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User is offline Rona McSeveny
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Anyone looking for (British) BA's in New York? 

Hi

I am a Business Analyst with several years' experience working with fortune 500 and mid-sized companies on business improvement and ERP projects.  I progressed to BA after working as a an ERP software trainer for a London-based consultancy firm.

I've worked all over Europe and on a couple of projects in the US on a transfer visa which has now expired.  I'm currently based in the UK as a UK citizen with my own limited company and am looking for firms willing to sponsor me to work as a BA in a New York based role.  (My company consists of myself as the only director , shareholder and employee). 

Any advice, tips, guidance would be very appreciated

many thanks!

 
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