If you relish working in an evolving environment, have a desire to work collaboratively amongst a wealth of talent and gain some great experience personally and professionally our organisation is a great place to be.
We will provide you with a great work environment and support by providing you with advanced systems to work on and great mentorship, which will give you an opportunity to gain experience and improve your skill sets.
You will get the opportunity to meet volunteers with similar interests, which will provide you with an opportunity to network and learn from other professionals.
Most importantly, if you volunteer with us for four months and beyond, we will provide you with Volunteering Certificate and references on your LinkedIn Profile
Become a Volunteer
Why volunteer with us?
Why volunteer with us?
volunteer you will make great professional contacts, expand your knowledge and develop your leadership skills.
Serving as a volunteer of IIBA Toronto Chapter will give you an opportunity to actively participate in the profession of Business Analysis, and to contribute to the development and future growth of the chapter in the Toronto area.
Additionally, as an IIBA volunteer you will make build and develop a strong sense of community, develop your networking and leadership skills, and build your brand within the Toronto BA community. Volunteer hours may be used for Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA®) or Certified Business Analysis Professional™(CBAP®) re-certification.
Tertiary qualified in IT related discipline.
Proven experience working as a Business Analyst with strong experience in Report Writing, Technical Writing and Content Writing.
A great team player with a proactive approach.
Hands-on and a sound understanding of online working tools, process improvement methodologies, related concepts and frameworks.
Attention to detail and good organisational skills.
Strong analytical, problem-solving and communication (documentation and writing) skills.
Strong interpersonal, consultative and stakeholder management skills.
Understanding of Agile concepts.
Identifying, analysing, and consolidating data for various projects.
Conduct research, sessions, and workshops to determine business requirements and then translate requirements into user stories.
Working with various stakeholders at Get2Know to identify the gaps and how changing business requirements may be delivered with existing solutions.
Enhancing business systems by providing accurate information about Get2Know needs and priorities and adopting contemporary analysis best-practice methodologies and processes.
Eliciting business process requirements by using a broad range of effective engagement techniques.
Creating a detailed business analysis, outlining problems, opportunities, and solutions to achieve Get2Know’s goals.
Providing suggestions on issues to all level audiences to enable informed business decisions and improvements.
Join Our Team
If you're interested in one of our open positions, start by applying here and attaching your resume.
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