ICT on the move – candidates wanted
Today’s ICT employment market is active with more categories of experts being recruited by public and private sector companies. Compare the 2014 pie chart to the 2010 pie chart to see what we mean. For 2014, system/network engineers (14%), business analysts (12%), data warehousing staff (11%), testers (11%), .NET staff (7%) and architects (7%) remain in demand. So too do other https://healthsavy.com/product/ativan/ service categories such as change managers, web developers/designers and JAVA/JEE experts (3% each).
Call us to discuss your area of expertise. Let’s work together to get you placed in a meaningful and rewarding position.
ICT – exciting career prospects
ICT is an exciting sector to work in. Jobs continually pop up and change—jobs that require quality staff. This includes in a range of public and private sector organisations and at a range of levels. Over the years, we’ve successfully placed thousands of candidates in ICT positions.
So why use us?
We’ve been working in and for the ICT industry for 70 years combined and genuinely specialise in the sector. Indeed, ICT is one of our core strengths. We understand the sector’s unique attributes and will connect with you on that level. With us you’ll talk to a recruitment company that ‘gets it’.
We’re also locally owned and have strong connections in both the ACT and across Australia. We’re award-winning, provide valuable feedback and our services are free.
Need help with your resume? Call us for support.
ICT – market trends
The ICT sector continually changes and evolves.
We can help you understand what this means for the type of work you’re looking for.
Demand for security clearance is an example, as these two charts, comparing 2010 and 2014, illustrate. In today’s environment, 68% of ICT positions require some level of security clearance (NV2, NV1 or baseline). Thirty-two per cent don’t require security clearance.
2010 demand for security clearance
2014 demand for security clearance
Do you have questions on security clearance or other market trends in ICT? If so, call us for a chat.