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Junior Business Analyst to gather all the funding requests from departments and sourcing system, determine the daily funding requirements for a large banking client - 47618

Job Type: Contract
Positions to fill: 1
Start Date: Nov 29, 2022
Job End Date: Jun 28, 2023
Pay Rate: Hourly: Negotiable
Job ID: 125172
Location: Toronto
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Job ID:  47618
# of positions: 1
Duration: 1 year
Interview Process: Will need to complete Excel test within 2 hours (or same day) before they interview, 1 Webex (Panel of 3-4 people)
Location: Hybrid, once a week onsite, Toronto



Description:
  • You can demonstrate experience and knowledge of funding and liquidity management through industry experience in capital markets, operations, risk and/or control functions.
  • You put our clients first. You engage with purpose to find the right solutions. You go the extra mile because it's the right thing to do.
  • You have a passion for simplification. You seek out innovative solutions and embrace evolving technologies. You can easily adapt to new tools and trends
  • You understand that success is in the details. You notice things that others don't. Your critical thinking skills help to inform your decision making.
  • You're driven to succeed. You are motivated by accomplishing your goals and delivering your best to make an impact. You can think conceptually (“out-of-the-box”) and exercise good business judgment and problem-solving skills.



Must haves
  • 1+ years experience as a Business Analyst 
  • Advanced proficiency in Excel - there will be an Excel test 
  • Expereince with Funding and Liquidity 



Nice to haves
  • Capital market experience
  • Experience of programming languages



Education/Accreditations:
• Undergraduate degree in Business, Mathematics, Statistics or other discipline.
• Advanced proficiency in Excel; experience of programming languages would be considered an asset