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acADDemICT track: Junior Business Analyst

Belgium

YOUR FUNCTION:

 

What does a day in a BA’s life look like?

The most important for you is to make sure that your customer's business vision is clear and well documented. You strive to provide business value... You make sure that the various business and technical teams are aligned with a realistic scope and common understanding. You gather and analyze requirements.

  • You create, fine-tune and enhance business processes. Your focus is on the value that will be created by your work.
  • You're a change enabler, capable of getting a deep understanding of the business. You then optimize processes and guide your stakeholders through the change process.
  • You translate the vision and scope into a workable solution for your business
  • You follow up on incidents, report on progress and propose solutions using workshops and showcases, obviously using best practices, which you'll all learn during our 2 month acADDemICT training program.
  • You understand that the team is bigger than the individual.

 

What does it take to be a Business Analyst?

Maybe it's obvious, but having a can-do attitude is the key to success! As a sparring partner it's important to continuously challenge and make a difference for the business. Sometimes this involves playing the devil's advocate!

In addition, it's important to be committed and result-oriented. Getting comfortable with process modelling and UML is indispensable. That's exactly what our acADDemICT program is for!

 

What’s the atmosphere amongst our colleagues like?

You work together with an open-minded group of colleagues; a group rich with a variety of personalities, backgrounds and work experience. We encourage growth, provide coaches to support you on your day to day activities and offer you a large knowledgebase on various methodologies.

 

YOUR PROFILE:

Who can apply for the acADDemICT Business Analyst program?

  • You have a bachelor or master degree (ICT, economical, scientific, (bio-)medical,….)
  • You have a driver’s license B
  • You are fluent in Dutch or French
  • You can start on 1 September 2022

 

OUR OFFER:

A last question… Why should You work for Inetum-Realdolmen?

Depending on your background (technical, economical, scientific, (bio-)medical,….), we will search for the best fit role in our organization together. ICT knowledge is a nice to have, a curiosity for ICT and an eager-to-learn attitude is a must have. We will take care of you by giving you the best suited training- and coaching trajectory.

We offer you:

  • The opportunity to make a difference
  • A dynamic and stimulating environment with challenging missions and projects
  • The chance to cooperate with a team of specialists and a network of partners
  • Extensive tools to support you in your daily work
  • Several career opportunities in line with your expertise and interests
  • An attractive salary package with extensive benefits

 

If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact me (Erik De Romagnoli) on my phone number: 02/801 54 31.

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Industriezone Zenneveld
A. Vaucampslaan 42
1654 Huizingen

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