Computer Systems Analysts work to ensure that all computer systems within an organization serve to support organizational goals. They are tasked with collaborating with colleagues to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the existing systems and identifying areas for improvement. They then take this information and design and build improved systems. Computer Systems Analysts work across a multitude of industries and generally form part of an engineering or IT team.
The majority of Computer Systems Analysts hold a bachelor's or a master's degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. This qualification may be overlooked when a candidate can exemplify and equivalent level of knowledge in the field. The most successful Computer Systems Analysts are excellent critical thinkers and have superior communication skills. They must be able to find creative solutions to complex problems. Additionally, this role requires individuals who are committed to keeping up with the latest technological advances in order to ensure their organization is using the best technology available.
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