Content Analyst

Content Analyst

Job Description

Content Analysts typically take the lead on:

  • Adhere to change control procedures, data operations standards and current data policies and procedures.
  • Collaborate with international stakeholders to identify and meet client needs
  • Accountable for delivering high productivity and quality data.
  • Process and maintain real-time data accurately and in a timely manner onto databases using technical and financial knowledge.
  • Build up knowledge of financial regulations and market practices/conventions in relevant markets.
  • Maximize usage of available tools/support to best of advantage to maintain/improve content quality during daily operations.
  • Ensure data quality, accuracy, timeliness and completeness per company standards for the covered product/market.
  • Test and provide expert user feedback for new set of application and database releases

What it Takes to Be A Content Analyst:

Becoming a successful Content Analyst takes core business skills to advance the business perspective and contribute in a complex economy.

These skills include:

  • Candidate must possess a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Administration/Management, Accountancy or any Financial related course.
  • Dexterity to work in a team environment
  • Comfortable working in a fast paced environment as clients demand more real-time data exchange.
  • Understand financial statements and be able to explain to stakeholders
  • Must be willing to work on any shift (morning/mid/night shift)

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