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Treasury Business Analyst

Job Title: Treasury Business Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands,
Salary: £275 - £325 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Treasury Business Analyst - £275 - £325 - Contract - 3 Months - West Midlands - IT

Montash have been engaged by a large company to secure an experienced Treasury Business Analyst on an initial 3 month contract starting asap.

The successful candidate will need to come from a Treasury background as you will be responsible for working on the Treasury Management replacement project.

Key Skills

  • Extensive background working in a Treasury environment.
  • Able to document requirements, ideas, potential solutions and issues including requirement capture, requirement management, maturity and traceability.
  • You will need to have strong experience in document use cases, acceptance criteria and test cases and scripts.
  • Experience in documenting technical discussion of solutions in a cohesive user friendly manner.
  • Good understanding of systems engineering concepts and modeling methods.
  • Ability to produce clear documentation suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Excellent communication skills and the confidence to present and liaise with key business and IT stakeholders throughout board and director level.

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