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Business analysts must be good communicators. This means they can facilitate working meetings, ask good questions, listen to the answers, and absorb what’s being said. In today’s world, communication does not always happen face-to-face. The ability to be a strong communicator in a virtual setting (via conference calls or web meetings) is equally important. How many years of experience do you have communication with stakeholders and executives?
No project is without problems. In fact, the entire project is a solution to a problem. At the highest level, BAs facilitate a shared understanding of the problem, the possible solutions, and determine the scope of the project. You’ll also find BAs in the midst of facilitating teams to solve technical challenges, especially when they involve negotiation between multiple business or technical stakeholders. How many years of experience do you have solving technical challenges?
Business analysts are responsible for evaluating multiple options before helping a team settle on a solution. While discovering the problem to be solved, business analysts must listen to stakeholder needs but also critically consider those needs and ask probing questions until the real need is surfaced and understood. This is what makes critical thinking and evaluation skills important for new business analyst. How many years of experience do you have in asking probing questions to get business owners and stakeholders to provide you with requirements?
This position requires you to have 3-5 years of experience creating clear and concise documentation and gathering requirements. Do you have 3-5 years of experience in documentation and requirement gathering?
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On a scale from 1-5, how would you rate your negotiating skills?
Please define Agile.
What steps are required to develop a product from an idea?
What type of software or business analyst tools do you find useful to use to stay organized and gather requirements?
Do you have experience creating textual and visual models?
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On a scale from 1-5, how would you rate your ability to adapt and quickly adjust to change?
This position does not offer remote work. Can you be in the San Antonio, Texas office Monday - Friday during business hours?
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