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Business Analist @Departement Financiën en Begroting



We are looking for a Business Analyst for the Accounting Services Center. In this role you will play an essential role in the further development of OraFin, their financial system. You will proactively look for opportunities to realize efficiency improvements and automation, and provide support to our clients where needed.

One of your key responsibilities will be to effectively identify customer needs and clearly translate them to the developers

In addition to understanding and translating customer needs, you will also be involved in supporting the development of new reports and customization of existing reports. You will ensure that the necessary documentation is created and updated, providing the development team with the right information to implement effective solutions.


  • Preferably a degree in Economics, Commercial or Financial Sciences, Commercial Engineering, Computer Science or Applied Computer Science, but other relevant Master's degrees will also be considered (e.g. Master's degree in Mathematics with experience in the field).
  • Experience in a similar position and a relevant industry.
  • Experience in business analysis.
  • Experience in setting up and monitoring information systems, data management and conversion, and designing/assessing data models.
  • Experience with project and planned development of business applications.
  • Experience performing a bridge function between the vendor and the business.
  • Experience in financial or accounting analysis.
  • Experience with OAS (Oracle Analytics Server) or Oracle Financials, or other BI tools.


  • Reliable and "secure" employer: The Flemish Government is known as a reliable and stable employer
  • Social commitment: Working at the VO offers the opportunity to have a positive impact on society and contribute to social causes.
  • Diversity of tasks and subject areas: The DCB offers a wide range of tasks and subject areas, this provides a dynamic work environment and the opportunity to develop new skills.
  • Modern work environment and tools: The DCB offers a modern work environment with modern hardware and software tools. This allows employees to work with efficient and advanced technologies, contributing to a productive work environment.
  • Flexible working and healthy work-life balance: The DCB offers many opportunities for working from home and strives for a healthy work-life balance. There will be a lot of training at the beginning of employment, but in practice, you will usually work in the office once a week, with at least three days on site at the beginning.
  • Experienced management team and clear strategy: The DCB is led by an experienced management team that has a clear strategy for the future. This provides employees with stability, direction and opportunities for professional growth and development.
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development: As part of a large organization, the DCB offers several opportunities for the personal and professional growth of employees. Depending on individual ambitions, opportunities over time include holding a specialist role as a functional analyst and/or technical analyst, fulfilling a role as a project leader, advancing to a team head position, or fulfilling an analytical role at another DCB service


Amon is the exclusive recruitment partner for this role at the DFB. Interested? Contact Zoë Deswaef: or 0478 37 07 07.

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Functional Analyst, Business Analyst / Business Consultant

Business Analist @Departement Financiën en Begroting

The main task of the Finance and Budget Department is to support the Minister responsible for Finance and Budget and the Flemish Government in the preparation of financial, budgetary and fiscal policy, as well as in directing policy implementation. They strive for diligence, legality, substantiation, proactivity and integrity in their work.

Some key responsibilities of the department include:

  • General policy support: They provide financial, budgetary and fiscal support and advice to the minister and the Flemish government.
  • Budget preparation and monitoring: They prepare and monitor the multi-year budget and annual budget through budget agreements. They ensure that relevant data on budget execution and accounting are reliable, correct, complete and timely.
  • Cash and debt management: They manage the cash position of the Flemish government, including long-term debt and guarantees granted by the Flemish government.
  • Accounts and annual accounts: They prepare the general account of the legal entity Flemish Community, audit and/or prepare annual accounts for Flemish legal entities, and deal with comments from the Court of Audit.

The Finance and Budget Department plays a crucial role in ensuring sound financial management and providing the Flemish government with reliable policy information.

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