Computer Network technician
Installing and Troubleshooting computer network equipment,including data cabling, routers, switches, firewalls, etc. Install and troubleshoot various operating systems on workstations and servers.
- Technicians must possess the skills for installing operating systems, such as Windows, Unix or macOS, and network components and be conversant with networking protocols, such as TCP/IP, DNS, FTP, and SMTP, among others.
- Network Technicians must also assess PCs/ laptops, hardware and software of the network, servers, and other devices to identify potential issues.
- Install, maintain, resolve, and examine network cabling.
- Promptly troubleshoot issues to ensure that computers and network equipment are always up and working.
- Be conversant with network management and network ecosystem.
***It is imperative that technicians keep themselves abreast of new network technologies so that they can suggest improvements to improve the network systems of their organizations.
- Ability to explain technical issues to personnel belonging to non-technical backgrounds.
- Ability to partner with the system administration and information technology support teams of their organizations.
- Must document instances for future reference.
Educational Qualifications and Other Requirements
Aspiring technicians need to have at least an associate degree in computer science or engineering or any related discipline. Certification in A+, MCSE or CCNA would be beneficial.
If candidates understand programming, they can advance their career in computer networking. It will also help them maintain, operate, and diagnose network systems.
Technicians need to have excellent communication, analytical, and organizational skills. They also need to be good team players.
Technician should be ready to work flexible hours and be prepared to work at different sites.
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