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PostSubject: AsSignMent 2   Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:41 pm

Job I would like to hold in the future

The fast changing world and constant new technology that is available, managers need to be aware of the technology that will increase effectiveness in their company. The job I would like to hold is an Information systems manager.

Job description

Information Systems Manager

Information Systems Manager is responsible for the computer systems within a company, overseeing installation, guaranteeing back up systems operate effectively, purchasing hardware and software, providing the ICT technology infrastructures for an organization, and contributing to organizational policy regarding quality standards and strategic planning.

Information systems managers’ work in a wide variety of organizations and career prospects vary accordingly. Larger organizations may offer structured career paths in this field, with increasing management and technical responsibility. Opportunities may also exist, depending on the organization and the nature of the role, in management and technical strategy at directorship level. Information systems managers may also progress into roles in project management and IT group management.

The role of an information systems manager in a smaller organization is likely to cover a wide range of responsibilities, and some choose to enhance their programming and development skills within the organization. They will customize their role to satisfy their interests whilst meeting the needs of the organization and, either stay with that organization, or use the skills they have developed to move to a different role in another business.

Some information systems managers choose to capitalize on their specialist technical knowledge and business experience by moving into technical consultancy, contracting or project management.

Information systems managers work in every size of organization in industry and the service sector, usually with a staff of technicians, programmers and database administrators reporting to them.

Typical work activities of Information Systems managers are responsible for the implementation of technology within an organization and direct the work of systems/business analysts, computer programmers, support specialists, and other computer-related workers. The post holder will usually be an experienced worker with technical expertise coupled with an understanding of business and management principles. Duties within the role are ultimately dependent on the employing organization and the complexity of its information systems.

Standard activities are likely to include:
• evaluating user needs and system functionality and ensuring that ICT facilities meet these needs;
• planning, developing and implementing the ICT budget, obtaining competitive prices from suppliers where appropriate, to ensure cost effectiveness;
• scheduling upgrades and security backups of hardware and software systems;
• researching and installing new systems;
• ensuring the smooth running of all ICT systems, including anti-virus software, print services and email provision;
• ensuring that software licensing laws are adhered to;
• providing secure access to the network for remote users;
• ensuring the security of data from internal and external attack;
• providing users with appropriate support and advice;
• managing crisis situations, which may involve complex technical hardware or software problems;
• mentoring and training new ICT support staff;
• Keeping up to date with the latest technologies.

The development and management of information technology tools assists executives and the general workforce in performing any tasks related to the processing of information. Information System Manager and business systems are especially useful in the collation of business data and the production of reports to be used as tools for decision making.

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PostSubject: My Future Job   Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:35 pm



We are to think of the future, and develop a Job Description for a job we would like to hold someday. Its hard to pick my own future job for it requires self esteem in dealing such difficult works; however, I have to chose which I really like to be with someday. I want to be an Information Technology Director. I choose this job for I want to manage and direct such companies and offices in the future. I'm looking forward for this job, for since I want to handle position that needs critical analysis, and a little bit complicated so that I can develop my skills in thinking. The mere fact the I am an IT student is the mere fact that it has a greater chance to be an IT Director. Here are some descriptions of an IT Director.



IT Director Job Description

This is a real-world description for an IT director. The description itself is several years old, but 95% of it is still appropriate for today.
ROLE-SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES


Networking
• Plans and implements additions, deletions and major modifications to the supporting infrastructure company-wide in coordination with corporate leadership.
• Oversees the implementation of network security at the corporate level.
• Anticipates future network needs, identifies proactive solutions to satisfy needs.

Telephony
• Oversees the planning and management of the company's telephone system and manages company-wide upgrade efforts.



Help Desk Administration
• Oversees the management of corporate help desk activities and resolves escalated issues if necessary.

Asset Management
• Helps establish and build relationships with vendors in conjunction with corporate leadership.
• Oversees all IT-related purchasing and budget usage; works with Accounting to develop budgets.
• Holds responsibility for capacity planning and scheduling vendor negotiations related to IT.

CAREER PATH CORE COMPETENCIES

Communication
• Ensures department is well informed, at all times, of changes and news worthy events within the company.
• Effectively communicates relevant IT-related information to superiors.
• Handles difficult personnel situations directly, using appropriate discretion, HR advice, and respect for the individual.
• Promotes the company through speaking engagements at industry conferences and involvement in local business organizations.

Management
• Exercises staff oversight to ensure new operations plans, policies, procedures, and transition/migration plans are consistent with the overall company goals and objectives.
• Holds responsibility for IT staffing and budgeting projections on a company-wide basis.

PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES

Leadership
• Achieves excellence in all areas of business.
• Champions change and effectively manages the implementation of new ideas.

Teamwork
• Reinforces team approach throughout practice both on client projects and internal initiatives.
• Supports and solicits input from team members at all levels within the organization.
• Ensures regular team and practice events take place away from the office.

Client Management
• Communicates effectively with internal clients to identify needs and evaluate alternative business solutions and strategies.
• Continually defines ways to increase internal client satisfaction and deepen client relationships.
• Maintains lasting internal client relationships
• Ensures practice delivers superior solutions to internal clients.
• Provides senior level resolution to internal client issues.

ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Innovator Development
• Participates in all programs and enforces all policies relating to performance evaluations and career development planning.
• Reviews management evaluations for consistency.
• Impresses upon management the importance of the career planning and performance evaluation programs.
• Creates an environment where Innovators can successfully achieve professional career path goals.
• Manages the development of project managers and senior managers.
• Assigns tasks to practice management that give managers an opportunity to grow.

Internal Operations
• Reviews status reports of Project Managers and Senior Managers and addresses issues as appropriate.
• Lends expertise to internal teams and task forces.
• Enforces standard company policies and procedures.[center]


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PostSubject: System Analyst   Wed Jul 08, 2009 10:57 pm

What is a Systems analyst?

A systems analyst is responsible for researching, planning, coordinating and recommending software and system choices to meet the organization’s business requirements. The systems analyst plays a vital role in the systems development process. A successful systems analyst must acquire four skills: analytical, technical, managerial, and interpersonal. Analytical skills enable systems analysts to understand the organization and its functions, which helps him/her to identify opportunities and to analyze and solve problems. Technical skills help systems analysts understand the potential and the limitations of information technology. The systems analyst must be able to work with various programming languages, operating systems, and computer hardware platforms. Management skills help systems analysts manage projects, resources, risk, and change. Interpersonal skills help systems analysts work with end users as well as with analysts, programmers, and other systems professionals.
Because they must write user requests into technical specifications, the systems analysts are the liaisons between vendors and the IT professionals of the organization they represent. They may be responsible for developing cost analysis, design considerations, and implementation time-lines. They may also be responsible for feasibility studies of a computer system before making recommendations to senior management.
Basically, a systems analyst performs the following tasks:
• Interact with the customers to know their requirements
• Interact with designers to convey the possible interface of the software
• Interact/guide the coders/developers to keep track of system development
• Perform system testing with sample/live data with the help of testers
• Implement the new system
• Prepare High quality Documentation
Many systems analysts have morphed into business analysts. And, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that "Increasingly, employers are seeking individuals who have a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) with a concentration in information systems."
All organizations rely on computer and information technology to conduct business and operate efficiently. Computer systems analysts help organizations to use technology effectively and to incorporate rapidly changing technologies into their existing systems. The work of computer systems analysts evolves rapidly, reflecting new areas of specialization and changes in technology.
Computer systems analysts solve computer problems and use computer technology to meet the needs of an organization. They may design and develop new computer systems by choosing and configuring hardware and software. They may also devise ways to apply existing systems’ resources to additional tasks. Most systems analysts work with specific types of computer systems—for example, business, accounting, or financial systems or scientific and engineering systems—that vary with the kind of organization. Analysts who specialize in helping an organization select the proper system software and infrastructure are often called system architects. Analysts who specialize in developing and fine-tuning systems often are known as systems designers.
To begin an assignment, systems analysts consult managers and users to define the goals of the system. Analysts then design a system to meet those goals. They specify the inputs that the system will access, decide how the inputs will be processed, and format the output to meet users’ needs. Analysts use techniques such as structured analysis, data modeling, information engineering, mathematical model building, sampling, and cost accounting to make sure their plans are efficient and complete. They also may prepare cost-benefit and return-on-investment analyses to help management decide whether implementing the proposed technology would be financially feasible.
When a system is approved, systems analysts determine what computer hardware and software will be needed to set it up. They coordinate tests and observe the initial use of the system to ensure that it performs as planned. They prepare specifications, flow charts, and process diagrams for computer programmers to follow; then they work with programmers to “debug,” or eliminate errors, from the system. Systems analysts who do more in-depth testing may be called software quality assurance analysts. In addition to running tests, these workers diagnose problems, recommend solutions, and determine whether program requirements have been met.
One challenge created by expanding computer use is the need for different computer systems to communicate with each other. Systems analysts work to make the computer systems within an organization, or across organizations, compatible so that information can be shared. Many systems analysts are involved with these “networking” tasks, connecting all the computers internally, in an individual office, department, or establishment, or externally, as when setting up e-commerce networks to facilitate business among companies.
Work environment. Computer systems analysts work in offices or laboratories in comfortable surroundings. They usually work about 40 hours a week about the same as many other professional or office workers. Evening or weekend work may be necessary, however, to meet deadlines or solve specific problems. Many analysts telecommute, using computers to work from remote locations.
Like other workers who spend long periods typing on a computer, computer systems analysts are susceptible to eyestrain, back discomfort, and hand and wrist problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome or cumulative trauma disorder.



