Information Technology (IT) Supervisor Reviews

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Based on 203 responses, the job of Information Technology (IT) Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.9 out of 5. On average, Information Technology (IT) Supervisors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Information Technology (IT) Supervisor?

July 2019
"Strong Values, Good People, OK Benifits."
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor in Fort Worth:
Pros: Ability to self-manage time and resources to accomplish an objective.
Cons: pay, organization (until recently), leadership (until recently).
August 2019
"Freedom to create."
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor in Seattle:
Pros: Flexibility to create/control direction of department
Cons: Limited growth opportunities (small company)
March 2020
"Great Place to Get Your Feet Wet Then Stay Forever."
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor in Washington:
Pros: It’s never boring.
Cons: Pay isn’t transparent. Not commensurate with experience. You have to negotiate on your way in the door or you’ll be stuck with 2% raises for the rest of your career.
August 2014
"Perfect."
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor:
Pros: Excellent job and perfect job I like it.
Cons: Baddest job ever and I hate it so much.
October 2013
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor:
Pros: Updating my knowledge on daily basis
Cons: My payroll system and internal Politics
June 2020
"Toxic environment that will consume your life, if you allow it."
Information Technology (IT) Supervisor in Johannesburg:
Pros: Being involved in running a large enterprise IT environment, exposure to new technology, stable source of employment.
Cons: Rude and impatient, computer illiterate user base. A lack of recognition and career growth opportunities due to nepotism.