Senior Analyst - Data Management

  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Location: Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  • Job Type: Full time
  • Company: Fidelity International

Working within the Data Management team, the analyst role will be expected to assist with the daily maintenance and set-up of data necessary to support Fidelity's wide range of onshore and offshore funds.

Department Description

ISFA Data Management is responsible for defining, maintaining and managing security reference and fund data within Reference Data Service and Product Hub and its integrated systems environment. This involves liaising with operational and front office areas throughout Fidelity's global operations. There are currently in excess of 2,500 funds and 190,000 securities which require co-ordination of information flows for Investment Management and middle office Fidelity systems

Purpose of your role

The Senior Analyst will be expected to assist with the following duties:

  • Daily checking and updating static Fund data on Product Hub, reviewing and investigating queries related to data issues.
  • Assist with the daily creation & maintenance of funds data using Input forms from different Fidelity teams, or other reference sources.
  • Reacting to internal requests and investigating, reviewing and data research using various sources
  • Ensure that the department meets daily internal/external deadlines
  • Adherence to departmental procedures
  • Maintain systems and collate information that provides MIS information internally.
  • Ensure external price distribution recipients receive correct fund price information and investigate queries
  • Dealing with global custodian banks and their sub agents to obtain settlement information required to update the Alert system.
  • Building new funds and securities within product hub and Invest 1 and dependent systems
  • Assist in testing/ implementation of projects which will impact the department as when needed

Key Responsibilities

Team Working

  • Recognises own needs and asks for support from appropriate sources
  • Proactively support colleagues
  • Shares own knowledge and learning with colleagues
  • Builds and maintains positive working relationships with colleagues
  • Conducts relationships with others in a way that is consistent with FIL IA values
  • Demonstrates a cultural awareness by adapting style that is sensitive to the local environment
  • Supports and commits to decisions reached within the team
  • Adapts approach and style to match different and changing circumstances to work effectively with people


  • Ensures that all work submitted is accurate
  • Communicates information fully and accurately
  • Clarifies with manager if unsure what is expected of them, to ensure the task is delivered correctly
  • Follows agreed and established procedures

Planning and Organising

  • Looks ahead to what is required the next day and prepares thoroughly in advance
  • Diarises reminders to ensure deadlines are met
  • Manages time to ensure work is completed each day

Delivers Results

  • Aims to complete all critical tasks within the deadline each day
  • Has a "can do" approach and is prepared to work extra hours as required to meet deadlines
  • Works steadily and efficiently throughout the day, maintaining good levels of concentration, even when unsupervised
  • Takes the necessary time to produce quality work rather than rushing to finish work on time
  • Takes responsibility for own mistakes highlighting them immediately so they can be resolved
  • Learns from experience and takes responsibility for correcting own errors
  • Highlights areas where working practices can be improved and looks for solutions

Experience and Qualifications Required

  • Preferable previous Data Management experience - 2 years minimum
  • Extensive knowledge of different Fund styles (OEIC, SICAV, Unit Trusts, Share Classes etc)
  • Proven ability to communicate and work with all levels of personnel
  • Understanding of the features and characteristics of equity, fixed income and derivative instruments
  • Technical expertise -
  • Industry knowledge -
  • Company knowledge -
  • Projects experience
  • N2 compliant - Willingness to study to become T&C Competent

Great minds, better together.

Fidelity International is an equal opportunities employer and is commited to a policy of treating all its employees and job applications equally.