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IT Manager CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 24 Mar 2021

Tip: Use the IT Manager CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Justin Pullman

88 Dignum Street
EH41 1ET
Mob: 079 4613 4561       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am an ambitious, customer-focused and results-oriented IT Manager with more than four years of experience in providing IT Services. I am passionate about designing, developing and implementing new technologies and systems in order to drive down costs and improve efficiency across the organisation. My proven leadership skills include managing, developing and motivating teams of IT professionals. I have a strong talent for analysing current systems, finding new best practices and implementing exciting IT strategies to improve business operations.


  • Graduated with a 2:1 degree in Information Systems Management
  • Employee of the month for three consecutive months, 2015
  • Implementing major systems with near zero downtime and zero data loss
  • Member of the British Computing Society


2011 – 2014BSc Information Systems ManagementUOBGrade achieved: [2:1]

Relevant Modules:

  • Information Systems Management
  • Employment Relations and Human Resources Management
  • Software and Programming Languages
  • Information Systems and Organisations
  • Human Resource Management
  • Dynamical Systems and System Architecture
  • Business Management in a Global Context

2009 – 2011
Results: Maths: B Business Studies: A IT: A
A LevelsSummerfield College
2004 – 2009
Results: 14 GCSEs at Grades A*-C, including Maths (B) and English (A*)
GCSEsSummerfield School

Work experience

Sept 2015 – PresentIT Manager           Beyond Computers Ltd.

Main duties performed:

  • Supporting, maintaining and upgrading IT Infrastructure and services
  • Providing IT solutions to a large number of organisations from all industries, including business, healthcare, legal, architecture and construction
  • Carrying out a variety of IT tasks, including providing helpdesk support, project management, application development and IT policy and strategy development
  • Responsible for the day-to-day management of the IT department
  • Managing and supervising a team of 7 IT professionals and technicians
  • Training staff and clients in using various applications
  • Researching and developing new IT solutions in order to meet the client’s needs
  • Implementing computer security systems to protect data
  • Ensuring the smooth operation of all IT systems, infrastructures and servers, and making sure that they are running to the required level
  • Taking care of network maintenance, upgrades and security
  • Monitoring and ensuring projects are delivered on schedule and within budget
  • Ensuring that all IT changes are managed properly in order to minimise downtime and risk of any inconveniences to users
  • Provided pre-sales support and customer demonstrations on visits
  • Updating clients on the progress of the transition to new systems
  • Helping in the identification of cost-effective technical solutions which meet business requirements
  • Holding regular reviews of all IT systems and equipment
  • Helping in the continued improvement of technical support
  • Negotiating contracts with suppliers regarding terms & conditions and costs
  • Making strategic decisions regarding IT infrastructure for future needs
  • Recruiting, training and supporting members of staff
  • Overseeing all IT expenditure and producing reports accordingly

Feb 2015 – Sept 2015Technical Support Assistant         UOB

Main duties performed:

  • Providing technical assistance on a variety of IT issues
  • Logging calls and responding to customer e-mails
  • Ensuring smooth operation of printers, by replacing cartridges and ribbons
  • Interacting with individuals in a positive and friendly manner
  • Organising member card access to building areas
  • Setting-up programs on servers and desktops
  • Assisting in password resetting and portal logins


  • PRINCE2 (Projects in controlled environments)
  • Level 3 N.V.Q. Employability Skills
  • MCSE, CISCO and Office365 Certifications
  • Level 2 Award in Personal Safety Awareness- NCFE


  • Excellent IT Skills: Windows, Ubunti and Mac Operating Systems, Windows Server 2008, Hardware & Software Security, Microsoft Office package / Outlook, Google Analytics, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Firewalls, LAN/WAN,VPN, Content Management Systems, etc.
  • Web and Programming Skills: Python, HTML & CSS, JavaScript and AngularJS 1.X, Visual Basic, PHP, C++ and Ruby.
  • Digital Marketing: Proficient in using many social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Linkedin) for business purposes.

Hobbies and interests

During my spare time, I enjoy playing football with my friends and travelling and experiencing different cultures and climates. I also enjoy activities which relate to IT, such as building new systems and updating my blog on gadgets and technology.


Mr Paul Ross
IT Manager, Beyond Computers Ltd.
Address: 40 Derby Rd, Derby, DY2 6UE
Tel: 077 6322 7435
Email: [email protected]
Mr Nathan Payne
Technical Support Officer, UOB
Address: 7 Milk Road, Leeds, L50 3EI
Tel: 0722 8334 5672
Email: [email protected]

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  • Jargon: It is generally advisable not to use any jargon or highly technical terms on your CV because you don’t know who will be reading your CV and whether those terms would mean anything to them. For certain jobs, including the IT Manager role, an exception can be made because the only way you can convey your knowledge and expertise of key areas of the job is to use jargon and technical terms. Therefore, do not be afraid to mention all the software programs that you are familiar with or the areas of IT you have previously worked on, but be careful not to overdo it because that will affect the readability of your CV.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £25.000 – £65.000
    Degree and Relevant Work Experience
    39+ hours per week


  • Foresight
    Having a strong foresight for the direction in which things are going
  • Decision Making
    Making decisions and solving problems involving varied levels of complexity and risk
  • Time Management
    Identifying critical and less critical activities and tasks and prioritising accordingly
  • Computing Skills
    Excellent knowledge and expertise in IT; software, hardware, networks, trends, etc.
  • Troubleshooting
    Ability to identify and solve technical problems as a matter of urgency
  • Management
    Strong leadership skills to lead a team through tough decisions and circumstances

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