I graduated with an Information Technology degree last year, and working in software QA now.
There is little interaction with the end-users.
How do I become a Systems Analyst (gaining experience in requirements’ gathering, training)?
I have a job offer now, on systems analysis, but the system under consideration was already developed late last year, so I am thinking that the systems analyst work would be quite diluted, since most of the time would be spent on end-user port and maintanence?
Or, if I have to accept another new systems analyst position, then I figure that it would be better to start somewhere where the job scope is near what a Systems Analyst does and also gain specialized knowledge in a particular industry.
How To Become A Systems Analyst
Any opportunity for getting systems analysis experience is extremely valuable, as this will help you distinguish your career as a Systems Analyst.
The position you have been offered will give you some opportunity to grow into a full-blown Systems Analyst.
It can serve as a door-opener for your career. After your have worked in that position for a while, perhaps you will be qualified or be ready to work on another Systems Analyst Job from scratch.