LoanIQ Project Analyst

Position: Permanent

Salary: up to £68,000

Location: London

Job ID: JA1409LIQ

Our client a tier 1 bank, is seeking an experienced Loans Administrator with solid LoanIQ experience to join a project team on a permanent basis to help implement LoanIQ.

Main Responsibilities of the LoanIQ Project Analyst:

  • Develops detailed IT work plans, schedules; project estimates, resource plans and status reports.
  • Interfaces with senior project staff and client senior management teams regarding status of projects.
  • Recommends and oversees process improvements.
  • Has considerable business impact through in-depth evaluation of complex business processes, system processes and industry standards.
  • Provides expertise in area and an advanced level of understanding of the principles of IT project leadership.
  • Possesses a comprehensive understanding of how own area and others (i.e., architecture or infrastructure) collectively integrate to contribute towards achieving business objectives.
  • Directly impacts the business by influencing strategic functional decisions through advice, counsel or provided services.
  • Acts as advisor or coach to new or lower level analysts; allocates work.
  • Provides in-depth and sophisticated analysis with interpretive thinking to define problems and develop innovative solutions.
  • Persuades and influences others through and comprehensive communication and diplomacy skills.
  • Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm’s reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.

Skills required of the LoanIQ Project Analyst:

  • 2 plus years of Loan IQ experience
  • Either Loans administration OR Loans agency experience
  • Project experience is desirable but not essential