After 29 years, my position (Business Systems Analyst) is being eliminated due to outsourcing.
Coaching on how to discover your passion for business analysts
The old saying, “when one door shuts another one opens” may sound a bit trite until you’re looking face-to-face with a closed door and cannot figure out how to open up a new one.
You’ve done the job of business systems analyst for several years, and you’ve presumably done it well.
But, now it has ended.
Hello my coach (sounds so nice). I am been IT for about 15 years and need top get out as soon as yesterday.
I have reached the ceiling now – but I would like to be a team leader or a manager but to do something challenging.
So I decided that I would like to do a Business Analyst job – something that is different and beside it is lacking here in my department.
Can you tell more about BA`s job description, please? Thank you so much. Have a good day,
What is the best method or path is in order to transition out of my background and into a B.A. position while trying to correctly display my skills on my resume and also which industry(ies) I am targeting.
The best method or path to transition into a business analyst position
When pursuing a Business Analyst position, first focus on learning the skills that a business analyst uses.
Master these skills, and then get as much hands-on experience as you can. With the skills and experience added, it will then be time to polish your resume and get a job as a Business Analyst.
I want to get my foot on the ladder and get my very 1st business analyst job.
I have even considered working voluntarily but such jobs are hard to come by.
How To Get Your First Business Analyst Job
Getting your foot on the ladder to climb into your very first business analyst job requires taking one step at a time till you reach your goal.
The good news is that the ladder is fairly short, containing six rungs to step upon in order to be lifted up into a business analyst position.