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PostSubject: Web Designer   Thu Jul 09, 2009 2:48 am

I would prefer to work as a:
WEB DESIGNER

Web designing for me could be a stable job, if the technology is getting smarter and the services are getting faster, being a web designer is good, you can have the up to dates information. Aside from it is actually a fun work. Wit this job, you do it with our getting forced by the employer.
Web sites are coming up all the time all over the world. Web professionals develop and maintain web pages and web sites on the Internet. Internet design and development is a combination of two skill sets: Programming as well as art/graphic design. Web development can be regarded as a special form of programming. Web developers are involved in creating models, graphic designs, web page designs, testing and troubleshooting.
Popular Web development tools include HTML, Macromedia’s Dreamweaver and Microsoft’s Frontpage.
Web development requires creativity and attention to detail. Although programming skills are important, it is also vital that the Web developer has a flair for presentation and aesthetics. Web development in addition involves a fair amount of testing and problem solving.
What I have given is a general guide. There are no hard and fast rules. As a lot depends on opportunities at your disposal and your working environment. In small organizations, the job functions tend to overlap. While larger organizations are more compartmentalized. For example, in certain places, an individual can combine the tech support and networking functions. And in some other places, the function of the programmer, DBA and web designer may be all rolled into one.
As you can see, there really are wide varieties of positions available to you in the IT world. Now it's up to you to find a category of work that fits your background, personality and desires. You may also need to get a practical feel of the job. Also be resourceful in acquiring career information. But note that choosing a career path is not all that you need to succeed in IT. Attitude, knowledge and experience are all key success factors.
While there are opportunities in all areas of IT, Technical support is usually regarded as the best area for a beginner to gain a good working knowledge of the basics of the IT profession. You may not make much to start with, but if you are serious you can enhance your value as a professional. Hands-on experience gained especially in the area of problem solving is invaluable for starting an IT Career. PCs can be seen in every sphere of life now. What this means is that it is easier for a newcomer in tech support to get experience and get a foot in the door, as opportunities are virtually limitless. This is quite unlike a newcomer with skills in more complex applications that are not commonplace.
At the end of the day, its not what job it is but its what kind of job could it be. If it is legal or illegal. It is better to gain income which comes from your own works, than to have it in an illegal way.


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 09, 2009 4:00 am

A job for me in the future:

When I was a little child I always dream to be a soldier.But now, I would like to be a NBI Intellignce Service Investigator(lol) specializing on IT works. I want to pursuit this career because I'm serving the country at the mean time I apply my learning as an IT professional. Because I believe that I can enhance my physical, mental, and logical strengths in this organization.

Where do NBI investigators work?

The investigators work at their own desks in the office, since they in the government, they logged in on the office at 8:00 am and end at 5:00 pm excluding special operations.

NBI Functions

Under its enabling law, Republic Act 157, as amended, the NBI is empowered to:

* investigate crimes and other offenses against the laws of the Philippines, both on its own initiative and as public interest may require;
* assist, when officially requested in the investigation or detection of crimes and other offenses;
* act as national clearing house of criminal records and other information for use of all prosecuting and law enforcement entities in
* the Philippines, of identification records of identifying marks, characteristics and ownership or possession of all firearms and test bullets fired therefrom;
* give technical help to all prosecuting and law enforcement offices, agencies of the government, and courts which may ask for its services;
* extend its services in the investigation of cases of administrative or civil in nature in which the government is interested;
* establish and maintain an up-to-date scientific crime laboratory and conduct researches in furtherance of scientific knowledge in criminal investigation;
* coordinate with other national or local agencies in the maintenance of peace and order;
* undertake the instruction and training of a representative number of city and municipal peace officers at the request of their respective superiors along effective methods of crime investigation and detection in order to insure greater efficiency in the discharge of their duties.




What is an Intelligence Service?

The Intelligence Service (formerly known as the Domestic Intelligence Services; Domestic Intelligence Division; Intelligence Section) is the security service arm of the Bureau which undertakes internal security operations against terrorist elements and large organized crime groups who are identified as threats to the State as well as undertake internal security operations and investigation on suspected corrupt government officials or persons deemed or identified as a security threat. It is also mandated to undertake and supervise the security training and education of government, police and military personnel (upon their agency request)on matters relating to intelligence and security and when call upon, conduct security survey and risk assessment of government (and at times, private) infrastructures classified as critical in nature.

IS-NBI operational divisions from time to time are called on by the Bureau management to assist the Special Investigative Services (SIS) in the solution of a number of the high profile-complex crime cases handled by the Bureau during the past
several years.

How to become an Investigator?


Basic Qualifications for SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR

1. Filipino Citizen, of good moral character and in excellent physical and mental health.
2. Baccalaureate degree holder.
3. First grade civil service eligible and/or Board passer.
4. No pending criminal, civil or administrative charges and never convicted of any crime.
5. At least 5'5" in height for males; 5'3" for females.
6. Between 25 and 35 years of age.
7. With a general weighted average of 84% in the transcript of records, without any failing
grade.
8. Vision with normal range.
9. No tattoo marks or pierced ears.





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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 09, 2009 5:52 am

In this Assignment, we are tasked to think of our future job and provide a description to our desired job. This activity is absolutely caught my attention because we are talking with our future. This time is my opportunity what I want to be in the future. And there’s always a questions that would envision in our mind: What shall I be in the future? Can I make it? Am I a successful person in the future?

In this case, all of us had a dream, a dream to be victorious of all the things that we did. And I have to pursue this dream.

Becoming a Database Administrator is not easy. You have to be trained and have the ability to do the tasks in developing some implementation in database.

This kind of job is expected to grow much faster because many database administrators work in computer system design and related services and one of the fastest growing industries.

