Are you good at analyzing and solving problems?

Business Analyst


Business Analysts are responsible for bridging the gap between business users, technology stakeholders, and the Project Manager. They also gather information, document processes, and confirm the final documents with users.

Key responsibilities often include:

  • Leading reviews of business processes and developing optimization strategies
  • Effectively communicating your insights and plans to cross-functional team members and management
  • Ability to explain difficult concepts to non-technical users

Data Analyst


Data Analysts aim to take raw or unstructured data and develop analyses that produce easily digestible results that executives and others can use to make decisions.

Key responsibilities often include:

  • Working with business stakeholders to understand the structure, policies, and operations of the client’s business
  • Maintaining the integrity of project data, including data extraction, storage, manipulation, processing, and analysis
  • Facilitating change management and obtaining buy-in across multiple departments to improve business processes

Are you a natural leader?

Project Manager / Scrum Master


Project Managers and Scrum Masters are natural leaders who have excellent planning, coaching, and organizational skills. They are also team players who are highly effective at managing working relationships, while ensuring projects achieve stated outcomes through strong team collaboration.

Key responsibilities often include:

  • Collaborating effectively with senior Project Managers / Leaders in the planning, execution, and implementation of projects
  • Managing project constraints, reducing risk, and encouraging open communication between team members
  • Ensuring projects achieve stated outcome through strong team collaboration and managing working relationship

Are you great at creating clarity?

Process Analyst


Process Analysts are analytical thinkers with great interpersonal communication skills. They create operational efficiency and close compliance gaps by documenting and implementing critical process improvements.

Key responsibilities often include:

  • Identifying, designing, and implementing process enhancements
  • Monitoring, measuring, and providing feedback on process performance
  • Facilitating process workshops that involve eliciting process requirements and liaising with users
  • Applying their knowledge of business process modelling notations (BPMN, EPC, BPEL) to documenting processes

Systems Analyst


Crew212 Systems Analysts analyze the effectiveness of software, hardware, and IT systems that fit the business needs of their client.

Key responsibilities often include:

  • Acting as a liaison between the Business and Technology sides of the client
  • Analyzing, modeling, and documenting project requirements throughout the project life cycle
  • Supporting the development of training and implementation materials for post-implementation support