South West London, London
£70000 - £90000 per annum + 20% bonus, 10% pension
over 1 year ago
Senior Business Analyst - Consultancy, Finance, Payments (BACS, CHAPS, SEPA, FPS, SWIFT)
We have a position for a Senior Business Analyst with a background working in consultancies (e.g. Deloitte, Capgemini, Capco, etc.) and delivery of software or payment projects to join our client, helping to lead the delivery and completion of their payment and enterprise solutions.
In addition to their consultancy services, they have also developed their own product within payment technology which is innovative, revolutionary and is leading the way for how payments are made in the future, used by the world's leading financial institutions.
You will be working on the product, framing and delivering a compelling solution roadmap, tenacious about doing things the right way and building efficient and 'brilliantly simple' business solutions.
As this is a Senior Business Analyst role working with payments solutions, you will be expected to be an expert in the Financial Services domain and payment schemes and solutions. In depth knowledge of Payment Schemes (BACS, CHAPS, SEPA, FPS, SWIFT) is required - with the ability to re-engineer payment systems, as well as proven experience of payment or software delivery projects and XML messaging.
You will be familiar with how a consultancy operates, and will be able to work with their Tier 1 Financial Clients to implement, integrate and design payment solutions and systems.
The office is based in South West London, and salary on offer for the role of Senior Business Analyst is up to £90,000pa, plus discretionary 20% bonus (paid out in FULL over the last 5 years), 10% pension, among other excellent company benefits.
Interested in this role for Senior Business Analyst working with Payment Solutions in a Consultancy environment? Apply today!
Please note applications will only be considered if you have the right to work in the UK and from those with consultancy backgrounds. Candidates working for end clients in the Financial Sector will not be suitable for this consultancy role.