. Database administrators must be able to think logically and have good communication skills. Because they often deal with a number of tasks simultaneously, the ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail is important.
Standard Occupational Description:
Coordinate changes to computer databases, test and implement the database applying knowledge of database management systems. May plan, coordinate, and implement security measures to safeguard computer databases.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND TASKS

1. Writing computer programs for various purposes.
2. Using mathematics to solve problems.
3. Analyzing needs and product requirements to create a design.
4. Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

Knowledge

1. Circuit boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications and programming.
2. Business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
3. Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.

Abilities

1. Read and understand information and ideas presented in writing.
2. Communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will understand.
3. Apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense.


Tasks

1. Develop data model describing data elements and how they are used, following procedures and using pen, template or computer software.
2. Develop standards and guidelines to guide the use and acquisition of software and to protect vulnerable information.
3. Plan, coordinate and implement security measures to safeguard information in computer files against accidental or unauthorized damage, modification or disclosure.


INTERESTED?

When you choose a job in an occupation that matches your own interests you have taken an important step in planning a successful and rewarding career.

Investigative — Investigative occupations frequently involve working with ideas, and require an extensive amount of thinking. These occupations can involve searching for facts and figuring out problems mentally.

Conventional — Conventional occupations frequently involve following set procedures and routines. These occupations can include working with data and details more than with ideas.

Realistic — Realistic occupations frequently involve work activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions. They often deal with plants, animals, and real-world materials like wood, tools, and machinery. Many of the occupations require working outside, and do not involve a lot of paperwork or working closely with others.

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PostSubject: HRM Assignment 2   Thu Jul 09, 2009 12:51 pm

Laughing Think of the future, develop a Job Description for a job you would like to hold.

Exclamation My Future Job Question

We were tasked to develop a job description for a job we want to the future. In this assignment I am free to think any job that I want in the future.

For me, it's hard to choose a job that I want in the future because there’s a lot of jobs that comes in my mind. There are many jobs related in IT . But for me, I want to become a successful WEB DESIGNER someday. A person who designs web sites, and any associated application software. The person responsible for creating the design or look and feel of the web site.
Web designers must have an understanding of software functionality as well as graphic design skills to create successful Web pages.
Web designers are responsible for creating the look and feel of World Wide Web pages for a client's Web site. This involves developing a graphic design that effectively communicates the ideas being promoted by the Web site. A web designer may take part in the initial planning of a Web site, meeting with the client to discuss ideas for the layout and organization of the site, the types of colors or images to use (photos, illustrations, videos, etc.), and other matters concerning overall graphic design. Sometimes a web producer has already developed a basic concept for the web page. In this case it is the web designer's task to create a design that matches the producer's ideas.
Once the basic concept is agreed upon, the web designer must collect the text documents and images that will appear on the page and convert them into a form in which they can be viewed. This requires a mastery of HTML (hypertext markup language), the computer language used to create web pages. The designer must also have knowledge of the most current HTML extensions—programs that make it possible to add special features to web pages such as animations and interactive surveys. Because a Web site may incorporate a variety of different functions, including clickable e-mail contacts or the ability to download files to a computer, the designer must have a working knowledge of FTP (file transfer protocol) and other programs that enable these functions to work.

Part of the web designer's task is to create pages that can be used on any type of server (a central computer in a network that stores files and provides these files to individual computers) and viewed with any type of browser (the software that enables people to access the World Wide Web). To do this, a web designer must be familiar with issues of browser/server compatibility, including which browsers and servers work well together and which ones do not. In addition, the designer must know computer languages such as Javascript, which can be used to create web pages that are compatible with a wide range of hardware and software.

Because web designers work with a client or web producer to develop and refine ideas, they must have strong verbal and visual communications skills. Designers should be able to listen closely to the client and create pages that reflect what the client is looking for. They also need to be flexible because they may be called upon to change their designs. Since Web sites are constantly updated to remain current, a designer has to be able to work well under the pressure of tight deadlines and changing demands.

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PostSubject: • Assignment 2 •   Thu Jul 09, 2009 1:01 pm

What profession I want in the future?


To be honest, I really don’t have any idea on what profession would I have and what would I become in the future. But, as I was researching in the internet, Web developer is the has a huge salary and can make a lot of money. I’m just being practical! Haha.. Just kidding. Well, I chose Web Developer because of the job description that I have read in one of the sites I visited.


