- Business Requirements
- Communication Skills
- Data Analysis Skills
- Securities Law
The Goal is looking to hire a Data Analyst to join our team in Rockville, MD.
Analyze stakeholder needs to help define technical solution and author or oversee formal requirement deliverables
Serve as a subject matter expert for applications/ programs, business processes or initiatives and provide needed project support.
Independently interact with stakeholders to understand problem/opportunity, elicit business requirements, and document and review requirements.
Identify and resolve stakeholder issues
Facilitate the flow of information between stakeholders to ensure a common understanding of needs and deliverables.
Build strong partner relationships with stakeholders, including management and advocate business needs on their behalf.
Establish objectives based on business requirements and resources, and provide recommendations to management.
Partner with the delivery team throughout the entire SDLC process.
Manage and provide new features or enhancements and collaborate with delivery team to prioritize changes to the system.
Develop a detailed understanding of the stakeholders and the impact of the request being addressed to provide better insight in solution recommendations
Support end-user feedback activities, such as, user acceptance testing and demonstration.
Analyze data sets to gain an understanding of the data, discover data anomalies, and look for ways to leverage data in support of regulatory mission.
Use appropriate technology tools to analyze data sources and check for anomalies.
Define and document key business processes, technical requirements, data scenarios and data transformations.
Strong foundation in SQL including Analytical SQL
Experience in understanding the usage of statistics in data analysis
Experience working with large data sets
Adequate written and verbal communication skills including formal requirement writing
Experience working with Cloud technologies is a plus
Experience working in Capital Markets sector (Securities and Exchanges)