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New Post 5/11/2008 12:01 PM
User is offline bluegirl
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New Job 

Hi,

I am BA  in a big international company and I am working in vertical markets - banking projects.

I am looking for a second job like BA, something like outsourcing or freelancer.

Thanks in advance.

D.

 
New Post 5/12/2008 12:32 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: New Job 

 bluegirlbg wrote

Hi,

I am BA  in a big international company and I am working in vertical markets - banking projects.

I am looking for a second job like BA, something like outsourcing or freelancer.

Thanks in advance.

D.

Hi D,

Recruiters often view the forums at ModernAnalyst.com so you might want to provide a bit more detail which might help a recruiter determine if you might be a good fit for their open positions:

  • Your level of business analysis experience (including tools, domain, etc.) -> You might consider attaching your resume,
  • Your geographical location aka in what area are you looking for positions,
  • Availability: since you are looking for a second/freelance job how many hours are you available per week and are you available to travel to the client's location (if so how often).
  • etc.

- Adrian


Adrian Marchis
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New Post 5/14/2008 1:26 PM
User is offline bluegirl
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Re: New Job 

Hi Adrian,

Thanks for your response!

I have 1 year experience like Business Analyst, I am involved in different project for monitoring, scoring and software delivery. I am in Europe.

I am available to work 20+ hours per week. I am familiar with SAS.

Thanks a lot,

D.

 
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