Salary Guide 2018 2019 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - Inteqna

 
Salary Guide 2018 2019 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - Inteqna
Salary Guide
      2018            2019

I N F O R M AT I O N T E C H N O L O G Y
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Table of Contents
Salary Guide • 2018-2019

                        Table of Contents   1
                               Highlights   2
                       Note from the CEO    3
                   About our Salary Guide   5
                                  Calgary   6
                               Edmonton     13
                                Montreal    18
                                     GTA    21
                             Hiring Cycle   26
HIGHLIGHTS

Highlights

                                               ECONOMIC IMPACT
                                        Contributing $69.5B to Canada's
                                        GDP at a sustained growth rate of
                                      over 4% over the past five years, the
                                       IT sector is set to claim its position
                                         as the engine of growth for the
    TECH SECTOR OUTLOOK                         nation's economy.
   With over 531,000 direct and                                                     SKILLS TO WATCH FOR
478,000 indirect jobs, IT in Canada                                               Big Data Architecture, Project
 is responsible for more jobs than                                                 Management, and Database
the energy and automobile sectors                                                Management will be sought after
combined. Canada is fast becoming                                                 skills by IT recruiters. Software
   a global tech hub with Toronto                                                development skills with DevOps
   gaining the highest number of                                                experience will also be in demand.
     tech jobs in North America.
                                            WHERE THE JOBS ARE
                                      Toronto and Montreal are the hotbed
                                       of technical innovation, and will see
                                         a rapid growth in IT jobs created
                                          in Canada. With digitization of
                                        processes trending in the energy
                                          and finance sectors, Alberta is
                                           also staking its claim as an IT
                                        powerhouse in the coming years.
                                                                                   BUSINESS INVESTMENT
           FORECAST
                                                                                 From start-ups to multinationals,
   Cloud computing and Artificial                                                 Canada is home to over 39,000
 Intelligence are set to launch the                                              IT companies that combined are
   next technology revolution in                                                 responsible for nearly one-third
  Canada, generating more than                                                  the overall private sector research
    57,000 jobs in the next year.                                                    and development spend.

                                               SALARY FORECAST
                                        IT workers earn median salaries
                                         that are 50% higher than other
                                           professionals, and tech jobs
                                           will see a salary increase of
                                        approximately 5% in 2018-2019.

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NOTE FROM THE CEO

Note from the CEO

                     By any measure, Canada’s employment scene has become
                     increasingly healthy throughout 2018. In March 2018 the
                     overall unemployment rate of 5.8% was the lowest in four
                     decades with all provinces showing steady employment
                     growth. This was followed by further job creation into the
                     summer months. Against the backdrop of trade agreement
                     negotiations and tariffs there lurks some uncertainty,
                     but nevertheless for employers seeking to hire IT staff,
                     competition has increased.

                     If there is an area of the job market worldwide which is
                     growing faster than others it is IT. In the hotspots for IT in
                     Vancouver, GTA and Montreal employers have known for
                     some time that competing for talent has become more
                     difficult, and this is set to continue. However, regions outside
                     the IT hotspots are also experiencing more competition as for
                     example the economy continues to improve in Alberta, and
                     more companies adopt newer technologies.

                     As workers are presented with more choices, understanding
                     compensation trends and deploying effective hiring practices
                     becomes top of mind for most organizations. We present this
                     year’s salary guide as a tool we hope will assist you and your
                     organization to compete for talent in your industry and region.
                     And, as usual, we would be pleased to add some colour and
                     detail over the phone or in person regarding the data in this
                     guide, or on other trends and hiring strategies in your market.

                     Matthew Williams
                     President & CEO

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WE BUILD TEAMS
ABOUT OUR SALARY GUIDE

About our Salary Guide
This guide features the most in-demand and trending
job positions in regions across Canada. If you’re
looking for what’s popular in your specific region,
this guide breaks it down for you.

To arrive at the accurate and in-depth statistics in
this guide, we undertook rigorous research using our
specialist focus in information technology.

We consulted our candidate database, our expert
recruiters completed thorough candidate interviews,
we met with hiring managers and companies, and
gathered real-time data from successful placements
and positions filled. The information was aggregated
and is presented to you as accurate at the time this
guide was curated.

