[AIT] Functional Business Analyst (Workday) (MAX 3810)

Location: Singapore
Job type: Contract
Contact email: careersrise@bcg.com
Job ref: MAX 3810
Published: about 1 month ago
Startdate: 14 March 2024 - 14 March 2024

Work location: Central

Duration : 12 months contract

No. of resources needed: 1

Role: Business Analyst (workday)

Job Level: 1 - 2 years of relevant experience (L1)

Must have least two years' of Workday implementation experience in a local banking environment.

Job description

Job Title:

Functional Business Analyst

Key Skills:

- Business Analysis

- Project Management

- Documentation

Job Objectives

Business Systems Analyst is responsible for managing significant projects (e.g., strategic change management, new business and product initiatives, process re-engineering, etc.), and includes business systems analysis or technical writing. Activities require a broad knowledge of the organization and its key functions.

The Business Systems Analysis focus specializes in acting as the primary interface between Technology and specific business areas, identifying business unit requirements, creating project and process specifications, coordinating with project teams, and ensuring adherence to schedules and budgets.

Key Responsibilities

· Understanding, gathering and documentation of business requirements

· Ability to multi-task on multiple projects

· Working closely with vendors on end-to-end projects

· Assist Project Managers where possible on project deliverables

· Manage Quarterly Change Release process

· Ad-hoc work where required

Key Requirements

1. Hands-on experience rolling out Workday in the role of a Functional Business Analyst - in to at least Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam for a bank

2. Workday knowledge should include integrations to downstream bank systems, SF learning and recruitment

3. Worked with vendors (like Accenture) on end-to-end projects

4. Practical experience working with users and technical delivery team as part of change releases

5. Participated in SDM governance