Business Analyst - Finance Data Feeds - SaaS Fintech

Location: Sydney CBD, New South Wales
Job Type: Permanent
Posted: 9 days ago
Contact: Sofie Cederholm
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Reference: 195141_1558591122

Our Client

This role reports to a technical lead placed by Peoplebank, as part of a scrum team.

With around 150 staff, and worth more than $300m, our client is one of Australia's leading FinTechs, and a regular technology innovation award winner.

Their enterprise products automate the end-to-end management of billions of dollars of complex funds in real-time for the wealth/accounting industry. Part of what makes their products so good, is that their data feeds, which are sourced from more than 100 financial service providers, automatically populate customers finance information. This has delivered a significant reduction in the need for manual data collection and administration across the finance industry.

The Role

New applications for their data feeds and DaaS (data as a service) are emerging every day, resulting in this solution becoming the 'data plumbing' for the wealth accounting industry and a significant new revenue generator for our client.

They are looking to hire a BA, who as part of a Scrum team, will be the functional and finance expert translating requirements to a talented .Net development team on the integration of new data feeds from financial services organisation.

The right person…

Our client values 'smart and keen' above all else. The right person also needs to fit into their culture of openness, positively, hunger to learn and knowledge sharing.

It is likely that you will have some of the following:

  • A good knowledge of data, data structures and SQL…etc.
  • Data feeds experience, and knowledge of how finance data is sent and consumed
  • A strong understanding of financial services and accounting functions
  • Excellent communication skills
  • An understanding of AGILE processes, or a hunger to work in a cohesive Agile environment
  • Good BA skills

For more information or a confidental discussion, please contact Meg Geronimo at 9409 4716 quoting reference 195141