market Risk exposure of the firm s global Front Office trading functions. We also manage systems to ensure compliance with various regulatory requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Determine required IT business solutions and assist in implementation
  • Conduct requirements-gathering activities, like evaluating services, using a variety of internal and external data and analyzing content from different data sources and linking them
  • Support business engineers in describing the business processes, including business systems and architecture involved
  • Assist in quality control and project management
  • Identify people and systems impacted by functional and non-functional changes

Skills:

  • Understanding of what the stakeholders are looking for in terms of reference data and their linkages
  • Experience applying business analysis techniques to derive realistic scenarios
  • Strong experience with Oracle SQL and Excel skills to analyze data to come up with requirements
  • Ability to interpret a set of technical requirements and help provide effective solutions
  • Understanding of the software development lifecycle (SDLC) processes


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