COVID-19 has quickened the pace of digitalisation, with remote work and contact tracing apps becoming part of our everyday lives.

As Singapore grows its digital economy, the Infocomm Technology (ICT) sector will generate more job and training opportunities. Jobs that are available in the sector include software engineer/developer, network engineer, system analyst, data analyst/scientist and cybersecurity specialist.

There are exciting career opportunities at the ICT Virtual Career Fair. Click here to view job opportunities in the sector and across the economy.
 
 
FOR FRESH GRADUATES
Associate Business Analyst
Associate Business Analysts help review client requirements and document them for product developers. They also analyse risks and benefits of digital solutions before proposing them to clients.

As Singapore grows its digital economy, the demand for Business Analysts in the tech sector is set to increase in the coming years.
Associate Network Engineer
Associate Network Engineers assist in the planning, configuration and management of networks to optimise the flow of data. They also monitor and troubleshoot technical issues with the network system.

Data is akin to vehicles travelling on an ever-growing network of highways; thus, Network Engineers are needed to ensure the uninterrupted and secure flow of traffic.
Associate Software Engineer
Associate Software Engineers design, develop tests, debug and implement software applications or specialised utility programmes. They also provide support in updating and improving existing applications, ensuring they work as intended.

As we increasingly digitalise with the use of Artificial Intelligence, demand for Software Engineers is consistently on the rise.
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FOR MID-CAREER WORKERS WITH EXPERIENCE
Business Analyst
Business Analysts are the bridge between business and technical teams. They distil complex business needs into technological solutions with cost-benefit analysis and risk assessment.

As Singapore grows its digital economy, specialised roles in the tech sector will increase in the coming years.
Data Engineer
Data Engineers are responsible for managing “big data”. They do this by designing, building and testing infrastructure to facilitate data collection, flow, storage and processing. They also maintain the organisation’s data ecosystem and ensure the data is easily accessible.

With big data playing an increasingly important role, the need for Data Engineers is expected to rise quickly.
Network Engineer
Network Engineers plan, configure and manage networks to optimise the flow of data. They design and maintain the network infrastructure of an organisation, ensuring smooth and secure transfer of data.

Data is akin to vehicles travelling on an ever-growing network of highways; thus, Network Engineers are needed to ensure the uninterrupted and secure flow of traffic.
Security Operations Analyst
Security Operations Analysts perform real-time analysis and trending of security log data from various security devices and systems.

Security roles in the ICT will continue to be in high demand, as more businesses and organisers shift their operations online.
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FOR MID-CAREER WORKERS WITH NO EXPERIENCE
Associate Database Support Engineer
Associate Database Support Engineers provide critical support for database infrastructure and applications. They ensure system improvements are successfully implemented and are responsible for verifying the quality and accuracy of data in the organisation.

With data playing an increasingly critical role in almost every industry, specialised roles that support technological infrastructure are needed.
Business Analyst
Business Analysts are the bridge between business and technical teams. They distil complex business needs into technological solutions with cost-benefit analysis and risk assessment.

As Singapore grows its digital economy, specialised roles in the tech sector will be in demand in the coming years.
Project Manager
Project Managers manage the resources required for projects, from concept to delivery. They are responsible for the planning, implementation and completion of projects within the specified cost, time and quality.

Project Managers are in demand as the Infocomm Technology sector grows.
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Need help with your job search? Visit a career centre nearest to you and speak to our Career Ambassadors. They can guide you through the various SGUnited schemes and help you take on new jobs and training opportunities.

You can also find upcoming career fairs, workshops and more events at e2i and WSG.

 

 

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