The telecommunication technician job is to take care of the on-site installation, troubleshooting, alterations and maintenance of the telecommunication products. The professional must examine the customer order and specification to ensure network installation is done properly. The technician has to create an installation diagram for every customer. It is the responsibility of the Telecom Technician to order and gather telecommunications equipment, materials, tools, and supplies.
The technician must run, pull, splice and terminate cables to for uninterrupted voice and data services for customers. They have to maintain a record of the network equipment and cable by routing and labeling them. The Telecom Technician has to work in collaboration with all the department to provide customers with the best service. The professional will have to test the circuits, alarms, and equipment to ensure proper functioning of the services.
The Telecommunications Technician will perform system analysis in support of the telecommunication system. They should have an in-depth understanding of the network components such as switches, ports, and routers. The professional has to be well-versed with a variety of test equipment to identify and resolve any technical issues. The technician will have to understand flowcharts, equipment manuals, and technical documentation.