With surveys showing increasing jobs demand for IT professionals there’s also expected to be an uplift in salaries across the sector despite salaries in most Australian states being flat over recent months.
Technology and specialist recruiter Peoplebank has appointed 20-year recruitment industry veteran Brent Leahy as general manager Victoria in a move it says will further strengthen its position as a recruitment partner to Victoria’s Government, utilities and private sector organisations.
Twenty-year industry veteran recruitment professional Brendan Kavenagh has been appointed Davidson Technology’s new CEO for Australia and New Zealand.
Australia's ICT jobs market is growing well ahead of the broader jobs market, according to a newly published employment survey which reveals that the jobs growth is largely driven by more organisations now doing business online.
Asterisk Information Security has appointed former MYOB manager Samantha Moody as its new National Business Development Manager.
Australia’s digital economy has grown by 50% in just three years and is now the country’s biggest growth lever, according to a newly published study on salaries and hiring in the IT sector.
The jobs outlook for ICT professionals is strengthening month to month as both government and private sector employers express confidence in the year ahead.
The ICT jobs and employment landscape is changing rapidly with demand for professionals increasingly driven by digital transformation projects and a shift away from traditional IT roles.
There’s no jobs boom, but there is continuing momentum in job growth in Australia’s ICT sector, according to a newly published salary and employment index. While jobs demand, however, is slowly creeping upwards, that demand for digital professionals is currently outstripping supply.
There’s encouraging signs that Australia's ICT jobs market has been gathering pace over the past quarter, with the market for ICT skills now at its highest point for more than a year, according to a newly published report.
Healthcare and education have been the key drivers of ICT hiring over the last 3 months, according to a newly published survey of the salaries and skills demand in each of Australia's major markets.
Project delivery company Leaders IT Services, a fully-owned subsidiary of ICT recruiter Peoplebank, is ramping up its business In Australia and the South East Asian region with the appointment of two new executives to its management team.
Peoplebank has won a 2012 Employer of Choice for Women (EOCFW) citation from the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace (EOWA) agency. Peoplebank is the only specialist ICT recruiter to receive the citation, recognising it as a company that advances women at all management levels in its business.
Unless you have SAP skills or cloud experience it's time to mothball any lingering hopes you may have had for a pay rise this year. The Peoplebank Salary Index for March, which is released today, shows that the pay on offer for around 50 different IT roles is pretty much flat - and it's expected to remain that way for the rest of the year.
The sense that today is crunch time for Europe has the financial markets on a knife edge; but it could also open the doors for IT skills as expats and Europeans concerned at the situation in the Northern Hemisphere look to the apparently more benign Australian market for jobs in 2012.
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