Kia Ora Scott
Firstly, congratulations on finding your passion. So awesome that you have made a decisive move and got the qualification.
Next step is landing the right job and company. One that you can thrive and grow in. One where you are listened to and developed. A large organisation will typically offer you structured support which is something to keep in the think tank.
Food for thought
A smaller organisation (SME) often will allow more self management but requires a confidence and initiative to thrive as you often need to create the structure yourself
Web Technologies has me thinking could you be a temp (more likely in an sme) or permanent person (more likely in a larger organisation). Then there is contracting interdependently which needs financial independence to work as the income is unpredictable.
So where to start?
Make sore your resume is right up to scratch with good detail. Even the attitude and responsibility sights from your construction can set you in good stead. Check out examples on google.
Think about organisations that you might be interested in. Research them and see if the web story aligns with your thinking.
Make seek your best friend. Cruise it every day. Get broad searches set up so that they are sent to you. Think about the job titles that would be possible and the different ways that a business that is not a web tech specialist might think of this job.
Apply for roles and follow up with a phone call to stand out.
Check out my article on linkedin on searching for a job. This goes into heaps of good detail.
Call me if you want to I am happy to chat .
All the best and keep on rock’in