Lead Business Analyst

Westport, CT, USA

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DESCRIPTION


Currently we are looking for a Lead Business Analyst for our Westport, CT office to make the team even stronger.

EPAM’s Financial Services Business Unit is looking for exceptionally talented people to join our team of world class engineers. Our clients are some of the world’s largest and most innovative banks, investment banks and wealth management institutions.

We currently have an opening for a Lead Business Analyst who is willing to participate in the development of a multi-modular multi-asset classes state-of-the-art Trading System. This is one of the key roles on the project working directly with client’s business stakeholders, product owner, architects to derive the requirements, as well as with EPAM Team ensuring accurate understanding of them.

Responsibilities

  • Capture both high-level and detailed requirements from all stakeholders;
  • Document requirements and produce features definitions;
  • Explain requirements to the team and make sure all requirements are understood accurately;
  • Accept delivered features together with stakeholders.

Requirements

  • Experience:
    • 5+ years in Trading/Capital Markets area;
    • Understand trading well, does not need to be trained in this.
  • Professional skills:
    • Document requirements in a well-structured and clear way;
    • Able to clearly explain the requirements to developers and testers and make sure that developers and testers have understood them;
    • Handle questions from developers and testers, clarifying them with Business, Product Owner and Product Managers;
    • Provide feedback to the team on the delivered product in the prospective of how it meets/does not meet the requirements.
  • Soft skills:
    • Accurate;
    • Self-organized, self-managing, take full responsibility for a subsystem or a whole project;
    • Able to manage own time according to the priorities;
    • Work without supervision and check his/her own work thoroughly.