IT Business Analysts give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The IT Business Analysts happiest with their jobs are employed by MetLife with an average rating of 0.0 while the IT Business Analysts least happy with their jobs work for Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. with an average rating of 2.3.Submit a Review
"The analysis of an organization or business domain (real or hypothetical) and documentation of a business or processes or systems, assessing the business model or its integration with technology is really exciting. I don't hate anything, this is the career path I've chosen because I love my job"
"Love talking with the client and meeting their needs. Dislike - not very challenging."
"I believe my largest contributions in this role were the Excel-based program I developed to assist with Manual testing of a LIMS and development of an Automated testing regime, the framework I developed for a scheduled database update for the newest federal guidelines on how to recommend drug treatments, and extensive employee surveys I conducted on application usage."
"I love being a project manager and a business analyst because it allows me to provide solutions. One of a kind solutions that have a direct correlation on the success of the business. It's a passion that you have to have to succeed. We help people every day build better long lasting solutions for their business. I plan on being in this line of work for a long time."
"There is nothing I dislike about IT Business Analyst position. I find the position rewarding because I find many ways to save the company a lot of money by just creating/implementing new policies and procedures that are very basic concepts. Monitoring expenditures in Operations, securing data, implementing strategies, creating reports, finding ways to make things run more efficient. I enjoy working with various software applications and being the GoTo person for training, support and expertise!"
"I am by nature a problem solver and teacher. I am one who enjoys the creative process. The IT business analyst provides me the opportunity to fulfill all of these virtues."
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"Had ownership over work, held responsible, and had a very fun culture."
What do you like about working at Chesapeake Energy?
"This company was growing very quickly in a very short amount of time during the 5 years I worked there. There were always multiple projects going on and I thrived on the constant drive to get things done and the excitement of the IT department. We were well rewarded for hard work and were given ownership of what we worked on. The environment was fun, unique, and one of the best companies in Oklahoma City to work for. I was always learning something and always being challenged and was giving the chance for training to further my business analyst skills."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Be personable, be outgoing, and show off your skills. Its a great company to work for!"
What don't you like about working at Chesapeake Energy?
"At times, there were unrealistic goals the business held you to and corners had to be cut to reach the goals. Once the business realized the solution wasn't as desired, we would have to do rework which i'm sure happens everywhere."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Some management was micromanagers and I would like to tell them that people work better when they aren't micro managed. Overall, management was very helpful and great."
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