This is the Web Developer Job Description:
PROJECT RELATED COMPETENCIES
Solution Development and Delivery
• Understands technical and functional design requirements.
• Assists in physical and logical database design.
• Creates prototypes for client engagements.
• Designs, codes, and tests technical solutions.
• Identifies system deficiencies and recommends solutions.
Project Execution
• Leads small teams of developers.
• Assists in enforcement of development deadlines and schedules.
• Understands the necessity of and contributes to coding standards.
• Develops internal and external meeting objectives and agendas.
• Prioritizes multiple tasks effectively.
CAREER PATH CORE COMPETENCIES
Communication
• Promotes active listening with team members.
• Contributes appropriately to conversations.
• Accurately prepares written business correspondence that is coherent, grammatically correct, effective, professional and engaging.
Relational Databases
• Understands advanced relational database concepts.
• Demonstrates proficiency with physical and logical database design.
• Writes effective stored procedures.
• Possesses demonstrated work experience with at least one relational database management system.
Programming Languages
• Demonstrates proficiency in at least one structured programming language.
• Creates effective XSL stylesheets.
• Reads and understands XML schemas.
Architecture
• Understands client server and internet systems architectures.
• Demonstrates familiarity with object and component methodology and technology.
• Understands DCOM/CORBA or equivalent.
• Identifies appropriate use of COM objects.
PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES
Leadership
• Follows through with commitments and fosters mutual trust with fellow employees.
• Assumes additional responsibility without being asked.
• Encourages fellow team members to make innovative contributions and embrace new ideas.
Teamwork
• Proactively initiates, develops, and maintains effective working relationships with team members.
• Recognizes the strengths and weaknesses of each team member .
• Demonstrates the ability to cooperate with a variety of people and achieve results.
Client Management
• Anticipates client needs before they arise and presents solutions to project management that encompass issues at hand.
• Understands expectations that were set with client and recognizes when issues/events may affect delivery.
ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Professional Development
• Proactively seeks opportunities to broaden and deepen knowledge base and proficiencies.
• Shares acquired skills with team members through formal and informal channels.
• Encourages more junior employees to take responsibility for their development within the company.
Internal Operations
• Participates regularly in the recruitment of new hires through our interviewing process and involvement in recruiting events.
• Actively contributes to
internal programs

http://www.mariosalexandrou.com/free-job-descriptions/intermediate-web-developer.asp


Web developers can be found working in all types of organizations, including large corporations and governments, small and medium sized companies, or alone as freelancers. Some web developers work for one organization as a permanent full-time employee, while others may work as independent consultants, or as contractors for an employment agency.


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PostSubject: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO ROBOTICS   Thu Jul 09, 2009 1:09 pm

cheers INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO
ROBOTICS


In this world of fast changing environment through the massive application of technologies, most of
the things are better learned through the aid of computers with the internet connection. Ideas, knowledge and other teaching at school, office and elsewhere were more dependent in the information provided by the computers. Everyone especially the students most likely rely on the computers whenever they have researches, assignments, and more other helping information that they could get out of surfing the net. The approach, attention and time that people spend in their computers are more of what they could spend with that of the books available at school, and other sources. Aside from computer provides fast, accurate data, it is also known for its capability of securing the files and other stored data. People nowadays would likely to spend most of their time in front of computers and enjoys every second since many things are done by using it. Just like the creations of robots these stuffs makes every chores easier by making themselves the servant of every task. Their job provides faster, cleaner and efficient that a normal person don’t. Expensive though many still prefers having them even if it is expensive.


The availability of the schools facility especially in computer laboratory would surely be of great help to make Philippines famous in the innovative world of technologies. However things works not easy as we thought it would be. Especially that the Philippines still belongs in the 3rd country implying that we still don’t have enough money to support whatever new ideas that one may propose since all of the government’s fund is already budgeted to all of the agencies here in our country. If it so happens that someone high ranking official would like to hear the said proposal it would still be rejected later on because of the lack of budget. This sad reality leads the Filipino inventors to sell their ideas to other countries.


In relation to this, the subject that I opt to suggest is INFORMATION TECNOLOGY TO ROBOTICS aside from being an Information Technology student, this idea came in my mind for I observed that rich countries only promotes the invention of robotics and has the capability to finance it. Though other science and private schools has this, why not make it in all schools? The chances of making new innovative technologies like simple robots would help us Filipino’s ease and save time in doing stuffs that is time taking. The possibility of exhibiting our robot would surely make an investment that would eventually help our economy later on. With the Filipinos creativeness, talent, and wild imaginations the country’s future in robotics would surely be known in the whole world.


This ambitious thinking in letting the Filipinos create futures ideal innovations and other technological advancement is possible if and only if supported by the government.


Computers lead the way in making robots. Without programs robots won’t work as we expected it would be. And since almost of the people depends their daily work in computers, then chances of lists of inventors/innovators is high. Japan- the world’s most influential and leading country when it comes to technology is very rich in robots and other technologies. The Japanese’s creative idea’s and amazing talents makes Japan as successful as it is now in the world. Their annual exhibits of robots AZIMO one of the famous and other technologies is a continuous fact that they don’t stop in every inventions that they make instead they develop it more to make their robots better and better.


Question Now the challenge is that could we make it?

Question Or would this idea work? Could possibilities occur with this ambitious plan?
Question If Japan make it why cant we? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 09, 2009 2:00 pm

JOBS I WANT TO HOLD SOMEDAY

Nowadays in these high -tech generation ,IT professions are everywhere . Industries , are looking for applicants that has enough knowledge dealing with new technologies acquired for the job . Business , are adopting IT /IS change for improvement on the services of the company. Schools, IT is courses is in demand. Students, are involve in accessing the net . Families ,can easily see there relative on the other country. These are the evidences that knowledge on technologies are everywhere. Which I’ve also considered why I choose these course.

