A Day in The Life
In this role you’ll be responsible to identify, interpret and translate business requirements into actionable results. Because Hyfen creates solutions for the entire pension ecosystem this means that you have to connect and communicate with a lot of different people and parties. Your expertise is the input for discussions with designers, legal specialists, enterprise architects and software developers and you’ll be responsible to document these into clear and structured product requirements. You will have a key responsibility in defining and delivering on Hyfens innovative and unique product roadmap, shaping the future of pensions.
Concretely we’ll expect you to:
- Identify and document product requirements
- Collaborate with our clients, partners and suppliers
- Interact with business, legal, risk/compliance/security and technical colleagues
- Document product definitions and requirements in a structured way
We work flexibly, currently as a distributed team working largely from home due to the COVID crisis. In the future, we’ll expect you to be working with us in our Amsterdam or Heerlen offices (while remaining flexible with plenty of working from home possible).
On day one, we’ll expect you to:
- Have a proven track record as a business analyst / architect in the Dutch pension ecosystem
- Be able to independently identify, assess and document product requirements in a structured way
- Have knowledge of risk, IT-security, compliance and assurance frameworks
The Cherry on top
You’d really stand out if you have experience with:
- Proven track record in a multi-stakeholder product development team
- Experience in agile software development environment
- Up to date knowledge on Microsoft Azure stack
- Previous responsibility for designing/implementing/monitoring of risk and/or compliance and/or security frameworks
We are looking for someone with a heart for the pension domain that likes to work in a modern, fast paced and entrepreneurial environment. A colleague that brings a lot experience and ‘common sense’ when it comes to pension expertise, but who likes to be challenged by a ‘what if’ and ‘why not’ mindset that is not widely found in the pension industry.