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Business Systems Analyst- Annuities

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
About the Company:
Our client is a well-respected financial services client in the Boston area that is looking for a Business Systems Analyst to join their team. This person should be an energetic self-starter who is analytical and possesses good communication skills both verbal and written. They should have the ability to come in and hit the ground running.
They have a convenient location in beautiful Wellesley, MA.
About the Role:
There are multiple ongoing projects that this person would be exposed too. The candidate must have an in depth understanding of annuities.This candidate will be exposed to mainframe applications that are web based which handle our Policy Administration. Also, the right candidate will have a chance to work on our web-based applications which cover functionality like workflow and client-facing portals.
Projects in the pipeline:
- Data Works
- Web Space- building out an employee portal
- Production Work
- Enrollment Space- predictive modeling- Enhancing tools
Requirements:
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Business Analyst experience
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Experience definiting data requirements
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Experience with SQL
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Experience with Life Insurance and/or Annuitites
To apply OR speak to a recruiter today: Call Danielle 781-263-5260 or
The Bowdoin Group is always seeking new technical talent to staff project-based positions with our contracting clients. We work with companies throughout the greater Boston area in a variety of industries, providing them with just-enough, just-in-time workforce solutions for their technical projects and managing a seamless transition for our contractors between old and new projects. If you are a technical consultant in search of a new position, please reach out to us! We will be happy to work with you to locate the position that best matches your skills and personality.
Check out other positions we are looking to fill:
www.bowdoingroup.com
The Bowdoin Group is an equal opportunity employer.

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