Jobs in ICT

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    • Portsmouth, Hampshire
    • £320 - £360 per day
    • Posted about 22 hours ago

    Environment Coordinator + Based in Portsmouth + 6 month initial contract + £320 - £350 Pay Per Day + SC Cleared Activities / Main Responsibilities: Generation of requests for Provisioning & Cloning of database environments Utilisation Monitoring & Management Capacity reporting, to include: Sizing Oracle (OEM) DB Monitoring Patching Monitoring & ...

    • Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
    • £500 - £613 per day + Inside IR35
    • Posted about 23 hours ago

    IT Software Asset Manager + 9 month initial contract + Based in Newcastle or Telford + £500 - £613 per day inside IR35 + SAM, ITAM, ISEB As part of the IT Asset Management (ITAM) team, the IT Software License Manager will be able to demonstrate; Significant experience of Software Asset Management (SAM) practices and activities in large organisat...

    • Royston, Hertfordshire
    • £23000 - £27000 per annum + Benefits
    • Posted 3 days ago

    Graduate Software Engineer Location: Royston , Hertfordshire Salary: Up to £27,000 Role of Graduate Software Engineer Working within a highly experienced group capable programmers and testers, you will design and develop robust , cutting edge software using C#, WPF and other tools. Previous commercial experience is not essential, but a secure un...

    • Harlow, Essex
    • £50000 - £60000 per annum + Corporate Package
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Senior Infrastructure Engineer Harlow - Perm Technical Skills: Wintel / Citrix XenApps Farm / VMWare / Network / Active Directory / Microsoft Server / SCCM As a Senior Infrastructure Engineer you will be offered an exciting opportunity to work with one of the UK's market leading Consultancy organisations. This is a fantastic opportunity for the ...

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There are many ICT jobs available today. This includes people providing general technical support, database creation, programming, network security, and much more. This means that employers are going to be looking for different technical skills when they are hiring, for example, they may look for expertise in a specific program or language. Nevertheless, there are some other ICT skills that are important across the board. Coding is one of the basic skills that employers will look for. Many systems are built using more than just one language, and so some employers may look for candidates that are experienced in a number of different languages. Communication is also critical, as ICT employees need to foster collaboration and work in teams. Other important skills include being an effective networker, time management, problem-solving, project management, leadership, and logical thinking.