Skills, Attributes and Attitudes
Provenir (firstname.lastname@example.org, TEL: +44 (0) 113 457 0140, 1 Aire St, West Yorkshire, Leeds LS1 4A)
IT Project Manager
For this Job Role the specific skills are set with high expectations to separate the good from the best. This is done by employers to ensure they find the best people available. Specific roles for this include having the ability to;
- develop technical specifications from set requirements,
- manage project resources and manage both internal and external clients to a high standard
The Employer will value skills such as:
- good communication
Attitudes / Soft Skills
This Job role requires you to be:
- Results - Driven,
- strong leader.
Applause IT innovation (email@example.com, 0121 285 3615, 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BD)
Within this job role you are required to know to a strong programming languages such as C# and SQL. These are essential to the employer as this will allow the person to quicker adapt to the new job, be aware of there current work and be able to input and develop sooner with less training. By meeting the Specific skills the employer knows where you stand and how and what work you are able to do at the early stages of employment.
To fit the demands of the job role some general skills are required to have:
- Good written skills
- Problem solving skills
- Good critical thinking mind.
These skills are desired by the employer as it means you will be more effective, reliable and be able to develop your own work further. These skills further show the employers you can handle yourself and wont delay or slow down the team around you. These skills can be developed and improved over time but showing them early tells the employer you're already competent for the job.
Attitudes/ Soft skills
Your attitudes and soft skills are crucial to your employer in knowing your personality and style of worker. For example this Role requires you to be: