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IT Consultant

As an IT Consultant you will partner with clients and advise them on the use of information technology to meet business objectives. You will provide strategic guidance regarding technology and IT infrastructure. You may provide guidance and technical expertise on selection and procurement and user training and feedback.

An ideal candidate will have a degree in computer science or engineering. You must be experience in writing code and have an expert level in MS Office Applications. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills, and strong analytical skills. You must be willing to travel as needed.

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What responsibilities are common for A Consultant jOB

  • Meet with prospective clients to determine requirements.
  • Engage with clients to define the scope of the project.
  • Plan timeline and resources needed for project.
  • Understand organizational practices and their industry.
  • Travel to client sites.
  • Define software, hardware and network requirements.
  • Identify and resolve project issues.
  • Prepare project status reports.

What are the typical qualifications for IT Consultant

  • Degree in Information Systems, preferred.
  • Information Technology certificate, preferred.
  • Any IT certification, preferred.
  • Experienced writing code.
  • Experience using Microsoft Office Applications, including Project.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Superior presentation skills.
  • High level analytical skills.
  • Willing to travel at times.



Consultants will partner with the biggest clients: to determine where the current process starts and ends
and the sequence of steps in between. While the level of detail can vary, information around inputs,
outputs, metrics, and stakeholders are typically included. This process will represent the workflow
process as a flowchart.

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