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What are you really looking for in a job? What do you like to do and what are you good at? Asking yourself these questions is the first step towards reaching your career goals.

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Eat, sleep, code, repeat


You’re quite the techie with a passion for software development. Thus, coding should definitely be a part of your daily work routine.

  • Working on innovative applications makes you happy
  • Helping customers with optimizations and automation solutions is right up your alley
  • In addition to programming, you also want to be closely involved in functional and technical analysis
  • Testing and documenting your results when building applications is a given

Turn Data into value

BI / Data Analysis

It is not about the data, but the analytics. It seems drawing conclusions and solving problems from data is your calling.

  • Acquiring, processing and summarizing data is right up your alley
  • Designing and creating data reports using various reporting tools like Qlikview, Tableau makes you happy
  • You have some programming skills (R, Python)

Become a data digger

Data Engineering

You love data, the more the better. Mining large amounts of (un)structured data to identify patterns is what makes you happy.

  • Predicting the future base on past (data) patterns is one of your top skills
  • Exploring and examining data from multiple disconnected sources makes you happy
  • In addition to programming (R, Scala), you have statistical and mathematical skills

You're a die hard problem solver


Mapping requirement into processes and designing solutions is your calling. Solving IT problems should definitely be a part of your daily work routine.

  • Analysing the company’s existing IT environment, processes and infrastructure is right up your alley
  • You’re interested to expand your expertise in domains like backup & storage, network & system engineering, security and/or IT service management
  • Broad knowledge of IT infrastructure, Cloud solutions and Windows Server systems is a given

Bridging the gap between business & IT


Does a career as a Functional or Business Analyst spark your interest?
  • Translating business needs to IT requirements based on business and functional analysis is right up your alley
  • Easy communication between two parties is a no-brainer
  • Preparation and presentation of the results of a test phase makes you smile
  • Understanding the needs of a client and bring them to the fore is a given

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It can be a rough road finding your dream job. Let us help you along the way!

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