Entering a college life ,some student doesn’t know the course they pursue .With a little knowledge and interest on it, they enrolled not knowing the career should be in that course. Dealing with myself I admit I really encounter that kind of experience .I don’t have enough knowledge with my course Bachelor of Science in Information Technology all I know that it have a little connection on accountancy which is 1st on my list of possible course I should enroll but since I enrolled in this university I choose this course cause it in demand and appropriate in this generation . I never regret enrolling here though it is hard but it is challenging.

Now that I am on 3rd year level ,I have choosen many career that I should like to hold. Though I’m not yet deciding I know that all of the jobs description are connected to one another as long as soon you can develop skills about those jobs

These are my possible jobs want to hold:


Web developer

Job description

“Web designers are responsible for the layout, visual appearance and usability of a website. This role may overlap with that of a Multimedia programmer and web architect. Using a combination of graphic design skills and technical knowledge of how web pages are created, the work involves:"

♥️liaising closely with a customer or client at the design stage and finding the answers to questions about why the site is needed, who the target audience will be, who the leading competitors are, etc;


♥️producing a design that will be attractive to the target user, has a logical navigation system and has all the features required;


♥️writing web pages in a combination of codes, such as HTML and XHTML, CSS, Javascript, Actionscript, ColdFusion, .Net, Flash, or using code-generating programs, such as Dreamweaver and Visual Studio;


♥️deciding on how images and other material will be digitally optimised and presented for the web;



♥️ensuring that material on the web site is accessible to all groups including those with disabilities;


testing the site for functionality in different browsers and at different resolutions;


♥️fixing errors.


"Web designers will have knowledge of graphic design packages such as Fireworks or Photoshop in order to produce basic layout and manipulate images. Skills in e-commerce and server side technologies, such as PHP and .Net, and internet security are also important. As users gain faster access to the internet via broadband, web designers with skills in multimedia and interactivity are likely to be in greater demand. “

http://www.prospects.ac.uk/p/types_of_job/web_developer_job_description.jsp

→→→But then I never learned it as of now since in our I never meet IT Fundamentals subject that the new curriculum had . But hoping soon I could learn it .


Systems Analyst



Job description

“A systems analyst is responsible for researching, planning, coordinating and recommending software and system choices to meet an organization's business requirements. The systems analyst plays a vital role in the systems development process. A successful systems analyst must acquire four skills: analytical, technical, managerial, and interpersonal. Analytical skills enable systems analysts to understand the organization and its functions, which helps him/her to identify opportunities and to analyze and solve problems. Technical skills help systems analysts understand the potential and the limitations of information technology. The systems analyst must be able to work with various programming languages, operating systems, and computer hardware platforms. Management skills help systems analysts manage projects, resources, risk, and change. Interpersonal skills help systems analysts work with end users as well as with analysts, programmers, and other systems professionals.

Because they must write user requests into technical specifications, the systems analysts are the liaisons between vendors and the IT professionals of the organization they represent[1] They may be responsible for developing cost analysis, design considerations, and implementation time-lines. They may also be responsible for feasibility studies of a computer system before making recommendations to senior management.

Basically, a systems analyst performs the following tasks:

* Interact with the customers to know their requirements
* Interact with designers to convey the possible interface of the software
* Interact/guide the coders/developers to keep track of system development
* Perform system testing with sample/live data with the help of testers
* Implement the new system
* Prepare High quality Documentation

Many systems analysts have morphed into business analysts. And, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that "Increasingly, employers are seeking individuals who have a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) with a concentration in information systems."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systems_analyst


→→→ Im interested on this jobs since Im love to analyze and give a decision making for the improvement of someone I hope It can relate my to in analyzing skills on the systems of the company I could apply
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PostSubject: ASSIGNMENT 2   Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:50 pm

Thinking of My Future Job

There are many things to consider in choosing our future jobs. One of it is the field of interest of the employee. Interest drives a person to pursue and develop his future career. It serves as a guideline to which a person would direct his path which he will lead his future. There are lots of factors to consider before thinking and aspiring those jobs. It is not easy to commit yourself to a job without considering these factors. People who don’t consider nor think these factors often times fail to achieve their goals in life. With God’s gift of intelligence success would always be within our grasp.

Some factors to consider in choosing your future job are the following:

• Skills -the skill you have should match to the job you want.
• Body condition – it should be considered because it is your biggest investment and asset; considering the body condition because you cannot achieve it even you have the knowledge to do it but how to do it is in your hands
• Family – it should be considered because they primarily give motivation and support
• Interest – it should be considered because it fuels your motivation to pursue your job

ROBOT PROGRAMMER



Robotic technology once referred to the machines that were used in the auto industry on an assembly line. However, as technology has progressed, it can no longer be confined to simply assembly work. Robot machines have become beloved household pets, analyze blood samples and assist hospital patients.
New robot program innovations include robots with vision systems and machine intelligence that reads labels in order to accurately pick the necessary part from nearby containers. Robot automation can reduce time and costs while improving quality and efficiency. However robot programmers are needed to create and tell the robots what their jobs is - how to do the job.
While robot programmers are needed to program the robots, they are also needed in configuring existing computer systems integration with robotic technology. This often requires the programmer to do a lot of traveling and initial set up work. But it�s not always about big huge machines making other machines that make things such as car accessories. Robot programmers are an umbrella term for a variety of necessities and life easing luxuries.
Entering the field of robot programming first requires an interest in both robotics and programming. An education is the first direction to go. Most robot programmers need a degree in either computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, mathematics, or something similar. Because this career is very detailed oriented and making mistakes can have serious consequences, most robot programmer’s work in groups.
Robot programming is a new career in an emerging world of innovative technology advances that is still in its infancy. Robot programmers are very much in demand and while robotic technology will indeed push forward to meet the demands of a technological future, the next five years of robotic technology will continue to question, �how can this be done better, safer or more efficient�?

