Functional Analyst (Billing Application)

  • Job Reference: HQ00009633
  • Date Posted: 7 May 2018
  • Recruiter: E-Resourcing
  • Location: Brussels
  • Salary: £1.00 to £2.00
  • Sector: IT (general)
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Duration: 6 Months
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Functional analyst

As functional application analyst of the Billing system, you will be responsible for the translation of the IT and business needs to functional specifications on which you also make a cost calculation.
In a project based way, you are creatively looking at different solutions. You will ensure a clear and structured documentation and this to the users, designers, developers, testers and operations. You give the necessary functional support to colleagues and users.

Profile
- You are a Bachelor or Master in Informatics or equal by experience
- Experience: at least 4 years in IT
- You have experience as analyst in a complex IT environment
- Functional knowledge of Billing is most useful
- Experience on (Billing) applications running on Mainframe servers, and/or in Cobol is an advantage.

Competencies
- You have strong analytical skills and anticipate the impact of possible solutions
- As problem solver, you are using rigorous logic and methods to solve complex problems with effective solutions
- You are looking beyond the obvious for problems and solutions
- You can think out of the box and propose alternatives. You are able to make easily connections between seemingly unrelated elements
- You can manage a solution from start to finish
- You are well organised
- You can deal with ambiguity. You can decide and act without having the total picture and can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty
- You are able to document clearly
- You are communicative and assertive
- You are a good team player
- You are a quick learner
- You can work autonomously
- You can work under tight deadlines and pressure
- You are flexible, customer and result oriented
- You take ownership of your work
- You are quality oriented
- Good knowledge of English (written and spoken) is needed, knowledge of Dutch and/or French is an advantage