The hourly rates and salary ranges are averages.
The rates represent hourly pay rates to contractors,
and salary figures are annual base salaries represented
in thousands of dollars, and do not included bonuses,
benefits, or other perks.

These tables are for information only. Rates and
salaries may increase or decrease depending on
market or economic conditions. To get the most
current and up-to-date information on your local job
market, contact us today to speak with one of our
specialist recruiters: www.inteqna.com

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CALGARY

   CALGARY

          Top 3 Industries

             Energy & Pipelines                        Financial Services
             Higher Learning

          Top 5 Job Titles

             Project Manager                           Quality Assurance Tester
             Business Analyst                         DevOps Developer
             Web Application Developer

          Top 5 In-Demand Skills

             C# / ASP.NET                              Data Visualization
             Java                                     CISSP
             Prosci

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CALGARY

                   Higher Learning •       Entry 1-3 years, Mid 3-10 years, Senior 10+ years

Job Title                   Salary Range                               Contract Rate Range

              Entry-Level     Mid-Level    Senior-Level       Entry-Level   Mid-Level    Senior-Level

Project        $55K-$65K      $65K-$85K     $85K-$100K         $60-$70/hr   $70-$85/hr    $85-$95/hr
Manager

Business       $50K-$60K      $60K-$80K     $80K-$100K         $60-$70/hr   $70-$85/hr    $85-$95/hr
Analyst

Change         $55K-$65K      $65K-$85K     $85K-$105K         $60-$70/hr   $70-$85/hr    $85-$95/hr
Manager

Solution       $70K-$85K      $85K-$95K     $95K-$110K         $70-$80/hr   $80-$95/hr   $95-$105/hr
Architect

IT Security    $55K-$70K      $70K-$90K     $90K-$105K         $75-$85/hr   $85-$95/hr   $95-$105/hr

Developer      $45K-$60K      $60K-$80K      $80K-$95K         $50-$60/hr   $60-$70/hr    $70-$80/hr

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CALGARY

                    Energy & Pipelines •              Entry 0-3 years, Mid 3-10 years, Senior 10+ years

Job Title                  Salary Range                                     Contract Rate Range

             Entry-Level     Mid-Level          Senior-Level       Entry-Level   Mid-Level     Senior-Level

Project       $60K-$90K      $90K-$140K         $140K-$190K         $50-$80/hr   $80-$100/hr    $100-$125/hr
Manager

 Business     $50K-$70K       $70K-$90K          $90K-$110K         $45-$60/hr   $60-$85/hr     $85-$100/hr
 Analyst

  OCM                      Contract role only                       $60-$85/hr   $85-$110/hr    $110-$135/hr
Consultant

  Data        $40K-$60K       $60K-$90K          $90K-$115K         $30-$50/hr   $50-$70/hr      $70-$90/hr
 Analyst

  GRC         $45K-$60K      $60K-$100K         $100K-$130K         $50-$70/hr   $70-$95/hr     $95-$120/hr
 Analyst

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CALGARY

                   Financial Services •       Entry 0-3 years, Mid 3-10 years, Senior 10+ years

Job Title                   Salary Range                                  Contract Rate Range

              Entry-Level     Mid-Level    Senior-Level       Entry-Level      Mid-Level    Senior-Level

  Scrum          N/A          $60K-$90K     $90K-$120K              N/A        $75-$85/hr   $85-$100/hr
  Master

 DevOps        $40K-$60K      $60K-$95K     $95K-$125K         $35-$55/hr      $55-$85/hr   $85-$105/hr
Developer

  Web
Application    $40K-$60K      $60K-$90K     $90K-$115K         $35-$50/hr      $50-$80/hr   $80-$100/hr
Developer

QA Tester      $35K-$45K      $45K-$60K      $60K-$80K         $25-$30/hr      $30-$50/hr    $50-$75/hr

 Business      $45K-$60K      $60K-$80K     $80K-$110K              N/A        $50-$75/hr    $75-$95/hr
 Analyst

IT Security    $50K-$60K      $60K-$85K     $85K-$105K         $40-$50/hr      $50-$80/hr   $80-$100/hr
  Analyst

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CALGARY - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Higher Learning
Business Analyst
• Manages multiple projects for large application implementation or infrastructure upgrades

Change Manager
• Implements OCM standards and methodologies
• Manages stakeholder engagement

Solution Architect
• Develops, tests and implements technology solutions
• Implements network upgrades or security

