Customer and Personal Service Computers and Electronics Administra on and Management Computers and Electronics Produc ons and Processing Personnel and Human Telecommunica ons Resources Economics and Accoun ng
Ac ve Listening Cri cal Thinking Reading Comprehension Service Complex Problem Solving Solid Verbal Communica on Skills Social Percep veness Sound Judgment and Decision ‐ Making
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Sounds Wri ng and Speaking Abili es Deduc ve Reasoning– Apply general rules to spe ‐ ci fi c problems Induc ve Reasoning– U lize details to form gen ‐ eral rules Informa on Ordering (Organiza on) Problem Sensi vity Close A en on to Detail
Dependability Integrity Flexibility Coopera on Analy cal Thinking Stress Tolerance Leadership Independence
Informa on Systems Occupa ons
Info Technology (IT) Manager IT Director IS Director Data Processing Manager Management IS Director IS Manager IS Supervisor Compu ng Service Director Director of Applica on Development Technical Services Manager
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Computer (Design) Company Corpora ons (Management) Insurance Carriers Colleges and Universi es So ware Publishers
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*Bureau of Labor Sta s cs 2010 ‐ 11
Review project plans to plan and coordinate project ac vity.
Manage backup, security and user help systems.
Develop and interpret organiza onal goals, policies, and procedures.
Develop computer informa on resources, providing for data security and control, strategic compu ng, and disaster recovery.
Consult with users, management, vendors, and technicians to assess compu ng needs and system re ‐ quirements.
Stay updated about advances in technology.
Meet with department heads, managers, supervisors, vendors, and others, to solicit coopera on and re ‐ solve problems.
Provide users with technical support for computer problems.
Recruit, hire, train and supervise sta ﬀ , or par cipate in sta ﬃ ng decisions.
Evaluate data processing proposals to assess project feasibility and requirements.
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The median annual wage of informa on systems managers was $115,780 in May 2010.
The middle 50 per ‐ cent earned between $90,850 and $115,780.
The lowest 10 percent earned less than $71,420, and the high ‐ est 10 percent earned more than $146,080.
Median annual wages in the industries employing the largest numbers of informa on system specialist in 2010 were: Computer system design ‐ $133,450 Management of companies and enterprise ‐ $125,860 Insurance carriers ‐ $119,220 College and universi es ‐ $100, 710 So ware publisher ‐ $139,090
*Provided by the Bureau of Labor Sta s cs (2010 ‐ 11)
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Associa on for Informa on Systems (AIS), www.aisnet.org
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