TORONTO, Feb. 4 /CNW/ - International Institute of Business Analysis
(IIBA(TM)), the professional association for Business Analysts, is launching
an online career center to help employers and job seekers better connect
during the global economic slow down.
"When hunting for talent with business analysis skills, the IIBA career
center offers employers the functionality of national job sites at more
reasonable costs," says IIBA president Kathleen Barret. "Since our members in
more than 80 chapters worldwide access the career center, employers can target
their search to the most qualified people in the field wherever they happen to
The IIBA career center allows recruiters to register online and start
posting jobs instantly. They can also search resumes posted by IIBA members.
"In today's economic climate it is more important than ever to ensure every
dollar is spent wisely," says Barret. "Qualified Business Analysts can help
organizations avoid costly mistakes by defining appropriate solutions before
resources are allocated."
The career center is located at www.theiiba.org/careers. It offers job
hunters a range of tools such as the option to search by company or
geographical area. Job seekers can also post their resumes and set up email
alerts to receive news about openings.
"It's a robust career site that provides Business Analysts with the best
tools available if they face possible cutbacks in their industries," says
About International Institute of Business Analysis
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA(TM)) is the
independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of
Business Analysis to the international business community. The organization is
comprised of more than 7500 members around the globe in fields ranging from
requirements management and requirements analysis to project management and
consulting. IIBA has chapters in over 40 countries worldwide and is committed
to maintaining standards for the practice of business analysis and for the
certification of practitioners. For more information, visit www.theiiba.org.
For further information:
For further information: Kathleen Barret, IIBA President, (416) 927-4432