IT Security
• Monitors detection trends
• Executes vulnerabilities, testing
• Addresses solutions

Developer
• Writes code, designs and modifies websites or applications

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CALGARY - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Energy & Pipelines
Project Manager
• Plans and manages medium to large size system projects of varying complexity
• Ensures project delivery on scope, cost, schedule and quality objectives
• Prepares and presents project status including budget, schedule and risks

Business Analyst
• C ollects, clarifies, and translates business requirements into documentation and conceptual designs
   using appropriate tools and models
• S upports RFx process, including research of vendors, material preparation and performs analysis
   on resulting responses
• M onitors development and implementation processes to ensure the required business objectives
   are realized

OCM Consultant*
• Works with stakeholder groups to assess needs and develops specific plans, activities and timetables
• Delivers tactical components of the change management plan (communications, training, etc.)
• D
   elivers concise communications, both written and verbal, for all audiences across the enterprise
  using various vehicles

Data Analyst
• Collects, extracts, analyzes and reports data
• G
   athers requirements and designs reports to meet data analysis needs

GRC Analyst
• A
   pplies risk management principles into transforming activities and events into a risk
  management framework.
• D
   evelops processes to translate information security events such as: defining incidents, logging,
  monitoring and risk assessment and appropriate reporting
• Performs threat risk assessments and reviews compliance reporting
• Develops processes and policies and ongoing reviews

* This role is primarily contract

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CALGARY - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Financial Services
Scrum Master
• Leads project groups to achieve specific project milestones and deliverables
• S trategically motivates teams and stakeholders and bridges gap between conceptualizing
   and actioning project ideas

DevOps Developer
• Develops applications in an Agile environment
• Installs and configures solutions, implements reusable components, translates technical requirements

Web Application Developer
• Develops web-based applications for mobile devices: iOS and Android
• Develops test routines and schedules to ensure test cases mimic external interfaces

QA Tester
• Conducts manual and/or automated tests
• Creates logs to document testing phases and defects

Business Analyst
• Manages requirements, maps processes, business/use case development
• Manages stakeholder engagement

IT Security Analyst
• Monitors network activities
• Implements security policies

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EDMONTON

 EDMONTON

           Top 3 Industries

             Power & Utilities                         Pipelines
             Financial Services

           Top 5 Job Titles

             Scrum Master/Agile PM                     BI/Data Warehouse Specialist
             Big Data Architect                        QA Tester
             Business Analyst

           Top 5 In-Demand Skills

             Project Management                        Business Intelligence
             Business Analysis                         Software Development
             Quality Assurance

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EDMONTON

                                    Financial Services •                Entry 0-5 years, Mid 5-10 years, Senior 10+ years

   Job Title                                  Salary Range                                              Contract Rate Range

                       Entry-Level              Mid-Level         Senior-Level          Entry-Level            Mid-Level      Senior-Level

     Scrum
     Master                   N/A               $60K-$90K          $90K-$120K                  N/A              $75-$85/hr     $85-$100/hr
   (Emerging
    job role)

   DevOps                $40K-$60K              $60K-$95K          $95K-$125K             $35-$55/hr            $55-$85/hr     $85-$105/hr
  Developer

    Web
  Application            $40K-$60K              $60K-$90K          $90K-$115K             $35-$50/hr            $50-$80/hr     $80-$100/hr
  Developer

   QA Tester             $35K-$45K              $45K-$60K           $60K-$80K             $25-$30/hr            $30-$50/hr      $50-$75/hr

    Business             $45K-$60K              $60K-$80K          $80K-$110K                  N/A              $50-$75/hr      $75-$95/hr
    Analyst

   Big Data
   Specialist            N/A – this role                                                  N/A – this role
    (Architect or      doesn’t exist at the    $100K-$120K         $120K-$150K          doesn’t exist at the   $100-$120/hr    $120-$150/hr
 Developer, emerg-      entry/junior-level                                               entry/junior-level
  ing top job in IT)

   Project               $50K-$60K*             $60K-$85K         $85K-$140K**           $65-$75/hr*            $75-$85/hr    $85-$150/hr***
   Manager

Notes
* Junior PM title does not exist; Alternate titles are Project Coordinator or Project Analyst
** Public sector salaries are in the $85K - $100K range; private sector salary range is $100K - $140K
*** Public sector hourly rates are in the $85-$100/hr range; private sector range is $100 – $150/hr

