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Business Analyst

Company: Yoh Services LLC
Location: Smithfield
Posted on: January 24, 2023

Job Description:

Build workflow diagrams to visually represent business processesIdentify problems in terms of business requirements and recommend modifications to the functional solution which could impact the system designParticipate in design sessions to translate customer needs into business requirements and anticipate use casesIs essential to support and test the process in order to ensure business needs are metAnalysis of research and data to derive insights and solutionsDemonstrate state of the art analytical tools and technology to proactively analyze data sets to support business decisions and optimize the operating environment.Provide insights to better understand trends in customer behavior and to provide recommendations to improve operational efficiencies.Creation of process/data flow diagramsLeadership and high productivity in an agile project delivery environmentStrong consultative, listening, communications and analytical skillsCritical thinking with excellent judgement and initiativeExcellent written and verbal communication skills with business and technical team members across the organizationDiversity of functional business experiences (e.g. client, operational, systems, marketing, investments, customer service) ideally in a start-up or early stage venture environmentFinancial Services experience or experience in an industry that is complex, multi-channel and/or supervised; regardless of background passion for finance and investing a must and Experience with Brokerage/Trading/Clearing systems is a huge plus

Keywords: Yoh Services LLC, Providence , Business Analyst, Professions , Smithfield, Rhode Island

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