Open Banking Product Business Analyst - Permanent - London

Lorien Resourcing Limited
London (Greater)
09 Jan 2018
15 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Digital Product Business Analyst - Permanent - London My client, a software development company building next generation cloud-native applications for banking and financial services clients, require a Digital Product Business Analyst to join them in their offices in London on a permanent basis. The overall responsibility of the Digital Product Business Analyst will be to assist the product team in the product definition, and lifecycle management of the overall product roadmap, in order to deliver best-of-class digital products within the finance sector whilst keeping abreast of industry standards such a 'Open Banking', PSD2 and GDPR. Tasks of the Digital Product Business Analyst include; Contribute to the specification of products, components, and services delivered through a product backlog as defined by the Product Owner Ensure the engineering team have clarity and full understanding of the business requirements through effective product definition Work to an Agile development practice, focused on maintaining a scrum team working to a Scrum, ScrumBan or KanBan delivery model as appropriate Experience/skills required of the Digital Product Business Analyst include; Previous experience within a digital product delivery team Solid understanding of Agile, Scrum & Kanban with the ability to select the appropriate method at the appropriate time - an Agile certification would be highly advantageous Banking /Financial Services experience with a keen interest in regulatory standards (PSD2, GDPR etc.) The ability to translate requirements into stories in an articulate, easy to understand manner Please send through your application at your earliest convenience and we will be in contact if we feel it is a suitable match to the above information. Digital Product Business Analyst - Permanent - London We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age