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Can someone tell me: What is my job title??

By Martin- ·
I work in a small but growing organization that has about 50 users.

I work on every aspect of the network, right from help desk/client support, software, hardware, exchange server, ISA server, NAS, disaster recovery, as well as budgeting and purchasing. I look after all the printers, faxing, and building security. I build the company?s internet and intranet web sites. But I have no idea what my title is!?

Most of my time is spend on client issues but my primary role is network administration, but I do so much more than that as well! Can anyone tell me what the jack of all title is? Do I sit with Network Administrator or IT Support Officer...or what? Thanks!

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Welcome to the club

by zlitocook In reply to Can someone tell me: What ...

I have done most of what you have said and then some. At one place I was called a Network support specialist at another a system analyst or a desk side support by Microsoft.
A few years ago you had one or two jobs but now your lucky if you only wear 10 hats. And get paid for two, what happened to the late 90's? Oh yeah the bosses made all the money and ran, cheaper import help and outsourcing for more then half the pay.

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You are the C & N G

by Deadly Ernest In reply to Can someone tell me: What ...

which is the Computer and Network Guru / Genius - use which appeals to you. CaNG is pronounced Kang like klang without the L or CAN G.

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title

by ericl_w19 In reply to Can someone tell me: What ...

thats call the company ****.you do everything.hehe sorry had to say it.

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Titles is about who you report to

by Danis In reply to title

This is not about the work you do, this is about responsibility areas. Usually, an IT Manager is responsible for the areas you describe and reports to a VP. If you report to the CEO you might be a CIO.
This is an issue to be cleared with whoever you report to, and is done when you join.

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