Careers in information and communication technology fields include a variety of roles and tasks associated with planning, researching, installing and monitoring the performance of ICT systems and transmissions. ICT support technicians assist with planning and installing ICT hardware and systems and repair any damages or defects. Sales professionals in the ICT industry provide information and sell ICT hardware, systems and services on behalf of ICT companies. ICT trainers develop training programs and user guides to assist customers and clients operate systems. ICT business and systems analysts evaluate and develop technology systems to help businesses run at optimal standards and ICT managers direct and oversee the operations and facilitation of ICT services in companies and organisations.
ICT professionals should have technical expertise in computer systems, hardware and networks, and should have exceptional problem solving and analytical abilities to diagnose and repair defects or malfunctions in the system. Individuals in the ICT field should have natural interest and capabilities with ICT programs and information computer systems. They should be able to grasp large amounts of information and be able to quickly learn and adapt to new technologies and advances in the field. Individuals wanting to get into the field should complete a Bachelors degree in related ICT studies and gain hands-on experience.
IT professionals enjoy considerable demand on a global basis.
You can view the latest jobs and career opportunities available in the IT industry on Careers.Global below.
Information Services Manager (Ref: 5934)
Full Time – 37.5 hours per week
Band 7- Salary Range £37,570 - £44,688 per annum
Plus Distant Islands Allowance of £1,841 per annum
Relocation Assistance of up to £8000 available