Data Modeller and Architect - Leading Securities Firm
Data Modeler/Architect - Leading Securities Firm
Competitive salary - Great working evnironment
About Our Client
Our client is a member company of a Japanese Giant Financial Group, and is a Top-Tier Securities and Investment Banking Firm with a strong and well-established presence in the market. The company provides investors and corporate clients with a vast range of services, which is the factor that made their business so successful. The company's offices are located in one the most important business centres of Tokyo.
The role's main responsibilities are the following:
- Talk to Business and IT stakeholder and capture information related to various data concepts.
- Analyze data received from various sources (Physical systems).
- Understand the existing data represented in logical data model and perform the mapping with Physical Data (files / API / PDM)
- Coordinate the queries with IT SMEs and complete the mapping.
- Produce Conceptual and Logical data model with data dictionary.
- Conduct review meetings with Business and IT stakeholders in various functions
- Create knowledge repository and perform 4 eye check of repository based on standards defined
The Successful Applicant
This role's main requirements are the following:
- Good knowledge of banking products
- Working knowledge of front office trade capture of one or more asset classes
- Good understanding of trade life-cycle in an investment bank
- Understanding of either UML or Entity modelling techniques
- Good technical knowledge of Excel and SQL
- Expertise in business analysis techniques
- Enterprise Architecture tool expertise
- Fluent in Japanese language.
What's on Offer
The successful candidate will be entitled to the following features:
- To work for one of the leading Japanese Securities and Investment banking firms and get a chance to skyrocket their career.
- A competitive high-base salary of up to 15 mill/year
- A great work-life balance
- To work at one of the largest business centres of Japan.