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telecom sector engineer jobs

Analytical and problem solving skills are always an added advantage for a telecommunications engineer as identifying and analyzing problems of the existing telecommunications systems so that one can determine the most effective ways of reducing and eliminating future problems for improved communication levels. The basic qualification that the job requires is an Engineering Degree in Electronic or Telecommunications. But like any other profession a degree alone cannot guarantee success. Companies prefer employees who have the basic knowledge of telecom operations with a dollop of an attitude to learn and adapt. The world of telecommunications is ever changing thus to be able to adapt to new technologies is a must in this job role.

According to O*NET OnLine, the majority of telecommunication engineer specialists hold a bachelor’s degree and 26% hold a certification and 17% an associate’s degree. Those surveyed reported their career titles as telecommunication systems designer, a telecommunications consultant, and telecommunication engineer to name a few. As a telecommunication engineer, you would analyze a business’s communication needs and then work to design or recommend the equipment needed to accomplish that goal. You would also need to maintain and test current communication equipment to ensure they are in working order and upgrade outdated equipment to improve communications.

Telecommunication engineers may oversee telecommunication installers and their work to ensure quality and also provide expert support as needed. If working for a client, telecommunication engineers may need to train the team of people that will be maintaining the equipment. More info: telecom sector

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