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Act as liaison between nontechnical users, programmers, and management across fund accounting, operations, and tax reporting life cycles; develop understanding of data flows, workflows, and dependencies across firm-wide groups and systems
Develop business requirements and draft technical specifications for use in building out future systems and enhancing current systems
Assist in the coordination and prioritization of work for the development team; maintain project roadmaps to monitor progress and ensure timely adherence to deadlines; escalate when required
Support the development life cycle; ensure that testing scripts are prepared, resources are secured, and testing is completed in a timely and satisfactory manner
Coordinate and prepare the annual Fund Accounting and Operations strategic development plan for the firm's senior management team; prepare and deliver biweekly project management updates to the firm's COO
Identify future needs of the systems with which the project manager interfaces and make recommendations regarding opportunities to improve scalability, efficiency, or effectiveness
Assist in the daily status monitoring and troubleshooting of issues related to firm's portfolio accounting software (Advent Geneva) and several custom-built Java platforms
Skills, Qualifications, and Experience:
Expertise in MS Excel, Powerpoint, and Project
Experience (5-7 years) developing and supporting applications for aspects of fund administration in a modern financial services organization preferred
Technical background (SQL, MS Access, VBA) strongly preferred but not required