Hiring kit: Computer systems analyst
Finding candidates with this conglomeration of distinct skills can make recruiting and hiring a qualified computer systems analyst much more complicated than filling other technical positions. This Hiring Kit for a computer systems analyst from TechRepublic Premium provides a documentation framework your hiring team can use to find the best candidates for an open position.
From the hiring kit:
DETERMINING FACTORS, DESIRABLE PERSONALITY TRAITS AND SKILLSETS
As an experienced professional trained in both the technical and the business side of operations, the computer systems analyst often acts as a management liaison, finding and implementing the most effective technical solutions based on data collected, cajoled and gleaned from business operations personnel. As a result, the best candidates for computer systems analyst must have exemplary technical and communication skills.
One of the primary roles a computer systems analyst plays within a business enterprise is that of change advocate. As technological innovation advances, new and improved ways of conducting business will become available. In many instances, businesses that show initiative and implement those new technologies first will earn a competitive advantage. A good computer systems analyst must be able to identify the opportunities, communicate the benefits to management, implement the strategic plan and measure its success.
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