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Jan 312019
 

What makes Cognizant a unique place to work? The combination of rapid growth and an international and innovative environment! This is creating a lot of opportunities for people like YOU — people with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to make a difference in this world.

At Cognizant, together with your colleagues from all around the world, you will collaborate on creating solutions for the world’s leading companies and help them become more flexible, more innovative and successful. And this is your chance to be part of the success story: we are looking for a Dutch Speaking Functional Analyst to join our Belgium Team. 

About Cognizant Business Consulting

We help organizations engage people and uncover insight from data to shape the products, services and experiences they offer.

We work with the world’s leading organizations to provide collaborative solutions to their business and IT challenges with innovative ideas that are embraced by their customers. More than 5,300 professionals around the world leverage deep industry knowledge across 15 verticals including: banking and financial services, healthcare, retail, consumer goods and insurance to deliver robust digital solutions in key areas of client growth.

More information? Please visit https://www.cognizant.com/consulting

Our ideal candidate

 

  • Dutch speaking so can collaborate with Business team efficiently
  • Domain: Investment services; Functional analyst in Investment services
  • Experienced in requirement elicitation, proposing business solutions & coordinating activities across software development life cycle
  • Business process mapping and capture of business process depicting end to end workflow
  • Experienced in Business metadata management and good understanding on data modelling
  • Good understanding of Change management
  • Experienced working in Agile
  • Experience working with cross-functional business stakeholders and Product Owners
  • Experienced in working with team members from different geographic location, different culture
  • Experienced in working with programs that has interdependency with other programs/systems/projects
  • Show ability to work along with product owner to refine product backlogs at regular interval
  • Ensure work pipeline for the team is good, by working along with product owner and business teams
  • Knowledgeable in JIRA/Confluence or similar collaboration tools

What you can expect

  • Become part of a the ‘flag ship’ success story – We go through enormous growth!
  • Based in the Benelux – we have offices in Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Brussels within an European and Global network
  • Organization driven by technology – We have a tremendous technology backbone
  • Open, ‘can do’ team spirit
  • Environment where you can make your own ideas reality
  • Drive your own career
  • Market conform benefits

Match criteria: ICT, Banking, ICT, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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