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Based on 1,616 responses, the job of Information Technology Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Information Technology Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
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July 2016
Information Technology Specialist:
Pros: I enjoy working with a diverse group of people and taking care of the systems that are used to help veterans. I like working in the city.
Cons: Tasked with things that are outside the scope of an IT Specialist. No room to advance in my career. Limited access to our systems to troubleshoot and learn. Not trusted by upper management to have access to our systems. Micro managed. Overly secure to the point it is very time consuming to do my job, sometimes impossible. Lack of equipment to support the agency. Communication throughout the agency is non existent at best. No management on site. Not trusted to have supervisory tasks though I am qualified. Discrimination by my director. Favoritism towards my directors local employees.
August 2016
"It's like how computers and data interacts."
Information Technology Specialist:
Pros: I love the people I'm working with.
Cons: The partners did not my value and contributions to the company.
August 2016
"Juggle 10,000 things."
Information Technology Specialist:
Pros: Being able to come to the rescue for people who appreciate it.
Cons: Getting abused by people who think of you as a plummer for computers and that you should be onsite within 5 minutes even though you support 700 people.
September 2016
"Keep your eyes wide open."
Information Technology Specialist:
Technology changes rapidly and skills deteriorate just as fast. Always stay on a learning path to keep competitive.
November 2016
"Best problem solving and solution development job ever."
Information Technology Specialist:
Pros: I am able to work with ease and solve problems on the go by any means necessary. The people I work with count on me to make sure the tools they use are working good on a constant basis with little disruption.
Cons: Traffic in the area is a pain. But I manage.
January 2017
"Youth in IT."
Information Technology Specialist in Matawan:
Pros: I like the consistently changing environment, in terms of different jobs at hand. Whether low voltage wiring, on site computer troubleshooting and repair there is always a challenge to overcome. I also love being surrounded by the constantly developing field of technology.
Cons: One downside to my position with my current company, is that I do not get compensated for several things. Time driven, gas, personal vehicle miles, are all expenses that are not returned. I also have no schedule, totally and completely on call with no pre-established jobs.
March 2017
"Know Exactly what is Expected in your Role and Exceed it."
Information Technology Specialist in Toronto:
Gain strict outline about the core daily responsibilities. Understand what is the companies participation in your career path. How does the company expect you to handle stress levels. Under what are the perks and valuable skills associated with this job. Never stop learning and don't get complacent.