Senior Business Analyst (TSQL / Asset Management), Cape Town

Ref No. CLGMS2000010804
Salary zar1 - zar900,000/annum
Benefits Pension, Medical, Free lunch, Gym
Location Cape Town, South Africa
Job type Permanent
Job Status


Senior Business Analyst to work for one of the TOP tier Asset Management companies


Senior Business Analyst (TSQL / Asset Management)

The Job

As Senior Business Analyst you will be responsible for working with key stakeholders to understand business direction, propose solutions, provide insight into business problems and assist the Front and Middle Office Domains in the implementation of long-term solutions.

This role requires knowledge of asset management processes and business analysis experience in an IT context.

Salary: Up to R900 000 pa CTC

Skills required:

▪ Strong TSQL skills

▪ Understands how applications are constructed

▪ You know how to structure tests and to test interfaces and integrated systems

▪ You are passionate about great software

▪ Understanding of Financial Services / Asset Management

▪ System Development Life Cycle / SCRUM methodology

▪ Release Processes and IT environments

▪ Testing Methodology Qualifications & Experience

▪ Relevant tertiary qualification (e.g. BComm, B Bus Science degree) with strong academic performance

▪ Min of 6 years' experience in an IT business analysis role (preferably in asset management)

Key skills:

Senior Business Analyst

To apply, please email your CV to

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