Jobs in ICT

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    • Edinburgh, Scotland
    • £70 - £80 per hour
    • Posted about 1 hour ago

    Solution Architect Solution Architect; Transformation Projects; Architecture Leadership; High/Low Level Design Initial 6 months £80ph, Outside IR35 Edinburgh (80% remote working) Job Description: A Solution Architect defining and delivering a predefined set of deliverables and outcomes in support of a number of Engineering Transformation Project...

    • Bristol, England
    • £700 - £725 per day + Outside IR35
    • Posted about 1 hour ago

    Release Train Engineer - DV Cleared - Outside IR35 - £725 a day - Bristol You will join a global IT consultancy who are delivering a programme of digital transformation to the MoD. You will be an experienced and qualified SAFe Release Train Engineer (RTE) to lead the stand-up of a multi-supplier and client Agile Release Train (ART) for up to 3 t...

    • Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
    • £40000 - £55000 per annum
    • Posted about 2 hours ago

    Senior Automation Test Engineer Our client. A global Defence and Security organisation are currently looking to hire an Automation Test Engineer to configure and build automated Test Solutions for Technically Challenging and Complex Systems. We're looking for someone who has experience in: ISTQB in Software Testing Automated, Integration, System...

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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.