Choosing your career path might be a dreadful task. SO many possibilities out there, and so many questions!
But worry not — we come with answers.
To help you choose your digital career, we have developed 8 Digital Jobs Profiles that we found to be the most in demand across European employers. We hope this will give you an idea of what your professional future might look like.
In our Digital Job Profiles cycle, you will learn about the main goals, tasks and ICT skills required for each position. We will also explore what type of organisations look for employees with specific job profiles.
Ready to begin? Today we’re introducing: JUNIOR WEB DEVELOPER!
Junior Web Developer is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining and updating web accessible software based on designs provided. Junior Web Developers align the client’s web presence with business strategy, troubleshoot web-software problems and issues and look for ways to improve the websites and applications.
As a part of a team, Junior Web Developer designs, develops and maintain websites that drive the business growth of the client/organisation.
What does a Web Developer do?
- interpreting client requirements
- creating web pages based on a provided design specification
- creating new websites and individual web pages
- updating existing websites with new content and continuously enhancing website functionality
- keeping existing websites functional
- liaising with clients, suppliers, customers, partners and stakeholders
Where can they work?
- as part of a team in a large organisation (under direction)
- in a small or start-up enterprise / organisation with a sole responsibility for the company’s web presence
Which ICT skills do they need to have?
- working on a personal computer
- web development
- understanding and experience in using programming software
- accessing organisation’s back-end IT systems