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EDMONTON

                                  Power & Utilities •                    Entry 0-5 years, Mid 5-10 years, Senior 10+ years

  Job Title                                  Salary Range                                                  Contract Rate Range

                      Entry-Level              Mid-Level           Senior-Level             Entry-Level              Mid-Level           Senior-Level

   Business             $50K-$60K               $60K-$80K            $80K-$100K              $60-$70/hr              $70-$85/hr            $85-$95/hr
   Analyst
   Change               $55K-$65K               $65K-$85K            $85K-$105K              $60-$70/hr              $70-$85/hr            $85-$95/hr
   Manager

                                              $100K-$120K            $120K-$150K                                    $120-$150/hr          $150-$180/hr
                                               At least 5 years’     At least 10 years’                              At least 5 years’    At least 10 years’
                                                experience in      experience in Archi-                               experience in         experience in
   Technical         N/A – no such role       Architecture role;    tecture role; many     N/A – no such role       Architecture role;    Architecture role;
   Architect         at junior/entry-level   many people go into   people go into Archi-   at junior/entry-level   many people go into   many people go into
                                              Architecture role     tecture role having                             Architecture role     Architecture role
                                             having had previous       had previous                                having had previous   having had previous
                                                IT experience          IT experience                                  IT experience         IT experience

   Security             $55K-$70K               $70K-$90K            $90K-$105K              $75-$85/hr              $85-$95/hr            $95-$105/hr

  Developer             $45K-$60K               $60K-$80K             $80K-$90K              $50-$60/hr              $60-$70/hr            $70-$80/hr

   Project             $50K-$60K*               $60K-$85K           $85K-$140K**             $65-$75/hr*             $75-$85/hr          $85-$150/hr***
   Manager

Notes
* Junior PM title does not exist; Alternate titles are Project Coordinator or Project Analyst
**Public sector salaries are in the $85K - $100K range; private sector salary range is $100K - $140K
***Public sector hourly rates are in the $85-$100/hr range; private sector range is $100-$150/hr

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EDMONTON - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Power & Utilities
Business Analyst
• Manages multiple projects for large application implementation or infrastructure upgrades

Change Manager
• Implements OCM standards and methodologies
• Manages stakeholder engagement

Technical Architect
• Provides technical leadership
• Ensures technology solutions meet customer’s needs
• D
   elivers solutions in context of customer’s environment, requirements, and ensures they are
  cost-effective and yield satisfactory return on investment
• Ensures good performance that’s flexible for future changes

Security
• Monitors detection trends
• Executes vulnerabilities testing
• Addresses solutions

Developer
• Writes code, designs and modifies websites or applications

Project Manager
•   Coordinates and completes projects within IT
•   Oversees all aspects of projects
•   Sets deadlines, assigns responsibilities, monitors and summarizes project progress
•   Prepares reports for upper management regarding project status

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EDMONTON - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Financial Services
Scrum Master
(Emerging job, becoming popular)
• Leads project groups to achieve specific project milestones and deliverables
• S trategically motivates teams and stakeholders and bridges gap between conceptualizing and actioning
   project ideas

DevOps Developer
• Develops applications in an Agile environment
• Installs and configures solutions, implements reusable components, translates technical requirements

Web Application Developer
• Develops web-based applications for mobile devices: iOS and Android
• Develops test routines and schedules to ensure test cases mimic external interfaces

QA Tester
• Conducts manual and/or automated tests
• Creates logs to document testing phases and defects

Business Analyst
• Manages requirements, maps processes, business/use case development
• Manages stakeholder engagement

Big Data Specialist (Architect or Developer)
(Emerging top job in IT)
• U
   ses statistical, mathematical, predictive modelling and business strategy skills to focus on data processing
• U
   nderstands and organizes data and develops the architecture to help analyze and process data to serve
  the organization optimally

Project Manager
•   Coordinates and completes projects within IT
•   Oversees all aspects of projects.
•   Sets deadlines, assigns responsibilities, monitors and summarizes project progress
•   Prepares reports for upper management regarding project status

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MONTREAL

  MONTREAL

           Top 3 Industries

           AI   Artificial Intelligence                       Financial Services
                Gaming/VFX

