AnalystIn

Berufsbereiche: Büro, Wirtschaft, Finanzwesen und Recht
Ausbildungsform: Schule
∅ Einstiegsgehalt: € 1.720,- bis € 2.070,- * Arbeitsmarkttrend: sinkend
* Die Gehaltsangaben entsprechen den Bruttogehältern bzw Bruttolöhnen beim Berufseinstieg. Achtung: meist beziehen sich die Angaben jedoch auf ein Berufsbündel und nicht nur auf den einen gesuchten Beruf. Datengrundlage sind die entsprechenden Mindestgehälter in den Kollektivverträgen (Stand: Juli 2018). Eine Übersicht über alle Einstiegsgehälter finden Sie unter www.gehaltskompass.at. Die Mindest-Löhne und Mindest-Gehälter sind in den Branchen-Kollektivverträgen geregelt. Die aktuellen kollektivvertraglichen Lohn- und Gehaltstafeln finden Sie in den Kollektivvertrags-Datenbanken des Österreichischen Gewerkschaftsbundes (ÖGB) und der Wirtschaftskammer Österreich (WKÖ).

Berufsbeschreibung

AnalystInnen verarbeiten Informationen, um daraus Prognosen abzuleiten. Sie sind meist auf eine bestimmte Branche oder bestimmte Unternehmen spezialisiert. Dabei werten sie beispielsweise Geschäftsberichte aus und analysieren die Daten. Anhand der Ergebnisse treffen sie Aussagen, etwa zur Wirtschaftlichkeit eines Unternehmens. AnalystInnen sind auch im Bereich Aktien und Wertpapiere tätig. Hier stellen sie für AnlegerInnen verschiedene Anlagemöglichkeiten, wie Unternehmensbeteiligungen, Wertpapiere oder Fonds, zusammen und geben Empfehlungen zur Bewertung von Aktien ab. Typische Tätigkeiten sind z.B.:

  • Daten sammeln und analysieren
  • Aktienmärkte beobachten
  • Kursentwicklungen verfolgen
  • Risiken einschätzen
  • Erträge prognostizieren und optimieren
  • Empfehlungen abgeben
  • ab 26.04.2021
    Buy-in from project participants is essential As a project manager or business analyst, professionally facilitating your projects and workshops to get all your team members onboard and pulling together is your key to success. Effective facilitation means developing a range of skills, methods and tools in cross-functional environments. This is a key factor to producing high-quality thinking, finding innovative solutions and increasing collaboration within your team. Clear objectives with all participants working towards a common goal are key to successful project management. Make your meetings more efficient and productive! Optimize your project management meeting skills with principles, practices and tools in order to encourage participation and ownership in your team. You’ll learn to identify principles, practices and tools for effectively chairing and facilitating your project management meetings. You’ll also develop a framework for designing effective meetings in order to get that buy-in from your team participants. Management tools you receive:
  • Facilitating and chairing basics - get participant buy-in
  • The three phases of effective facilitation for project management
  • Interpersonal and moderation skills - to handle dominant participants
  • Business meeting planning document - keep on track
  • Impartiality & summarizing - two powerful tools to help lead a meeting effectively
  • Negotiation basics - overview of principles to effective negotiation
Ziele:
  • You’ll reach sustainable decisions that underscore ownership by all PM team participants.
  • There’ll be increased teamwork within formal and informal working sessions with all members pulling in the same direction.
  • You’ll hold more effective PM meetings that save time, expand options and generate better results.
  • Create a more positive meeting atmosphere.
  • Zielgruppe:
    Management, corporate representatives and anyone who needs to make their negotiations more effective and productive, for example: department and division heads, high potentials or project managers.

    Institut:
    WIFI Wien

    Wo:
    WIFI Wien Währinger Gürtel 97 1180 Wien

    Wann:
    26.04.2021 - 29.04.2021

  • ab 05.11.2020
    Buy-in from project participants is essential As a project manager or business analyst, professionally facilitating your projects and workshops to get all your team members onboard and pulling together is your key to success. Effective facilitation means developing a range of skills, methods and tools in cross-functional environments. This is a key factor to producing high-quality thinking, finding innovative solutions and increasing collaboration within your team. Clear objectives with all participants working towards a common goal are key to successful project management. Make your meetings more efficient and productive! Optimize your project management meeting skills with principles, practices and tools in order to encourage participation and ownership in your team. You’ll learn to identify principles, practices and tools for effectively chairing and facilitating your project management meetings. You’ll also develop a framework for designing effective meetings in order to get that buy-in from your team participants. Management tools you receive:
  • Facilitating and chairing basics - get participant buy-in
  • The three phases of effective facilitation for project management
  • Interpersonal and moderation skills - to handle dominant participants
  • Business meeting planning document - keep on track
  • Impartiality & summarizing - two powerful tools to help lead a meeting effectively
  • Negotiation basics - overview of principles to effective negotiation
  • Ziele:
  • You’ll reach sustainable decisions that underscore ownership by all PM team participants.
  • There’ll be increased teamwork within formal and informal working sessions with all members pulling in the same direction.
  • You’ll hold more effective PM meetings that save time, expand options and generate better results.
  • Create a more positive meeting atmosphere.
  • Zielgruppe:
    Management, corporate representatives and anyone who needs to make their negotiations more effective and productive, for example: department and division heads, high potentials or project managers.

    Institut:
    WIFI Wien

    Wo:
    WIFI Wien Währinger Gürtel 97 1180 Wien

    Wann:
    05.11.2020 - 06.11.2020