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Some Network Technicians
area's of expertise:
Installs, configures, and maintains the organization’s LAN,
servers and all workstations. Manages all users computer
performance and maintains very high security of LANS. Works
with multiple hardware and software platforms that are of a complex
Some Networking Tech
configure, diagnose and maintain LAN for the entire facility.
Determine best possible solution for additional network access as the
Work closely with contract cable installers to obtain viable network
cabling installation for expansion of the LAN.
Analyzes products and recommends new products and services for both LAN
and the computing environment.
computer equipment as needed to maintain the local user
community. Holding down time to a minimum for computer
related issues are a must.
Provide local interplant telephone
support. Configuring phone system on a limited basis and
troubleshooting function for the entire facility.
Serve as member of team or project group in area of expertise as
assigned by IT manager.
Interact and cooperate with other IT professionals both in-house and
Interact and cooperate with outside vendors protecting the company’s
become a Networking Tech?
Most employers will require a bachelor’s degree that is related to
computer or information science. Programs offered usually will include
classes in networking, computer programming, or systems design.
Another way to get started in this field is by getting certified.
Certification programs are generally offered from certified providers
like Microsoft or Cisco.
Although to move up to a networking tech you will need to have some
type of degree.
Some employers if you are certified may also pay for some of your
training to get you where they want you to be.
The 3 choices you see at the top are examples of resume templates for a
networking tech resume.
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