Data Services team is a shared service team that provides key functional capabilities such as self-service reporting, self-service data analytics, risk analytics, operational reconciliation, and integration of core processes with deployed machine learning models. We are enhancing our team and looking for a junior Business Analyst to work with us as we transform our Clearance and Collateral Technology (CCT) group into a data driven organization. The Collateral & Clearance Technology group is responsible for building high-performance critical market platforms. The group designs, builds and supports the platform used for US Triparty Repo and Global Collateral Services solutions. This service has 85% of the US Triparty Repo business with $2.7trn of assets globally. This group supports the most critical client-facing services for BNY Mellon.
Role & Responsibilities:
Passionate Angular developer with strong people and problem-solving skills
Flexible, yet independent team player who is comfortable leaving her/his comfort zones and thinking creatively
Inquisitive and analytically minded engineer who can articulate complex technical problems in a concise and clear manner
Strong technologist with a preference towards developing her/his technical skills in cloud- and microservices-oriented architectures
3+ years developing in Angular 2+
Ability to communicate technical ideas and express basic concepts in plain English
Willingness to continuously improve and learn other frameworks, languages, tools, etc.
A team-player attitude, including a willingness to assist team members with ad hoc work as and when required
No prior business knowledge is required. Direct communication with stakeholders/business clients is encouraged and used as learning tool
The team is involved in the delivery of primarily new strategic solutions (green field development) or major augmentations of existing platforms
All responsibilities fall within the team to deliver front-to-back solutions
We promote and utilize a Lean Agile framework to allow for incremental development of new components and systems - and we apply DevOps principles (DoD, code reviews, test-driven development, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment)
We deliver solutions following microservices architectural principles
The team is focused on client delivery, embracing feedback from our customers at all stages of the process and regular self-review of our operating model
Collaboration with other teams and continuous learning are critical to our culture
Tech Stack and Tooling:
Front End: Angular 6, Bootstrap, Angular Material, Selenium
Back End (Optional): Java (1.8), Spring, Spring Integration, Spring Boot, Spring Cloud
Deployment: Private cloud infrastructure (VMs or containers), Docker, Jenkins, Sonar
Code Repository: GitLab
Development and Knowledge Base: IntelliJ, JIRA, Confluence
Methodology: Scrum & Kanban
Bachelor's degree in computer science engineering or a related discipline, or equivalent work experience required. 2-6 years of experience in software development required; experience in the securities or financial services industry is a plus; should have thorough knowledge of the software development cycle S/he must also have experience developing Front-End. Job holder must be knowledgeable about cross-platform interoperability (multiple platforms i.e. NT, Intranet, etc.) , major tools in a toolkit for a specific platform and features of multiple toolkits. S/he must be experienced at resolving hardware, software, and communications malfunctions and understand the business impact of resolving complications..
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans. Our ambition is to build the best global team - one that is representative and inclusive of the diverse talent, clients and communities we work with and serve - and to empower our team to do their best work. We support wellbeing and a balanced life, and offer a range of family-friendly, inclusive employment policies and employee forums.