Trainee Content Analyst - Japanese Language Specialist

ROLE PURPOSE

What is the primary purpose of this role? How does it contribute to the achievement of overall business objectives?

  • Responsible for database administration and sourcing of exchange and contributed data.
  • Working with other staff, begin to own the contributor relationship between Thomson Reuters and the local exchange, contributor or data supplier for day to day operations.
  • Ensuring that relevant information is maintained and delivered in an accurate and timely manner.
  • The position is within Data Operations which supports data across Thomson Reuters products and services.

RESPONSIBILITIES

What are the primary responsibilities and accountabilities of this role?

  • Process and maintain data accurately and in a timely manner onto databases using technical and financial knowledge for Japan.
  • Translate the content from Japanese to English where required.
  • Communicate & liaise with internal and external departments for resolution of data queries.
  • Developing expertise in data related issues. 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 new database/application releases where appropriate, providing expert user feedback.
  • Support specific projects, as assigned by manager.
  • Adhere to change control procedures, data operations standards and current data policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for delivering high productivity and quality data.
  • Proactively identify and resolve data problems.

SCOPE & IMPACT

Describe financial responsibilities (e.g. budget, revenue, OI, gross sales etc). What is the business impact and geographic scope of role? Detail people management responsibilities? (include typical team size).

  • Provide accurate and timely data for Thomson Reuters products within defined metric criteria.
  • The primary scope is around Japan market and Japanese content but is not limited to Japan/Japanese language markets.
  • Responsible for assigned market data within defined region.
  • Works with project team members for projects of small to medium scope.
  • Accountable for the quality of own work, delivered within agreed time-frames and quality standards.
  • Quality of work is regularly reviewed by manager to ensure it is delivered within the parameters of timeliness, accuracy and completeness.
  • Decisions taken are made within guidelines set by the manager.
  • Receives direct guidance and supervision in day to day work.

TECHNICAL / PROFESSIONAL SKILLS & COMPETENCIES

What are the critical skills that a successful incumbent would possess: e.g. fluent in German, expert at unbiased writing, expert decision maker, working knowledge of risk management, basic awareness of investment banking, expert at mitigating conflict.

  • Effectively communicate both internally & externally.
  • Proficiency in speaking and writing English. A second language may also be required, depending on what market is supported and must be able to speak and translate financial terms.
  • Should be able to work under pressure. There would be a need to over-stretch during the busy season to manage volumes.
  • Understanding of Financial Markets Analytical and detail-oriented.
  • Basic computer knowledge is mandatory, such as Microsoft Office.
  • See Content Competencies on the Learning Link for additional information on expectations/knowledge requirements.

RELATIONSHIPS: INTERNAL / EXTERNAL

What are the important relationships that strongly influence success? How critical is the customer relationship?

  • Analysts need to liaise very closely with team members, Quality Analyst, with more senior team members within organization as well as helpdesk associates.
  • Build relationships with sources and third party data providers.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT: The Candidate should be proficient in Japanese Language Skills to Read and Write. The candidate should also have completed at least level 4 exam/ certification

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