Are you a technology lover and a software junkie? Are you seeking direction on which information technology position will best suit your needs? Here’s 5 technology jobs that are in demand and should be on your career short list.
Is software coding in your blood? Do you have a strong understanding of C# or Java? Then there’s a job waiting for you. A .Net developer position allows you to work as part of a team implementing corporate software development initiatives. .Net developer positions vary with each company. At R+L Carriers, .Net developers develop enterprise web applications using C#, Oracle, web services and messaging.
.Net developers are tough to find. Those that have a firm grasp of the .Net platform and can use it to solve business problems will go far.
A web designer develops and maintains web sites for clients and companies. Web designers are also responsible for fixing and coming up with solutions to web site problems. Web designers must be creative and technical at the same time. Web designers must be able to make a web site functional and easy to use while also making it creative and visually appealing. Web designers should also have some HTML and design experience.
You must be a fast learner who thrives on meeting deadlines and a master problem solver to enjoy the thrill of this job.
IT Project Manager
Is paying attention to detail one of your strong suits? Project managers document business requirements while overseeing the design, development, testing and deployment of enterprise applications. Some of the work project managers perform include:
- Developing and maintaining a work breakdown structure
- Developing and maintaining project schedules
- Interfacing with business stakeholders and developers
- Managing projects and seeing them through to completion on schedule
If you are goal oriented and enjoy working with teams to build things, then a project manager position is likely for you.
IT Business Analyst
Business analysts act as a communication bridge between an Information Technology Department and business stakeholders. They must be great communicators that translate stakeholder business needs into IT requirements.
Even better? Business analysts don’t necessarily need a technology background to apply. What you do need is a basic understanding of technology and an attitude that screams: Problem solver business analyst ninja!
Quality Assurance Analyst
Quality counts. Software geeks that care about their products and have attention to detail that matches the requirements should consider a quality analyst position. They must have well-developed critical thinking skills that allow them to be great software testers and problem solvers. Job duties include testing strategies, troubleshooting websites and software applications and preparing detailed documentation of issues. Your skill level should be high in these areas to be a master quality analyst:
- Active listening
- Writing skills
- Attention to detail
- Complex problem solving
- Reading comprehension
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R+L Carriers is looking for talented information technology recruits for all five of these top technology jobs mentioned above. R+L Carriers has grown from one truck to a fleet of more than 5,500 trucks and 13,000 trailers. Family owned and operated for more than 50 years, we offer a work environment that is both fun and challenging. If you’re looking for technology jobs in a creative and a team-oriented work environment, apply today for a position in our IMT Department at careers.rlcarriers.com/imt.Tags: careers, Hometown Showcase, Technology, technology jobs