IT managers: acting as strategic business partners in companies
IT managers hold leading positions and manage, control and supervise IT teams. Their range of tasks also includes the planning, implementation and optimisation of hardware, software and operational processes with regard to IT stability and security. Basically, they are coordinators, consultants, negotiators, conflict managers and moderators.
Which opportunities do IT managers have on the labour market?
Skilled IT specialists are highly sought-after; this is also the case for IT managers, who mainly work in the industrial, trade or service sector. IT managers with an academic degree in computer sciences or business informatics or a qualification in a related field, e.g. as an IT specialist for system integration, have the best opportunities. Moreover, long-term relevant professional IT experience, personnel management experience and proven skills in project and process management are a plus. Get in touch with us – we will be happy to help you get the most out of your skills and qualifications!