The first rule of a Business Analyst is to always tell the truth. We ask the uncomfortable questions, we get the awkward answers, we work sincerely to provide the best solutions to our clients' problems. A good Business Analyst is never alone, except when working on a specific task. A good Business Analyst is always in touch with people, their true needs and abilities
You will join a team of open, rational and goal-oriented people, who have a well-organized and transparent way of doing things. You will meet all relevant team members of the European and US teams, have your first projects assigned to you and begin self-directed work on them with support from another experienced Business Analyst soon after.
Your day will start from checking and prioritizing incoming information about business requirements for your projects. You will then catch up with your team in person or online in a daily SCRUM meeting. You will clarify what you will work on and whose input you will need for what.
Your workday will mostly consist of communicating with clients and team members, analyzing and documenting the information you receive and developing potential solutions in a calm and rational manner.
The work will be dynamic in that you will work and communicate a lot with different people in Europe and America who will ask questions and have different requests. However, it will be a matter of prioritizing and deprioritizing work daily in a clear, transparent manner that makes everyone's life easier, not a matter of putting out fires every other hour.
If you think you could be a great fit for our team, then don’t hesitate and apply for the position right now