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(Junior) Functional Analyst (f/m/d)

Date: 30-Dec-2020

Location: Luxembourg, LU

Company: Deutsche Börse Group

 

Field of Activity
In your position as Junior Functional Analyst, you will interface between end-users and IT professionals in order to develop the Clearstream Connectivity requirements of mission critical business services and IT applications, to test them and to participate in their implementation.
 
Tasks/responsibilities

  • Gathering, reviewing and analyzing business requirements from all Clearstream Business departments (i.e. Settlement, Cash, Custody, Tax, Reference Data, etc.)
  • Be the interface between Business and IT teams for Clearstream Connectivity
  • Produce detailed system requirements analysis (SRA), system design solutions (SDS) documents and Stories (using SCRUM methodology)
  • Proactive support to solve functional issues during specification phases
  • Write and test Functional Acceptance Criteria (FAC) and provide detailed test statuses to project and line managers
  • Assist and advise customer’s testing activities and XACT Web Portal roll-out activities.
  • Be able to work with Agile or Waterfall methodologies during all stages of project lifecycle
  • Participate to production issues investigation and resolution
  • Participate to the setup of automatic testing and data preparation

 

Qualifications/required skills

  • University degree or equivalent professional qualification and/or professional experience
  • Minimum experience of 2 years as Functional/Business Analyst in software specifications and testing
  • Strong interest in Information Technology (i.e. Cloud, API, DevOps, etc.)
  • Basic knowledge of SQL and Databases
  • Excellent analytical and communication skills
  • Team player with a positive and pro-active attitude
  • Practical experience with an Agile/Scrum development methodology
  • Capability to work under pressure and multiple projects in parallel
  • Flexibility, autonomous, openminded and eager to learn
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English. Any other language is an asset.