The animator is responsible for designing and animating visual and audio concepts.
The ICT manager will ensure the smooth operation of the ICT department in alignment with the business objectives of the organisation.
The ICT trainer is responsible for training staff in the use of software packages and information systems that are used in an organisation.
The release manager is responsible for ensuring that a new release or version of ICT software or hardware occurs in a controlled and co-ordinated manner.
The testing manager works as a bridge between the software development team and senior staff within the business to ensure that the information system being developed is meeting the business needs and the documented specifications.
The network manager is responsible for the overall management and direction that an organisation's ICT network will take.
The system analyst works with the client to develop user requirements, however, they focus on the technical requirements required for the solution to be created.
A web developer is responsible for the technical design of web sites along with being involved in the maintenance of the web sites.
The strategic business planner is responsible for ensuring that there are plans in place for an organisation's future course.
The quality manager is responsible for leading and coordinating the analysis of business processes and procedures to ensure ongoing quality assurance across the organisation.
The account manager acts as the liaison between the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) department and the business.
A data modeller is responsible for creating a graphical model or a data model of how data will be stored.
A network analyst ensures that the hardware and software that are needed for the network to function are working to enable users to provide customer service.
A games developer is responsible for the design, creation and production of either video or computer games.
A project is a temporary process or endeavour which has a clearly defined start and end, a set of activities and tasks, a budget and a specified business case.
A software designer is responsible for problem-solving and planning for a software solution.
The PC support officer is responsible for resolving problems with users PC's.
An ICT hardware engineer is the person responsible for researching, designing, testing and overseeing the installation of ICT hardware.