Are you wondering what tech and non-tech IT careers are available, and how to get into them? This session will demystify careers and job titles in the tech industry, making it easier for you to get to your dream job. For a wide range of IT jobs, we will cover job titles, skills required, career path, salary, and how to get in. The speaker Alan Kan has had 20 years in the tech industry, including 10 years at IBM. Having experienced many different roles in the industry, he has now co-founded Mission Ready to help graduates to gain work experience.
Each week during semester, the AUT Lunchtime ICT and Engineering Employer Lunchtime Series
provides a platform for industry to connect with emerging young talent and for students gain
insight and awareness about the roles and opportunity to work in the tech sector.
For Techweek 2020 we are opening this event to the public to join students and alumni to hear about this week's organisation, their work, the various roles they offer and skills required. It is an interactive session that provides learning about the quality opportunities ICT and engineering helping you make an educated decision about your career in tech.
AUT students, please register for the event on e-lab to ensure your attendance is recorded for the Edge Award.
The AUT Lunchtime ICT and Engineering Employer Lunchtime Series is bought to you by AUT's School of Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences with support from the AUT Employability and Careers team.
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
A frequent speaker in tech conferences, Alan Kan has had 20 years in the tech industry, including 10 years at IBM. Having experienced many different roles in the industry, he has now co-founded Mission Ready to help students and graduates to jump start their careers in IT industry