SOURCE: http://www.career-opportunities.net/career_profiles/robot_programmer

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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:26 pm

FUTURE JOB
Future for me is fragile. Before you have it you should handle your present with care. Time goes by and as your experience, so before everything else you must be willing to earn new more knowledge about your field. Since I am an Information Technology student, I want a job that best suits my field – a System Analyst.
First and foremost let’s learn first what a System Analyst is.
A systems analyst is responsible for researching, planning, coordinating and recommending software and system choices to meet an organization's business requirements. The systems analyst plays a vital role in the systems development process. A successful systems analyst must acquire four skills: analytical, technical, managerial, and interpersonal. Analytical skills enable systems analysts to understand the organization and its functions, which helps him/her to identify opportunities and to analyze and solve problems. Technical skills help systems analysts understand the potential and the limitations of information technology. The systems analyst must be able to work with various programming languages, operating systems, and computer hardware platforms. Management skills help systems analysts manage projects, resources, risk, and change. Interpersonal skills help systems analysts work with end users as well as with analysts, programmers, and other systems professionals.
Because they must write user requests into technical specifications, the systems analysts are the liaisons between vendors and the IT professionals of the organization they represent[1] They may be responsible for developing cost analysis, design considerations, and implementation time-lines. They may also be responsible for feasibility studies of a computer system before making recommendations to senior management.
Basically, a systems analyst performs the following tasks:
* Interact with the customers to know their requirements
* Interact with designers to convey the possible interface of the software
* Interact / guide the coders/developers to keep track of system development
* Perform system testing with sample/live data with the help of testers
* Implement the new system
* Prepare High quality Documentation
Many systems analysts have morphed into business analysts. And, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that "Increasingly, employers are seeking individuals who have a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) with a concentration in information systems."
SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systems_analyst

After I’ll graduate here in the University of Southeastern Philippines as a bachelor’s degree, I planned to enroll again in a technical school on which they offer teaching about programming. In that way, I can gain more knowledge and learning about programming.

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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Sat Jul 11, 2009 6:56 pm

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Required Skills

=> Must be a Microsoft Certified Engineer with 7 to 10 years supervisory networking experience.
=> Must have experience in supporting CISCO routers, switches and CISCO IP telephone equipment.
=> Internet technology experience such as Active Directory, Exchange 2003, Internet Banking, Firewall configuration and McAfee Anti-Virus Suite and network security is required.
=> Supporting Microsoft windows server 2003, desktop windows XP and SQL2005 is also a must.
=> Additional experience in project management, and infrastructure design is critical ... Smile Smile Smile

Other Nice to Have Skills

=> Displaying excellent interpersonal skills while working with non-technical employees and the ability to handle changing priorities while maximizing resources is very helpful.
=> Banking software applications support is helpful but not necessary.
=>The successful candidate must have a college degree in Information Technology or equivalent... Smile Smile Smile

Job Description

=> Manager will manage and oversee Bank's network ...
=> Reviews, evaluates, recommends and administers enhancements to the Bank's current network infrastructure ...
=> Responsibilities include but are not limited to ensuring proper functioning of Bank’s Networks.
=> Installs updates as necessary, helps business operations utilize information systems to improve efficiency, keeps computer equipment, hardware, and software updated to meet organizational needs, sets up and maintains Bank’s network, Intranet, CISCO, Internet banking, systems, etc.
=> Ensures back up systems are in place and operational for all Bank systems. Oversees setting up and maintenance of all user accounts... Smile Smile Smile


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PostSubject: HRM - Assignment2   Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:47 am

JOB I WOULD LIKE TO HOLD IN THE FUTURE

Computer/Software Programmer

Description

Along with the invention and advancement of computer technology came computer languages used for programming computers.
HTML and Java are two common program languages that currently exist. If you can understand and communicate in Java, you're ready
to start your career as a computer programmer.

Java, along with Pascal, Visual Basic, and C++, to name a few, are computer languages used by programmers who create, modify,
and test the forms, scripts and codes that tell computers what to do. They use the languages to teach the computer how to
respond to users and different programs.

Most computers or networks will function with one or two languages. Using that language, software programmers develop software.
Software is a general term for the various programs used to operated computers. Software programmers combine and adapt
existing programs. They may also write new programs in computer code, for daily use and for problem solving.
Programmers sometimes test and debug pre-written computer programs or software packages.