           Top 5 Job Titles

                Developer (Front-end/Back-end)                Embedded Developer
                DevOps Engineer                               Big Data Specialist
                Cloud Specialist

           Top 5 In-Demand Skills

                Stack Microsoft for Cloud                     Full Stack Experience
                Angular 2+ & React                            Bilingual
                Docker/Hadoop

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MONTREAL

                  Information Technology •             Entry 1-3 years, Mid 4-6 years, Senior 7+ years

Job Title                  Salary Range                                  Contract Rate Range

             Entry-Level     Mid-Level    Senior-Level       Entry-Level      Mid-Level    Senior-Level

Project       $45K-$55K      $55K-$80K     $80K-$120K         $25-$30/hr      $30-$45/hr    $45-$70/hr
Manager

Developer     $40K-$60K      $60K-$80K     $80K-$120K         $25-$35/hr      $35-$45/hr    $45-$70/hr

Front-End     $40K-$50K      $50K-$75K     $75K-$110K         $25-$30/hr      $30-$45/hr    $45-$65/hr
Developer

Full Stack      N/A          $75K-$80K     $80K-$130K              N/A        $45-$50/hr    $50-$75/hr
Developer

DevOps        $80K-$85K      $85K-$100K   $100K-$150K         $45-$50/hr      $50-$60/hr    $60-$85/hr
Engineer

 Quality      $35K-$45K      $45K-$60K     $60K-$85K          $20-$25/hr      $25-$35/hr    $35-$50/hr
 Analyst

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MONTREAL - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Information Technology
Developer
• Writes code, designs and modifies websites or applications

DevOps
• Develops applications in an Agile environment
• Installs and configures solutions, implements reusable components, translates technical requirements

Quality Analyst
• D
   evelops and executes test plans and strategies to ensure systems or software conform to user
  requirements and standards
• R
   esponsible for developing and executing test plans and strategies to ensure systems or software
  conform to user requirements and standards

Front-End Developer
• Ensures the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
• Develops new user-facing features

Full Stack Developer
• Designs overall architecture of the web application
• Maintains quality and ensures responsiveness of applications

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GTA

      GTA

            Top 3 Industries

              Financial Services                            Insurance
              Information Technology

            Top 5 Job Titles

              Project Manager                               Network/System Administrator
              Software Developer                            Architect (Application/Solution)
              Help Desk/Technical Support

            Top 5 In-Demand Skills

              IT Security                              JS   J avaScript (Front-end, Back-end,
                                                             full stack developer)
              Java
                                                            Big Data
              Salesforce

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GTA

                   Information Technology •               Entry 0-3 years, Mid 4-8 years, Senior 8+ years

   Job Title                    Salary Range                                    Contract Rate Range

                  Entry-Level     Mid-Level     Senior-Level       Entry-Level       Mid-Level    Senior-Level

  Software         $40K-$60K      $60K-$80K      $80K-$130K            $25-$35/hr    $35-$50/hr    $50-$80/hr
  Developer

  Helpdesk/
  Technical        $35K-$45K      $45K-$60K       $60K-$65K            $20-$25/hr    $25-$35/hr    $35-$40/hr
   Support

  Network/
   System          $45K-$55K      $55K-$70K      $70K-$100K            $25-$35/hr    $35-$40/hr    $40-$60/hr
 Administrator

   Architect
 (Application/       N/A          $80K-$95K      $95K-$140K               N/A        $50-$55/hr    $55-$85/hr
   Solution)

Project Manager    $60K-$70K      $70K-$90K      $90K-$130K            $35-$40/hr    $40-$55/hr    $55-$80/hr

  Application      $50K-$60K      $60K-$80K      $80K-$135K            $30-$35/hr    $35-$50/hr    $50-$80/hr
   Designer

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GTA

                 Information Technology •              Entry 0-3 years, Mid 4-8 years, Senior 8+ years

 Job Title                   Salary Range                                  Contract Rate Range

               Entry-Level    Mid-Level     Senior-Level        Entry-Level     Mid-Level    Senior-Level

 DevOps           N/A         $90K-$100K     $100K-$140K             N/A        $55-$65/hr    $65-$85/hr
 Architect

 Director BI      N/A         $100K-$115K    $115K-$140K             N/A        $60-$70/hr    $70-$85/hr

