Consultant Gig #761–AUS–Financial Services–Business Analyst–Product Simplification

The Business Analyst will be responsible for Product Simplification across the deposits and lending portfolio arising from DDO requirements. Specifically, the new products/services will need to match the Target Market Determination already developed for product/service in the above mentioned portfolio.
It is expected that the successful candidate will have:
  • Strong analytic and product/service design skills to determine the necessary changes to products/services as a result of each products’ target market determination
  • Excellent communication skills in the context of putting forward a clear plan and regularly providing updates
  • The ability to collaborate with a broad set of stakeholders including the distribution leadership team, risk, compliance and change managers
  • Experience in product design and simplification in retail banking
  • Detailed knowledge of the Design and Distribution Obligations required by ASIC is highly desired, although not compulsory
  • A team player in a multifaceted complex organisation
  • 2-3+ years’ experience in a Big 4 consulting firm in the above mentioned areas and/or similar experience working for a Retail Bank in Australia

Logistics:

Start: Immediate start, duration 4-6 months, with the potential to move on to other projects in related areas.

Location: Australia wide – Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne with remote working being possible. Although Brisbane to enable some onsite collaboration would be preferred

Rates: Daily rate for this role is commensurate with seniority and is set at $900/day paid to the right professional.

Close date: No later than Friday 28th May 2021 5pm, AEST

 

 

 

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