A giant in financial media and reporting is looking for a new Business Analyst. The gig is a great one for a seasoned reporting wiz with a passion for personal wealth management.
You could build a killer spreadsheet before you could walk. You’ve taken input from diverse sources and put together an effective and accurate business plan. You’ve got experience crafting in-depth strategic decks and preparing polished reports for peers and executives alike. You’re an inveterate trend spotter and you know how to work that into your analysis day after day. You’ve got a passion for personal finance and watch CNBC for sport. In your current role, you’ve kept a keen eye on the competition and another on emerging opportunities. You thrive under pressure and can fly with minimal guidance if necessary, but work equally well on a team. You’re also more than just an executor: you’ve got the skills to create brilliant strategies, product road maps and project plans if asked.
This is a super-stealth personal wealth product with massive market implications. You’re going to be the one running the numbers and compiling spreadsheets and slides for decision makers, so be ready to point to successes you’ve had preparing great reporting in the past. Pivot Tables? Yes please. This is very much akin to a Business Analyst (B) gig at a management consulting firm: a lot of slide prep and using data to tell a compelling story. You’ll be working alongside another full-time Business Analyst (occasionally you’ll play tag-team while other times you’ll run point). The team is small, but the upside is massive.
A lot of BA positions are just reactive reporting gigs. Not this one. The right Gun for this position is more than just a numbers guy (or gal). You’re going to be doing a lot more than reporting here: there are major strategic and competitive analysis elements here, as well as larger exposure to the executive team. This is the chance to get ground-floor experience with an emerging product in a company with the brand strength to make it fly. An MBA is a super nice to have, as is start up experience at a technology company.
If you’re the kind of Business Analyst who loves strategy and prediction and have informed opinions on the personal wealth space, pitch us. We want to hear from you.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.