When looking for a new job, there are a few key things to consider. Do you want to work remotely? Do you prefer a startup or corporate environment? And what compensation do you mean?
Of course, the salary is not all. Sometimes you can be won over by benefits, justice or even the promise of a truly wonderful teacher. However, this is still something to consider.
A recent study found that wages and benefits are the most important part of a job specification, and qualifications, job details, and performance goals are considered less important.
We predict that as the cost of living increases, many people will explore their options and discuss whether to move to greener pastures. So before you think about the move, look at the highest paid tech vacancies in the UK by 2022 based Really a salary calculator.
Big Data Architect
Average salary: £ 57,630
Big data architects make plans that large organizations can then use to manage their data systems. They are working hard to ensure data security and compliance – and as you can imagine, this is a rapidly growing field as big data continues to expand into new areas.
- Data visualization, data migration and data modeling
- Knowledge of systems development
- Knowledge of programming languages PythonC / C ++, Java and Perl.
Average salary: £ 65,599
Java is widely used, especially by large organizations, so Java developers are always in high demand. Because this is such a diverse field, their daily roles may vary from one company to the next, but their role will usually involve owning a particular application or working on multiple programs simultaneously.
- Knowledge of Java-based web services
- Attention to detail
Average salary: 67,386 pounds
DevOps engineers are returning to the list of the highest paid technical vacancies. DevOps can work in a variety of sectors from online media to online banking, working with IT professionals working with software developers, administrator staff and many other departments to oversee the release or deployment of code.
- Excellent monitoring and reporting skills
- Knowledge of system administration Git, Jenkins, Linux or Unix
- Excellent communication skills.
Average salary: 74,620 pounds
Cloud architecture is a relatively new entry on the list, but its rise in prominence has been driven by a lack of skills in the field. In a nutshell, the cloud architect is responsible for overseeing the company’s cloud computing strategy. They are responsible for cloud architecture development, cloud strategy development, and cloud management and monitoring.
- Experience with programming languages such as Python, Ruby and Elixir
- Leadership skills
- Knowledge of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure or Google’s cloud platform
Average salary: 91,679 pounds
A security architect is a senior staff member who is responsible for designing, building and maintaining a company’s IT system and all relevant parts. Like hackers with white hats, they usually anticipate cyberattacks and actively stop them before they can happen. Cybersecurity is an ever-growing field, so we expect this role to be in demand for many years to come.
- Advanced knowledge of computing network systems
- Management skills
- General knowledge of malware analysis.
Average salary: £ 108,231
This record will not come as a surprise. Being one of the oldest IT employees in the organization, it makes sense that the CTO is one of the highest paid technical vacancies. But what exactly do they do day in and day out? They are responsible for managing the company’s technology, including everything from overseeing cybersecurity strategies to contributing to product development. The CTO will manage multiple teams, so he needs to have a good understanding of all the company’s technology needs as well as business goals.
- Project management
- Leadership skills and strategic thinking
- Security and privacy management.
This article is part of a paid partnership with a career platform Jobbio to share with UKTN readers the most interesting technology vacancies in the UK.