Software developers and software engineers tend to get involved with analysing user requirements as well as just writing code. A candidate needs to understand the clients needs first and be able to communicate with them or with his/her supervisor in order to get a deep understanding of the requirements. Another part of the job is researching, designing and writing new software programs with the very important testing and fault finding. Evaluating the software and computer systems, with focus on compatibility is another function of a software developer. Sometimes the job involves developing existing programs or integrating existing software products and making incompatible platforms work in unison. Keeping up to date with new technologies and creating technical specifications and test plans is required by many employers. Working with computer coding and writing operational and instruction documentation with technical authors is often part of a job spec. Maintaining systems and working closely with other company staff will usually be a day by day necessity.
Other types of IT jobs we cover include:
Geographical information systems manager
IT technical support officer
Information systems manager
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A telecom job is typically concerned with processing and auditing company telecommunications invoices. The job also involves performing wireless device monitoring and admin and tower analysis for placement of antennas. A telecoms job candidate should have a bachelors degree in electronics or telecommunications engineering.