IT Supervisor

July 24, 2020 3:55 am Published by Leave your thoughts


  • Candidate must be a Bachelor’s/College Degree graduate in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology or equivalent
  • Has at least 5 years work experience as IT Supervisor
  • Must have knowledge of IT infrastructure components (server, storage, network data and applications).
  • Possess excellent oral & written English communication skills.
  • Good negotiation and presentation skills.
  • With outstanding interpersonal skills to deal with all levels of employees.
  • Has good leadership skills, can be both technical and people leader.
  • Systematic, highly organized and with keen eye for details.
  • Can work well with minimum or no supervision


Job Description:

  • Delivery of IT infrastructure projects from planning, design to implementation.
  • Manage the project from start to completion including resolution of issues.
  • Manage the implementation and operation of information and functional systems for the organization, including software applications, network, phone systems and end-user computers.
  • Manage communications and working relationships between IT and other departments within the organization and systems providers.
  • Develop and implement IT policy and best practice guidelines for the organization.
  • Analyze, report and make recommendations for the improvement of the IT network infrastructure and system.
  • Understand business goals and recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in business objectives, productivity and security management.
  • Evaluate security threats and new IT trends in developing effective security controls, policies, standards, and guidelines.
  • Evaluate potential security breaches and recommend corrective measures.
  • Ensure the security of client data.
  • Develop and implement disaster recovery policies and standards to align with company business continuity.
  • Manage the IT department which include scheduling, conflict resolution and disciplining.
  • Provide direction for the IT personnel and identify opportunities for training and skills advancement.
  • Ensure department objectives and performance metrics are achieved.
  • Manage annual IT budget and ensure cost-effectiveness, develop cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives.

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