U.S. Bank Development Group Manager in Helena, Montana
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U. S. Bank is seeking a detail-oriented Development Group manager (Financial Systems Business Analyst/Manager) to support the Finance Division’s management and regulatory reporting system (OFSAA) in the Management Reporting Operations (MRO) group. The position is responsible for managing data interfaces into the OFSAA system from internal U.S. Bank source systems from requirements gathering through testing, development, monitoring and maintenance. These data feeds provide the information needed to support bank-wide internal management and regulatory reporting.
The position will attend project meetings, read/interpret business requirements written by line of business development staff for changes to application files, provide requirements to the MRO IT support team, and determine impacts to MRO.
As projects move through the development life cycle, the role will require testing, reconciliation and problem solving. It will involve querying information from a data warehouse, coding in PL/SQL for data processing and performing other ad-hoc data mining, profiling and financial analysis. Finally, as the project moves into production, the role will maintain project and data interface related documentation.
Specific duties will include the following:
Gaining a working knowledge of bank products and systems in order to write business requirements for new interfaces.
Researching and analyzing financial data
Working with other programmers and reviewing technical design documents.
Testing and reconciling data, often using Microsoft Office
Documenting test issues and re-testing until bugs are worked out and data reconciles
Data warehousing (Creating Oracle tables and loading test files using Oracle SQL Loader.)
Writing Oracle procedures (PL/SQL) to refine the data and add other Managerial Reporting data including Transfer Pricing, Basel capital and other calculations
Sharing in monitoring month-end close activities, including over weekends as applicable
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Five to eight years of related experience in information systems technology
Strong analytical, mathematical, and problem-solving skills
Strong attention to detail and organization
Strong understanding of Financial and Business concepts.
Desire and ability to produce accurate, high-quality work
Proficiency in Microsoft desktop tools such as Excel and Access.
Working knowledge in SQL, SQL Loader, PL/SQL, and TOAD for Oracle.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and deliver results on aggressive deadlines.
Excellent communication skills – both written and oral.
Expertise in analytical and data profiling.
Experience in requirements and functional design analysis and system development life cycle.
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Salary range reflected is an estimate of base pay and is for the primary location. Base pay range may vary if an offer is made for work in a different location. Incentive opportunities are available for eligible positions. Pay Range: $81,345.00 - $95,700.00 - $105,270.00
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.