IT Business Analyst GFTS - Costa Rica
Description : Link between the Business and GFTS Technology teams, having a good understanding of both the business requirements and the technological solution, with the ability to explain the needs of the business, "translate" the concepts and technological terms to end users.
Interaction with business clients necessary in requirements gathering, user acceptance testing and software release (SDLC).
Negotiation skills and problem solving highly demanded.
Effective customer-focus ensuring accurate understanding of Finance needs / priorities and proper synchronization of plans.
Maintain effective partnership with Finance & Risk organization providing critical advice and contributing to Finance strategic planning.
Support business in documenting the functional and non-functional requirements, define and make recommendations for improvement, making sure they are address to the appropriate systems (Architecture roadmap).
Use a good understanding of the concepts and procedures of business analysis and a basic knowledge of other technical areas.
Evaluates the applicability of previous or similar experiences and evaluates options under circumstances not covered by procedures or precedents.
Partnering with Business Technology team to ensure all project technology needs are addressed
Coordinate with PMO to prepare project plans / task trackers.
Coordinates and review test cases definition / results. Seeks business approval to deploy the changes to production instance.
Capacity to build and maintain strong relationships with project sponsors
3+ Years of Experience Managing Technology Banking Project activities.
Ability to develop and maintain a fluent communication with Business, Finance Technology groups and Finance Architecture Organization.
Experience with system and user acceptance testing- familiar with all phases of the SDLC.
Experience of documenting use cases, functional specifications or similar
Proactive, fast and self-learner
High negotiation skills
Good positive attitude, collaborative team player.
Yes, 10 % of the Time