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Business Analyst Migration (m/f)

Alpina HR-Services AG

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Business Analyst Migration (m/f)

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Management IT
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Contract - Full Time
Jobbeschreibung

For our client in the Zurich area, Alpina HR Services is looking for a Business Analyst Migration (m/f)
Reports to: Head Wealth IT
Division: Wealth IT Application Management
Role Purpose: The role holder is responsible for the data migration (customers, products, positions) in various IT projects.

Key Accountabilities:
• Business analysis, specification, developing and implementation of the necessary migration scripts.
• Business End User Consulting & Engineering
• Testing activities during release cycles
• Work in different projects, manage smaller projects
• Incident management and 3rd level support
• Code Documentation

Skills:
• Strong Know how of Avaloq Object Model and booking concepts
• Being familiar with Avaloq script
• Technical flair
• PL/SQL skills, Oracle database know-how
• Project management (preferred)
• Fluent in German and English
• Avaloq certification

Required Experience:
• Experience in business analysis, consulting
• Experience in IT projects / IT project management (preferred)
• Experience in Avaloq Object Model required
• Experience in Static Data (preferred)
• > 5 years banking experience
• > 5 years experience in finance industry projects
• Experience in working in an international team with native and non-native English speakers

Other Requirements:
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Strong analytical skills
• Computer application skills
• Ability to work independently and innovatively
• Structured, analytical and proactive way of thinking
• Reliable and trustworthy


Interested?
If you are interested in this contract, please send us your CV as a Word file and a phone number where we can reach you at info@alpina-hr.com.

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