Credit & Portfolio Analyst 4 (SQL Developer) Citi

Description

Credit & Portfolio Analyst 4/SQL Developer

Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain Collateral Risk Management Workflow System (CARMA) data table structures.
  • Develop and maintain the SQL and .net code that drives CARMA processes, workflows, and rules; including appropriate documentation.
  • Maintain application source code and releases in Citi approved version control software.
  • Maintain CARMA compliance with Citi data standards.
  • Create ad-hoc reports and data analysis as needed for business analytics.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve CARMA user and/or system issues in coordination with Citi IT and support channels.
  • Manage the change control and approval process for CARMA releases through Service Now.
  • Oversee rollouts of CARMA releases during evening and weekend user downtime.
  • Work with the Software Process Management Team to perform Annual Data Quality Reviews and maintain accurate documentation of the CARMA in Citi application tracking systems.
  • Perform yearly application security reviews with BISO team.
  • Regularly review user accounts, roles and entitlements.
  • Perform annual review of CoB data in CoBTrac and participate in CoB meetings and exercises.

Qualifications / Requirements

  • BS or equivalent degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • 5+ years of relevant experience
  • Strong experience with .NET Framework, building web applications
  • Ability to pick up new technologies, solve complex technical problems and multitask
  • Strong experience with SQL Server and relational databases, including experience with SSIS and SSRS
  • Solid Design and Software life cycle experience in developing Enterprise class software
  • Strong team player with excellent partnership skills
  • Experience with Agile practices such as Scrum, XP/TDD, etc. is a plus
  • Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

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