This is a varied job family which includes everything from systems analysts through to archivists – what all these jobs have in common is the management of data. Most of these jobs will be office-based and could involve working alone or in a team. Good analytical skills are often important for a career in information technology or information management.
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Requiring a degree/Level 4-6 qualificationArchivist
Archivists manage and preserve collections of historical records and documents.
Computer games developers create, develop and code computer games.
Computer games testers are part of the quality assurance (QA) team.
Computer service and repair technicians repair/maintain hardware, and install/repair software.
Data analysts collect numerical information to identify trends, create models and present results.
Data entry clerks update, maintain, and retrieve information held on computer systems.
manage the sale and promotion of products and services on the internet.
Forensic computer analysts investigate computer-based crime (cyber crime).
Helpdesk professionals offer support to computer users with any technical issues.
IT project managers oversee the planning and development of computer systems to meet clients' needs.
IT security coordinators put security measures in place to protect their clients' data.
Librarians are responsible for the day-to-day running of library services.
Design, implement and maintain data transference across digital and telecommunications networks.
Design and build machines for automated jobs in manufacturing, aerospace and medicine.
A social media manager looks after a company’s social media channels.
Software developers design, build and test computer programmes.
Systems analysts test and suggest improvements to IT systems.
Telecommunications engineers fit and maintain phone and internet systems.
User acceptance testers test websites and software to see if they work properly before they go live.
A web content manager is responsible for the information that appears on a company's website.
Web designers use creative and technical skills to build new websites and redesign existing ones.
Web editors publish and curate content on websites.