Software engineers are at the heart of the digital world. They design, develop, test and maintain the systems that make computers and other devices containing software work. They are the architects of the digital landscape.
A computer service and repair technician is responsible for maintaining and repairing computer systems and equipment for people to use both at work and at home.
A database administrator manages the implementation and development of a database. They will also be involved in maintaining the upkeep of the database including content update, security and troubleshooting.
An information security manager is responsible for protecting an organisation's computers, networks and data against threats, such as security breaches.
An IT helpdesk analyst provides IT support to customers and or internal staff.
An IT project manager oversees the planning, development and installation of computer systems to meet clients’ needs. Whether working for the public or private sector, they ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.
IT sales professionals sell a company's technical products and services. The role includes matching a customer's technical requirements with the technical offering provided by their company.
An IT trainer designs and delivers IT training. Trainees might include corporate teams, individuals or members of the general public.
A network manager designs, sets up and runs computer systems to help connect people and companies. They can be external consultants dealing with multiple clients or part of an in-house IT team.