Senior Problem Analyst
Thomson Reuters provides professionals with the intelligence, technology and human expertise they need to find trusted answers. We enable professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, and media markets to make the decisions that matter most, all powered by the world's most trusted news organization.
As a Senior Problem Analyst you will be responsible for quality of services and execution of all processes (e.g. ITIL) performed according to established global standards including but not limited to:
- Providing subject matter expertise within the discipline to ensure execution processes and to operations groups are supported and to resolve any anomalies
- Track and publish problem data to ensure problems are resolved quickly and effectively (Post Incident Reviews)
- Monitor progress on the resolution of Known errors and ensure appropriate entries are made to the Known Error Database
- Instigate forums with appropriate groups to conduct and drive Root Cause Analysis of service affecting problems, ensuring actions are delivered within agreed timescales
- Identify trends and potential problem sources, by reviewing multiple data sources in alignment with the 'Trend Analysis' process.
- Manages the execution of reactive and dedicated processes and activities required to design, implement, maintain, and improve the compliance and performance of operations processes.
- Understands business problems and opportunities in the context of the requirements and recommends solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals
- Ensures business objectives are identified, understood, and accounted for in the development of technology solutions.
- Typical responsibilities may include complex data mining, trend analysis, metric and report production, process maturity and compliance assessment, process flow charting, and iterative process activities
- Initiates and leads Service Improvement Projects (SIP); coordinates business-as-usual and ad hoc activities to improve service and/or reduce cost.
- Provides status updates and coordinates/facilitates meetings as needed
- Experience in an IT or Statistical role within a Global Organization.
- Good knowledge of MS-Windows OS, MS-Office, Reporting tools.
- Logical with strong analytical skills
- Strong statistical knowledge and data mining technique
- Excellent English language skills – understanding, speaking and writing
- Previous Incident Management or Problem Management experience a benefit
- Operations Management experience a benefit
- ITIL V3 Foundations a benefit.
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