Many would consider technical skills within the tech sphere as beyond their reach. What better reason to celebrate the efforts of women that have pressed on and strived to make their mark within this technical landscape.
With the nominations for the 2016 Women in ICT Awards closing this week, ARN is encouraging the industry to come together to celebrate female technical excellence in Australia.
Now in its fifth year, WIICTA recognises and celebrates the achievements of talented female front runners who have become influential figures in Australia’s ICT industry.
In recognising the efforts of women in technology, ARN is encouraging female engineers to put themselves or their peers forward and showcase their technical contributions to the ICT industry.
The Technical award recognises candidates who have excelled in the IT and engineering segment of the market, demonstrating a proven depth of knowledge and abilities. The candidate will demonstrate excellence in problem-solving and decision-making skills, and an exemplary level of accomplishment in job performance.
Nominees can address their most noted technical contribution to the ICT industry; provide a timeline of their career advancement thus far; and show how she has excelled in the ICT and engineering segment of the market (earned promotions or achieved top results in company projects or initiatives)?
The awards also recognise efforts through the achievement, rising star, shining star, innovation, entrepreneurship, and community awards.
Nominations will close on Wednesday, November 2, so get your nominations in now!
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