Purpose of Job
The Integrated Data Change Control (IDCC) Governance team is accountable to facilitate the Governance committee decision for the metadata changes submitted by client.
The role of the IDCC Analyst will be to monitor the lifecycle of the submitted change request, ensure detailed SME reviews and ensure the timely implementation of Governance committee approved change request among Global Finance Technology (GFT) applications.
Key Job Accountabilities
- The incumbent’s key Accountabilities include the following:
- Govern the change request process for CofA (GL Metadata) changes.
- Administer the change request process for Non-CofA (Development) changes, coordinate the SEM review & effort estimation and track the weekly progress.
- Maintain GFT Database for Non-CofA updates.
- Support monthly validation of CofA changes.
- Facilitate the consolidation of the supporting evidence of CofA & Non-CofA changes on a periodic basis for the internal, external and SOX auditors.
- Identify opportunities for process improvements.
Skills, Experiences and Functional Competencies
- Undergraduate degree in business, management, operations or computer sciences with relevant working experience working in a support or administration team preferably in the financial industry.
- Basic knowledge of Finance and Accounting.
- Experience in business analysis and problem solving.
- Strong operational knowledge of Peoplesoft EGL, Oracle DRM & PEGA applications.
- Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, Visio and PowerPoint.
- Working ability to manage several priorities simultaneously including the routine follow-ups.
- Operating knowledge of general audit principles is an asset.
- Strong communication / presentation skills (both oral and written).
- Good team player demonstrated with experiences working with cross-departmental business & IT stakeholders and skilled at conflict management ability.
Education and Other Requirements
- Undergraduate degree in Business, Management, Operations or Computer Sciences.