Scotiabank Business Analyst


Deadline: N/A


About the Role

-You can prepare Business Requirement documents, analyze data and access processes and procedures to deliver recommendations.
-You are passionate in new technologies and enjoy the challenges of working with Identity Access teams in implementing security controls to protect them.
-Working on different types of projects (from large complex to simple) is a part of your DNA.
-You love to collaborate with various business lines, IT support functions and IS&C Control functions.
-You are a strong supporter of a customer focused culture to deepen client relationships and leverage broader Bank relationships, systems and knowledge
-Build and maintain reporting dashboards to facilitate regular monitoring


  • 2+ years full cycle Business Analyst experience including performing business requirement documents, process workflows, use cases, user story, data analytics with metrics and preparing communications.

  • You possess advanced communication (verbal/written/presentation) skills as you actively speak to multiple stakeholders

  • 2+ years hands-on experience with the Microsoft suite of applications (i.e.: Visio, PowerPoint, excel), PowerBI, PowerShell an asset, scripting, pivot tables, MS Access

  • 2+ years hands experience with SailPoint Identity IQ (IIQ) and Security IQ (SIQ)

  • 2+ years experience in Information Security, Identity and Access Management and Identity Access Governance

  • Some knowledge on any version of Cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) – (Nice to have)

  • Post-secondary education in Computer Science or in a related field – (Nice to have)

  • Spanish speaking is a nice-to-have

About the Company

Scotiabank’s Information Security & Control (IS&C)’s Global Identity and Access Management group is responsible for development, management, and governance of Logical Access control to the Bank’s information systems. The Business Analysis & Reporting and Analytics team is a team within the Identity and Access Management group that focuses on supporting internal GIAM applications, teams and business partners from a BA perspective.