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IT Business Analyst Interview

IT Business Analyst
Jacksonville, FL

The process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Medtronic in November 2010.

Interview Details – 1-Applied online through Career section (found job on the job board)
2-Was contacted about their interest in my resume
3-Was sent an E-screen to fill out (more details on what your're looking for, career growth, salary, travel, relocation etc)
4Set up with phone interview with Talent Aquisition Recruiter
5-Set up with phone intervew with one of the employees (Team lead/manager)
6-Set up a flight for a 1:1/group interview
7-Interview was 5 hours long back to back with managers, HR, and VP of the IT depart for Surgical Tech.
8-Also included a Business Case Assessment; kind of like a case study
9-Followed up with recruiter, provided feedback on interview process and gave information for next steps
10-Said they are putting together an offer and a start date

-A LOT of behavioral questions and explanation of life/work situations and how you reacted/resolved them.
-Be honest about your ability but make sure you mention your potential and ambition for career growth and skill deveopment
-They want to see if you value teamwork, responsibility, accountability, and if you can fit in with the company culture and are very passionate about the company mission
-you MUST know the background of the company
-Dont "Wing It". Be educated and prepared

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Negotiation Details – No negotiations. They do their best to honor your salary range indicated on the E-screen. However, they will offer their best competitive salary based on your skill level, and experience. If you must relocate, they will provide a relocation package.

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