This position is located within the Migrations Functional Team at FNZ and has responsibilities for the development and maintenance of the company’s Migration Engine capability.
The role involves working with big data, developing, maintaining and supporting the Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) packages. Reporting to the Migration Team Lead, you will work as an integral part of the team, analysing requirements before designing & implementing solutions.
This role is technical and focused on providing long term solutions. The data model and data population routines are a critical part of the migration process so accuracy and attention to detail are important characteristics.
Training on necessary tools will be given as part of the new role.
FNZ is a global financial technology and asset servicing provider which powers the wealth management, administration and custodian platforms for some of the world's leading financial institutions. These customers include life insurers, retail and private banks, asset and wealth managers and financial adviser groups based across the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
We believe that enhancing client engagement, lowering costs, delivering a seamless service and enabling personal solutions are key to helping people achieve their financial goals. We partner with major financial institutions to enable them to provide wealth management services to their clients across direct, intermediated and workplace channels that reflect these principles.
We develop long-term partnerships with our customers to enable them to get to market quickly with a market-leading digital proposition, transform their customer service offering and grow assets under management across multiple distribution channels.
Our customers include AMP, ANZ, Aviva, AXA Wealth, Bank of New Zealand, Fideuram Vita, HSBC, Mercer, National Australia Bank, HSBC, Santander, Santander Asset Management, Standard Life, UBS and Zurich. In all we partner with 42 institutional customers worldwide.
FNZ employs over 1,000 people with offices in Edinburgh, London, Bristol, Brno (Czech Republic), Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne and Wellington.