BI Business Analyst - Financial Crime

Recruiter
Harnham
Location
London
Salary
£45000 - £50000 per annum
Posted
14 Jun 2017
Closes
14 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
BI Business Analyst - Financial Crime
Financial Services
London
Up to £50,000

A Financial Services business in Central London is looking for Business Analyst to work with their Big Data Management team (Hadoop) and Financial Crime Business Intelligence team to ensure that they have met their data requirements. The ideal candidate is a dynamic Business Analyst with a good knowledge of Data Structures and Reporting, and how that is managed in a business.

THE COMPANY

The Organisation is one of the most established Financial Services businesses in the UK with an international reputation. They are dealing with massive quantities of data in a Hadoop environment and you will be a key resource sitting between this team and their Financial Crime Analytics team, to make sure all documentation is correct and all data needs are being fulfilled.

YOUR ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES - BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE BUSINESS ANALYST

As BI Business Analyst, you will:

* Support the delivery of data acquisition in relation to Financial Crime
* Work with stakeholders to understand business and data requirements
* Support documentation of data requirements
* Support the delivery of Data Objects for the use of the Financial Crime Analytics team
* Carry QA of Data Objects to ensure they are fit for purpose

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

In order to qualify for this BI BA role, you will need:

* Good experience in a BA role, including requirements gathering, process mapping, and gap analysis
* Experience in an MI environment, ideally in a Financial Crime or Risk environment
* A good understanding of Data Warehousing and how it is used in a business
* Good knowledge of Data Warehousing

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role please do so via this side. For more information, reach out to Ross at Harnham.

KEYWORDS: Business Analyst, Business Intelligence, Data Management, Hadoop, Financial Services, Financial Crime