In order to know what kind of programs are required, they speak with the people who will be using them. They must be
good at communicating not only in computer languages, but with real people, as well. They not only develop the programs,
but write up descriptions about them, prepare manuals, help screens, or explain the new software to users. They might have t
o adapt the programs once they're in use, to make them more suitable to the users.

Interest and Skills

Programmers must have lots of experience with hardware, software, and computer systems and processes. They need
to know about programming languages and techniques. They should have a genuine interest in computers and computer
capabilities. They should be methodical, logical, patient, careful, and accurate. Programmers should be adaptable to
new things, and work well under pressure. They also need to be good communicators, and be able to work well with others,
as well as independently.


Typical Tasks

* Discuss the user's requirements
* Plan how the programs will be developed
* Write programs
* Write manuals or explain program's function
* Run tests to ensure programs and computer systems are working properly
* Find faults in programs
* Prepare reports on programs
* Maintain and upgrade programs
* Solve software problems for users
* The typical day for a software programmer will involve working with computers, analyzing, developing, and implementing programs.

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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:47 pm

Thinking For the jobs that i want to handle.

They have a lot of job that I want to handle specially to the job that deals with computer, because in most cases right now the job that deals with computer is the most challenging and most important to a business group. A computer literate is now more needed to the different kind of profession because everywhere you are weather you like or not you can deal with technology. And the most important of it is to have more knowledge about this. This are the most jobs that I really want to handle in the future:

• Web Developer
• Database Administrator
• Call center Agents

Why Web Developer?

Web Developer is the most in demand job right now in fact there is a lot of company looking for a web developer. Sooner, the population of a web developer will grow fast and be more challenging for me to manage just like call center, a web developer company is also a twenty four hours in service. So we can see through this that this can be a good scoop of the Human Resource student in the coming year. For the Human Resource Manager this is the most challenging for them to manage the employee especially in night shift. . .

Why Database Administrator?

Database Administrator, is the profession that I really like most, because this profession can develop my ability to manage database and also a database Administrator are the most important person in the system. There is a lot of money involve in this job, wow!! Imagine if you are a database administrator and you are managing a different database you’re easy to gain money. So if I’m the Human Resource Manager I just have a one hundred Database administrator of course it’s a challenge for me to manage them because in every database Administrator there is a minimum of one and more than one database that they manage. So therefore, My Company has a lot of applicants that makes transaction to maintain their system and that’s jobs transaction is under the Human Resource-Department because the database administrator is belong to the Human Resource-Department.


Why Call Center Agents?

Call Center Agents is the most challenging jobs for the Human Resource- Department especially to the large amount of the employee in the call center because a lot of strategy are going to impose and plan on how to become their employee more productive even in the night shift are still energetic and how to maintain the right mood of answering the phone call of the caller. This would be the important thing for the Human Resource Department that needs an attention for a call center company. That’s why a call center company is looking for a good Human Resource Manager because they know how hard to manage the employee in a call center.


This are the jobs that I really want to handle because like what I’ve explain in the upper part of this column for me this is the most challenging jobs that I really wants to handle and hope sooner I can handle even one of this.


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 2 (Due: before July 09, 2009, 13:00hrs)   Mon Jul 20, 2009 5:27 pm

I would like to agree with mMara.

Quote :
Future for me is fragile.

I think it works the same with me. Peace yot.

Think of the future; develop a job description for a job you would like to hold.

And with that I would like to be a DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR.

Well Wiki says, a database administrator (DBA) is a person who is responsible for the environmental aspects of a database. The role of a database administrator has changed according to the technology of database management systems (DBMSs) as well as the needs of the owners of the databases. For example, although logical and physical database design are traditionally the duties of a database analyst or database designer, a DBA may be tasked to perform those duties.

I have gained a bit knowledge on what DBA really is when we had out DBAD 1. I found it very confusing at first but as the lessons goes by, I find it very interesting. After DBAD 1, we went through DBAD 2. Things got complicated when we were asked to work it hand in hand with our PROG 3.

But still, I would want to be a DBA. I found some other duties of being a DBA:

The duties of a database administrator vary and depend on the job description, corporate and Information Technology (IT) policies and the technical features and capabilities of the DBMS being administered. They nearly always include disaster recovery (backups and testing of backups), performance analysis and tuning, data dictionary maintenance, and some database design.

Some of the roles of the DBA may include

* Installation of new software

* Configuration of hardware and software with the system administrator

* Security administration

* Data analysis

* Database design (preliminary)

* Data modeling and optimization

* Responsible for the administration of existing enterprise databases and the analysis, design, and creation of new databases.
o Data modeling, database optimization, understanding and implementation of schemas, and the ability to interpret and write complex Structured Query Language (SQL) queries
o Proactively monitor systems for optimum performance and capacity constraints
o Establish standards and best practices for SQL
o Interact with and coach developers in SQL scripting


With these duties, I am much interested with security administration. It is one of the main duties of the DBA is to monitor and administer DBMS security. This involves adding and removing users, administering quotas, auditing, and checking for security problems. This might sound simple but this one makes the role of a DBA important when it comes to maintaining the databases' security and integrity. I would like to further broaden my knowledge and understanding about DB so that I can be able to become one someday.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Database_administrator

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