 Director IT      N/A         $90K-$100K     $100K-$140K             N/A        $55-$65/hr    $65-$85/hr

ERP Business    $75K-$80K      $80K-$90K       $90K-$95K         $45-$50/hr     $50-$55/hr    $55-$60/hr
  Analyst

QA Analyst      $35K-$45K      $45K-$65K       $65K-$90K         $20-$25/hr     $25-$40/hr    $40-$55/hr

  Systems       $50K-$75K      $75K-$95K      $95K-$110K         $30-$45/hr     $45-$55/hr    $55-$65/hr
  Analyst

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GTA - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Industry – Financial Services, Information Technology, Insurance
Software Developer
• W
   orks with Software Team Lead, R&D Manager, Software and SCRUM team to develop software
  and ensure optimization of product design
• Designs, develops, tests, and maintains software within operating systems
• Develops software specifications based on verbal and written requirements
• Documents software design according to specifications

Helpdesk/Technical Support
• W
   alks customers through the process of installing software on their machines and starting up programs
  for the first time
• H
   elps customers troubleshoot issues they encounter while using software and provides actionable
  tips to resolve problems
• Sends technical documentation to customers
• Refers difficult cases to Senior Analyst or Support Tech

Network/System Administrator
• W
   orks closely with department managers to determine future network needs and plans
  for network changes
• Develops methods and tools used to test and implement new LAN/WAN equipment
• Creates projects designed to add functionality or address ongoing network failure issues
• Engages in regular network troubleshooting activities and resolves network connectivity issues
• A
   nalyzes current network structure and submits quarterly comprehensive reports to executive team
  on how to make network more efficient

Architect (Application/Solution)
• D
   rives advances in technologies and architecture to increase value delivered by technology either
  through improving efficiencies or reducing total cost of technology operations
• Defines architectural standards for all application services and components
• C
   reates certainty, clarity, and simplicity within IT infrastructure by increasing re-use and reducing
  redundancy in applications and technology design

Project Manager
•   Coordinates and completes projects within IT
•   Oversees all aspects of projects.
•   Sets deadlines, assigns responsibilities, monitors and summarizes project progress
•   Prepares reports for upper management regarding project status

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GTA - TOP JOBS AND DELIVERABLES

Application Designer
• Analyzes systems and thinks creatively to come up with innovative solutions to software needs
• Explains solutions to customers and team members
• Works with software programmers and testers

DevOps Architect
• Designs and implements system architecture and automated solutions
• F acilitates DevOps culture with stronger emphasis on leading and facilitating teams

Director BI (Business Intelligence)
• P artners with senior management to understand and deliver performance insights and
   key analytic solutions
• Advocates for data-driven decisions, strong data governance and other initiatives
• Builds, mentors, and guides business intelligence team to provide BI solutions
• L eads, schedules, and troubleshoots technical implementation from data definitions to
   models to end user reporting

Director IT
• D
   irects and manages the Information Technology and Systems Department to ensure
  development and implementation of systems and operations
• Manages IT budgets and vendors

ERP Business Analyst
• G
   athers and documents requirements and data for ERP reports in accordance with data
  governance policies
• Implements, documents, and tests information systems
• W
   orks with customers to ensure information is targeted and evaluates and analyzes data to solve
  user information needs

QA Analyst
• Designs, prioritizes, and implements test plans, scenarios, scripts and procedures
• Participates in process reviews to inform development of products and resolution of defects
• A
   nalyzes, interprets, and communicates qualitative and quantitative findings from tests to key
  members of departments and teams

Systems Analyst
• Conducts application testing and provides database management support
• Analyzes and routes issues into proper systems and updates and closes items in a timely manner
• Devises/modifies
                 procedures to solve problems while considering computer equipment capacity
  and limitations

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STAGES OF OUR HIRING CYCLE

Discovery                                              Sourcing & qualifying
• M
   ission & values                                    • Sourcing
  of the organization                                  • Screening
• Job role clarity                                     • Shortlisting
• Timelines

Selection                                              Employer interviews
• Evaluate candidate options                           • Short-list agreed
• Hiring decision and offer package                    • Phone and in-person interviews
• Offer acceptance                                     • Background and reference checks

Placement                                              Quality
• Orientation                                          • C
                                                          onfirmation of employer
• Onboarding                                             and candidate satisfaction
                                                       • Placement complete

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