Business Application Analyst (Trading) (Oil & Gas)

Recruit Specialists (RS)Singapore, SG2M ago

$3,800 - $8,500 a month


  • Gather business requirements and model business processes. Identify detailed issues on requirements,brokering decisions and achieving consensus.
  • Describe solutions at a functional level including key assumptions and dependencies as well as the impact of the changes to be delivered.
  • Provide functional specifications and business analysis studies for new projects and enhancements required.
  • Support the creation and execution of test strategies/cases.
  • Support technical resources involved in designing the solution to ensure full coverage of business processes and requirements.
  • Assist with change management activities including benefits realization planning, training and communications, and estimating level of effort involved in future phases.
  • Explore and understand new features and functionalities within existing trading systems, and recommend them to users.
  • Provide troubleshooting and support of day to day existing trading system queries/issues raised by users.


  • Degree in Information Technology or Computer Studies or related disciplines.
  • Expertise in Openlink, Amphora Symphony or other Trading Systems.
  • At least 5 years of experience in business applications analyst position.
  • Experience in specifying and writing functional specifications and business requirements for development teams is essential.
  • Exposure to key Front Office, Risk, Operations control & Back Office processes.
  • Knowledge of Mark to Market profiles backend computation.
  • Business knowledge on physical and paper commodities including oil and gas.
  • Experience in Project Management Life Cycle.
  • Business Intelligence Software and knowledge in Analytical Programs will be an added advantage.
  • Good verbal communication skills.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $3,800.00 to $8,500.00 /month


  • Trading System: 1 year (Preferred)


  • Singapore (Required)


  • Mandarin (Preferred)