Education software and managed IT services provider, Editure, has appointed Barbara Evans as the new Education Technology division General Manager, based in Melbourne. Ms Evans has more than 25 years experience in program management, training, and practice development. Her career includes six years at IBM’s business consultancy services arm, responsible for program management, business development and staff training across a diverse range of areas including CRM and Service Oriented Architecture.  She also led several of IBM’s strategic outsourcing activities. She has also had roles with DMR Consulting (now part of Fujitsu Consulting) and in the IT recruitment industry. Ms Evans' appointment is one of several senior executive additions to the team Editure expects to make following a recent organisational change after its merger with A.U.S.S.I.E, the US-based teacher professional development firm in April this year.

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Superannuation consulting practice, IQ Business Group (IQ), has appointed Elizabeth North to the position of General Manager of Operations Consulting Practice, and Brian Mitchell to the role of Account Executive. Ms North has a 25 year background in management, consulting and project roles for organisations within the Australian superannuation industry. She is a current active member of the ASFA 102 Administration Committee and is considered a specialist in superannuation administration systems development and maintenance. She will be based in the company’s Sydney office and will report directly to Graham Sammells, CEO for IQ Business Group in Australia. Mitchell will be responsible for ongoing business development and account management from the consultancy’s Melbourne headquarters. He joins IQ from the role of General Manager of the Acurity division at systems vendor Financial Synergy.

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The availability of jobs at the top end of the IT market surged during May, pushing growth in demand for IT executives to the front of the pack of high end professionals, according to a new report.

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