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New Post 6/25/2009 5:29 PM
User is offline SeriousBA
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I am 23 yr. IT veteran (10 as a BA) and just got passed for a job that really appealed to me. I am trying to figure out how to find similar opportunities. This was a small company that was expanding its market by setting up regional sales teams (sometimes just one person) in new cities. They were also hiring BA’s at the same locations to support the sales team through pre & post sales and implementation. What really appealed to me was that this was a remote (work at home, travel to meet the client) position and the fact that you worked closely with sales. (They sell an enterprise social networking tool suite, but that is not critical. I would like something in the web arena.) How can I find similar positions? (Small, expanding companies placing sales supporting BA’s in new territories). BTW I am very willing to relocate. Thanks
 
New Post 6/30/2009 7:44 AM
User is offline Tom Miller, CSPO
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Re: How can I find ... 
Modified By Tom Miller, CSPO  on 10/13/2009 11:05:25 AM)

It probably won't help but you could register at guru.com and e-lance and offer yourself for that kind of position.  Since you can use a psuedonym it should be safe.

Another way is to setup resumes on www.dice.com or careerbuilder and use confidential listings where neither your resume or the listing exposes specific enough information to allow your employer to identify you. 

Tom Miller, CAPM

 
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