ICT Account Manager finds place on the list of occupations in Australia!
ANZSCO ‘Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations’ has mentioned 225211 ICT Account Manager on the list of occupations Australia. The skilled immigrants can now place an application for the said occupation under the General Skilled category. The occupation belongs to the category of Major Group 2 Professionals who are expected to perform managerial, analytical, creative and conceptual tasks through a judicious application of theoretical concepts, knowledge and experience in the field of media, business, arts, engineering, education, transport, sciences, social sciences, law, information and communication technology.
ASRI also identifies the indicative skill levels to suit the requirements of the job. Most occupations on the list need at least a Bachelor degree or an advanced higher qualification on the area of expertise. ANZSCO also mentions that a relevant experience of 5 years can be substituted for a formal qualification under Skill level 1. The applicants need to show an Advanced Diploma or an AQF Associate Degree alongside 3 years of relevant experience under Skill level 2. For certain occupations, ANZSCO requires the applicants to an early exposure or an on-the-job training to complement the formal education. Apart from the technical jobs, certain occupations under Arts and Media (sub-major group 21) seek a high level of creative talent, Interest and personal commitment in place of experience or a formal qualification.
ANZSCO gives a fine definition of the occupation 225211 ICT Account Manager:-
Manage key accounts for selling Computer Hardware, services and software and to identify sales opportunities at new lands. Customer satisfaction, coordination and retention should be the watch word for the job.
As an ICT Accounts Manager the professional need to expand business by way of acquiring new accounts and associations. The business idea need to be explored further by inviting new tenders, making sales proposal, presentation of ICT concepts and providing services. The Account Manager is required to represent the firm while selling its range of computers, peripherals, software, hardware and ICT goods. The clients need to be extracted from sectors such as business, industry and services.
As a key Accounts Manager the individual is supposed to compile a list of prospective clients who can be a potential client by way of communication, trade directories and competition. The clients need to be communicated, informed, convinced and retained for selling goods & services. The manager must keep in touch by way of an effective communication and CRM methodologies.
Australia is slowly and steadily showing a demand on occupations of a general skilled category. This recent list of occupations shows different jobs and opportunities which are very unique and unconventional, 225211 ICT Account Manager being one of them. It is also suggestive of the fact that contrary to what other countries practice, Australia provides a larger picture on occupations. The jobs arise on services, business development, marketing, client servicing, after sales and even teaching. The applicants are therefore supposed to give the list a good look and then make an application.