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CTRM Business Analyst - Commodity Trading and Risk Management

Job Title: CTRM Business Analyst - Commodity Trading and Risk Management
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Arnhem, Gelderland
Salary: €90 - €100 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J8923_1502804445
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

A CTRM Business Analyst with extensive knowledge of commodity trading and risk management (CTRM) is required by Montash's exclusive client based in Arnhem, Netherlands.

As the CTRM Business Analyst you will play a key role in an enterprise ERP programme, analysing and mapping existing business process, and helping the company to integrate and adapt new ways of working into their new systems and processes.

The ideal candidate will have an background in commodity trading, and possess unrivalled analysis and consulting skills, with a proven track-record in high-level stakeholder engagement.

It is also highly advantageous that the CTRM Business Analyst has a strong understanding of online trading, forecasting, and risk management / risk analysis.

To summarise, the CTRM Business Analyst will have the following skills and experience:

  • Knowledge of Commodity Trading
  • Knowledge of Risk Management / Risk Analysis
  • Strong Business Analysis and consulting skills
  • Ability in delivering requirement gathering and mapping (As-is / To-Be)
  • Excellent Stakeholder engagement capabilities
  • An deep understanding of Online Trading and Forecasting

If you are available and have the relevant background, please send me your CV now and await contact.

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