BA - Reconciliations

  • Competitive
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions APAC
  • 20 Mar 19

BA - Reconciliations

· Job Descriptionof a BA

· Keyresponsibilities of the candidate will include:
· Partner with Onshore,Business - trade management, line business reps, reconciliations services teamto perform assessment of current state reconciliations processes including dataanalysis, feed analysis, documenting process flows and system diagrams
· Help build deliveryroadmap for reconciliations for the recs to be built
· Participating in requirementelicitation workshops with the business.
· Eliciting BusinessRequirements and Non Functional Requirements per defined project scope
· Support PM's inprioritization and decision making to meet project milestones
· Document Test Cases tobe executed during UAT
· Identify, manage andescalate where appropriate project risks and issues associated to requirementsgathering, analysis and design

· Skills:

· Good quantitative andanalytical problem solving skills. Able to break down complex problems, framethem into simple terms and provide estimates to complete analysis
· Good time managementskills and proven ability in meeting deadlines and working within a pressurizedteam / environment
· Proactive approach,willing to execute a wide variety of tasks in order to enhance team anddepartment delivery
· Excellent verbal andwritten communication. Communicates clearly and unambiguously
· Ability to influence,develop and motivate self and others
· Familiarity with rangeof external BA tools, techniques and documentation formats such as BusinessProcess Modelling (BPM), use of architecture diagrams and scenarios, activitydiagrams
· Proven ability to workin a team and autonomously, develop and manage relationships
· Experience workingwith teams across multiple regions
· Strong Excel skills tosupport data analysis tasks, is familiar with If, Count, Vlookup functions aswell as pivot tables
· Familiarity withWaterfall and Agile project methodologies with Agile specialism seen as anadvantage