Advancing global markets
starts with great people.

 

Join the largest (and only) exchange operator in the Fortune 500.

 

"Our people, who are our greatest
asset, make what we do possible."
- Jeffrey Sprecher, CEO

 

Help transform markets anywhere around the globe.

 

Data Analyst (Fixed Term - Part Time)

📁
Operations
📅
19000679 Requisition #
Job Purpose

ICE is looking for motivated, results-oriented people and is committed to providing a comprehensive and competitive benefits package to ensure employees' health, well-being and financial security.

Intercontinental Exchange has an opportunity for a Data Analyst for Japanese Language within its ICE Data Services business. This role is Fixed term, part time and available in Melbourne Australia.

Responsibilities
  • Database(s) - understand, navigate and update relevant databases
  • Quality – maintain quality including data checks, spin offs/reports, and assisting in answering internal queries
  • Workflow – understand how own work fits into the workflow of the team/department and adapt to changes as they occur
  • Accuracy - Strong focus on data
Knowledge and Experience
  • Secondary/High School education required, bachelor degree or equivalent preferred
  • Business English, plus fluency (reading, writing, speaking) in Japanese language
  • Strong skills in the following areas
    • Interpersonal
    • Verbal and written communication
    • Strong PC skills including Microsoft Office, internet use, e-mail applications
    • Detail orientation
  • Logical approach to problem solving
  • Team orientation – both globally and locally within IDCO and in particular CDO
  • Shift flexibility - available to work flexibly on shifts from 09am to 11pm

Previous Job Searches

My Profile

Create and manage profiles for future opportunities.

Go to Profile

My Submissions

Track your opportunities.

My Submissions

Similar Listings

Australia, VIC, Southbank

📁 Operations

Requisition #: 19000730

Follow Us:
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • Snapchat
  • LinkedIn