Kondor Business Analyst

Nivel cariera

Middle (2-5 ani)

Limbi vorbite


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Vauban is a great independent Romanian Group with more than 11 years of sustainable and healthy growth. We do focus on innovation, learning, entrepreneurship and capacity to find new solutions. The company figures are +450 consultantlients, having locations in Romania and
Our teams daily deliver Technology Services as consultancy (missions at clients’ premises), and also from our delivery center (integration & application development in digital and BI, Software as a Service management, Production, security and infrastructure). 
Vauban is also the Romanian partner with Top premium software editors, leader in data governance and security, being responsible to integrate the solutions and to ensure local support.


Strong knowledge in operational macro processes of different asset classes – trade capture, booking controls, confirmation, settlement, payment , reconciliation
Very good communication skills both written and verbal - able to adapt communication to all levels
Good understanding of Front to Back trade processes 
Confidence in working with Databases 
Experience in Investment Banking


Define and write detailed functional specifications and provide costs assessments for features and projects to be implemented with the help of developers
Frame the mission objective and follow appropriate methodology and governance in coordination with the Project and/or Program Manager, to ensure deliveries are made on time
Leads organizational tasks independently in accordance with the objectives of the Sponsor
Plan and lead workshops with stakeholders to obtain conclusive inputs and feedback 
Identify and raise alerts - Report the progress on the mission as well as potential issues / decision needed, attention points should be raised to the right person at the right time 
Work in pairs with other teams worldwide to efficiently execute mission deliverables, done in a productive environment, promoting team spirit and professionalism