IT Business Analyst

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Date Posted:

11 May 2020


400,000 to 800,000 MMK

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  • Elicit, analyze, document business requirements from stakeholders and validate them. 
  • Help design solutions to business problems.
  • Write request for proposals (RFP) when required.
  • Critically review business solution design documents.
  • Critically review user guides, installation guides and other technical documentation.
  • Critically review banking business operational, management and regulatory reports.
  • Plan, prepare, coordinate and/or lead in the development and documentation of test plans, test scenarios and test cases.
  • Plan, prepare, coordinate and/or lead in user acceptance testing (UAT) and system integration testing (SIT).
  • Plan, prepare, coordinate and manage user training.
  • Plan, prepare, coordinate and assist in business process re-engineering.
  • Participate in team and department meetings.
  • Participate in required technical and functional training.
  • Train other IT staff and bank staff as required.
  • Visit and inspect bank branches when required.
  • Perform any other relevant IT/business task assigned.
  • Report to Project Managers, CIO and/or CEO.

  • Must have a degree, preferably, in accounting, banking & finance, commerce, economics, business management, project management, computer science or IT.
  • Must have 3 to 5 years relevant work experience as an analyst involving IT and business.
  • Must have a working knowledge of the Myanmar banking & financial services industry.
  • Knowledge and experience in enterprise IT infrastructure will be useful. 
  • Knowledge and experience in banking and financial accounting will be useful.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (especially, Access, Word, Excel and Power Point) and/or Microsoft Project/Visio/Smart Draw.
  • Proficient in both English (e.g IELTs 6 an above) and Myanmar languages.
  • Able to give presentations in both English and Myanmar languages.
  • Able to verbally communicate and interact with both local and international bankers and vendors.
  • Able to write reports and prepare presentations in both English and Myanmar languages.
  • Able to teach, train and share knowledge with co-workers and other bank staff.