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Business Applications Analyst, Nicosia – BAA/10/19

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Type: Full time


Our client, a well-established group in retail is seeking to recruit a high calibre and motivated individual for the position of Business Application Analyst to join our dynamic IT Team.

What You Will Need to Do

  • Design, development testing and implementation of existing and new applications based on business units needs
  • Perform data validation and cleansing for various applications.
  • Have detailed knowledge of all the business applications and processes across the Group.
  • Ensure the smooth operation of all business applications, modules and processes as well as interfaces to other systems and applications.
  • Establish and monitor the implementation of appropriate data governance and protection policies practices for effective data quality monitoring improvement.
  • Maintain and periodically test the disaster recovery procedures.
  • Builds strong working relationships with the Business Units Heads to assist them in improving their understanding and use of the relevant software applications.
  • Produces business reports based on Business Units needs and provides support to users for understanding and using such reports.
  • Manage and respond to day-to-day incidents and user support (helpdesk) related to business applications.

The Qualifications You will need to have

  • BSc in, Computer Science, Software engineering or any other related field
  • At least 5 years’ experience in a similar position
  • Project Management experience
  • Very good knowledge Greek and English language
  • Very Good Communication Skills
  • Knowledge of scripting languages is considered an advantage
  • Very Good Organizing Skills
  • Very Good Analytical Skills
  • Ability to adapt and work well under pressure
  • Ability to work flexible schedule/hours


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