The infrastructure manager at a company is responsible for the organization of that company’s internal workings, which can include a variety of factors, such as the employees, the company’s assets and resources, as well as the methods used for the management of the company in general. An infrastructure manager will normally choose to specialize in a particular area of the company’s infrastructure, such as its information technology department, in which case the job will have very different responsibilities attached to it from one company to another.

A Bachelor’s degree in a management-related field could be sufficient to get hired in most cases, but it’s becoming more and more common for companies to require Master’s degrees from their candidates. Additionally, those wishing to specialize in a particular field of the company would have to acquire a degree related to that field as well – for example, an IT infrastructure manager would need a degree in computer science or computer engineering to get hired.

As an infrastructure manager, one can typically earn between $54,000 – $65,000. The job tends to pay slightly less than the other management positions in any given company, and it can furthermore have some high responsibilities attached to it. It can be very demanding to newcomers, and learning the intricacies of a company’s organization can take a lot of time and effort, which is not properly rewarded in some rare cases – so it can pay to research the market before setting off to look for a job in this position.