Financial Systems Analyst
Location: London or Newcastle
Salary: £50,000 - £62,000 + excellent benefits - 32 days holiday + bank holidays
Job type: Permanent
My client an Independent Parliamentary body are looking for an experienced financial systems analyst to join their data analytics team and work on a number of exciting projects.
This role will involve applying your knowledge of financial systems such as SAP or Oracle and your analytical skills, to build and implement analytical tools to support our range of assurance work.
You will join a Data Analytics Research Team, working with a team of data analysts and data scientists to develop and deliver analytical tools for our financial audit practice. Supervision of junior staff and some project management of analytical projects is expected, along with delivery of training, and review and quality assurance of work completed.
Experience and Qualifications:
- Experience of working as a financial auditor
- An accounting qualification such as ACA, ACCA or CPFA. CISA-qualification is desirable but not essential
- A solid grounding in controls-based auditing
- SAP and Oracle auditing and IT Controls auditing experience is essential
- Experience of applying Data Analytics methods to this framework is desirable
- Present complex data or other findings in a way which can be easily understood by various audiences including non-technical
- Document and analyse Financial Systems and control processes.
- Produce clear, well-structured and succinct written work which can be easily understood by non-technical readers
- Experience auditing complex financial systems such as SAP and Oracle.
- Experience with Data Visualisation tools (Tableau, Spotfire, QlikView etc).
- Intellectual curiosity, especially about using data, models and evidence to answer questions
- Experience with programming languages, preferably R or Python
- Experience with Git
- Good data manipulation skills required including cleaning and managing data
Systems analyst/financial systems analyst/sap/oracle/public sector/financial