Information Technology Specialist Skills and Abilities

Whether you are working for a position that is technical in nature or not, how skilled you are matters tremendously.

Your ability to perform a certain set of tasks is important to a hiring manager who wants to hire the best person out there.

Employers generally like hiring individuals who have excellent work-related skills, because they need minimal training and resources spent on them.

Another individual who may be far more experienced than you are, but does not have strong skills in an area that matters most, will never be hired over you. Take a moment to let this sink in!

Writing the information technology specialist resume or a cover letter to articulate your abilities is important on many levels. Since a job seeker’s main problem is convincing a hiring authority that he or she is worth their time and money, mentioning skills will help in impressing him or her enough to give you a chance. The fact that you are a competent person is known only to you – you need to get this information across to a hiring manager as well so that he or she can figure out what makes you tick, and how much you will be able to contribute once you are hired.

Some skills statements that an information technology specialist can write in his or her resume (or cover letter) are provided below:

 

Information Technology Specialist Skills and Abilities

 

• Highly skilled in network management, software development and database administration work.

• Exceptionally well-versed in providing technical support to businesses and their employees, and training non-technical workers on information systems.

• Demonstrated expertise in designing systems and assessing the effectiveness of technological resources already in use.

• Effectively able to determine the practicality of system changes, and ensure that required modifications are implemented.

• Proven ability to develop technical program goals and plans for implementation purposes.

• Track record of effectively developing alternative technical strategies and programs, based on analysis and research.

• Competent in troubleshooting computer problems, performing repairs and providing feedback for necessary changes and modifications.

• Qualified to provide database application support, and maintaining process and licensing documentation.

• Proficient in preparing integration of new and upgraded technology, and installing, updating, maintaining and configuring computer hardware and software systems.

• Adept at managing and administering the organization’s intranet and websites.

• Familiar with completing system upgrades for software and hardware, and handle new equipment and supplies acquisition.

• Skilled in performing network administration activities such as performing back-ups, files restoration, screening user activity, and monitoring security patches.






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