Tech sector job ads up, but some sectors in decline

The technology and science sector was second only to the mining, resources and energy sector in recording the highest job advertising growth in March, according to new employment data revealing the sector was up by 20% on the previous year.

Slow wage growth, but pay rises for IT workers likely

Slow wage growth has hit the Australian employment market, but despite the slowdown, top IT workers can expect a pay rise in 2018, according to a newly published salary report.

New country manager for Unit4

Unit4, a provider of enterprise applications for service organisations, has promoted Chris Tithof to the role of ANZ country manager and sales director.

Dale Murray, Xero UK

New Zealand-based accounting software company Xero has appointed a UK-based entrepreneur, Dale Murray, as a non-executive director on its board.

Anthony Leverington, NGINX

Open source vendor NGINX has appointed former Amazon Web Services account manager Anthony Leverington as country manager of its Australia and New Zealand operations.

Patrick Williams, Commvault APAC VP sales

Back-up and recovery specialist Commvault has appointed former Autodesk senior sales executive Patrick Williams as vice-president of Sales for Asia Pacific.

IT on a roll as executive demand hits a high note

The IT sector has been cast as the “real corporate game changer” for business in Australia, with the latest report on executive demand in the sector showing a 9% increase for March over February, with New South Wales and the ACT the clear leaders - and executive jobs up 47% on a year ago.

Luke Clark, new Converga CEO

Canon Australia’s previous chief information officer Luke Clark has been appointed chief executive of Canon Group company Converga.

New chief marketing officer for Samsung Electronics Australia: Josh Grace

In the great Game of Marketing Thrones at top technology companies, a new man is set to be called "Your Grace" – Josh Grace, who gracefully takes up the position of chief marketing officer for Samsung Electronics Australia, effective immediately.

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