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Your IT job questions, answered

What roles and opportunities are available for IT professionals?

Right now, there’s huge demand for experienced, ambitious and skilled professionals with strong technical skillsets. From AI and machine learning to cloud computing and the IoT, new advances in technology are vital to organisations’ growth and success.
 
We are seeing almost constant demand for data analysts and scientists, software developers, cyber security experts, infrastructure architects, CRM professionals, automation and cloud experts as well as project and change managers.
 
Leadership professionals with a proven track-record are also highly sought across all industries, as digital transformation continues to take centre stage at many organisations, and tech leaders increasingly have a seat at the decision-making table.

Are both permanent and contractor roles available within tech?

Yes – with the size and scale of digital transformation projects occurring at most enterprises, across the public and private sectors, and a huge range of start-ups and scale-up looking to take their product to market and secure more investment, there are a huge number of exciting opportunities for permanent tech employees and contractors alike.
 
So, whatever your skillset, experience and ambitions, now is a great time to look ahead to the next stage of your career.

What are the most important skills for an IT professional to have?

You will need technical skills and understanding specific to your discipline. Degrees or qualifications in a relevant area of computer science are beneficial. However, demonstrable experience can be just as, if not more, important than any qualifications.
 
As an overall, universal rule, you’ll need a strong understanding of emerging technologies, excellent communications skills, as well as a thirst for knowledge and a passion for continuous development and learning.

Who’s hiring IT professionals?

In a nutshell, everyone. Technology is so integral to maintaining a successful business today, and it’s evolving so rapidly that employers are constantly on the lookout for professionals who can help them realise their ambitions.
 
That’s why there is huge demand in both private and public sectors, smaller start-ups and scale-ups and large multinationals, for professionals with skills like yours. Unsure where you want to work?
 
As your lifelong, trusted career partner, we care about providing you with the best service: discussing job opportunities in a clear, transparent and honest way and giving you access to the latest intelligence and insights to shape your decisions. We’ll help you to make the best, most informed decisions – not just today but throughout your entire career.