Systems Engineers design, install, and update networked computer systems — including operating systems, application software, and system management tools. They often work in project teams to ensure the system architecture and usability is directly aligned with the operating needs of the organisation.
Once the ICT system is operational, as a Systems Engineer you’ll be monitoring system performance, security, and backups. You’ll need solid coding and scripting skills, as well as experience working with a wide-range of network applications, monitoring tools, and cloud systems.
There are 12 courses available for people who want to become a Systems Engineer.