NETWORK SYSTEM TECHNICIAN
Network System Technicians play a vital role in the information technology field by providing technical assistance to IT end-users. They serve as the problem solvers for computer software and hardware users who experience day-to-day computer and internet-related challenges.
WHAT DO NETWORK SYSTEM TECHNICIANS DO?
A career as a Network System Technician is ideal for those with a thirst for learning new skills and the ability to translate technical terminology into layman’s terms. Network System Technicians may work in-house as corporate Technical Support Specialists or Computer Support Engineers, or remotely assisting customers over the phone, by email, and through online chat systems.
Regardless of the setting, their work is vital to keep end-users productive and minimize the frustrations of bugs, glitches, and a general lack of understanding of the computer hardware and software that drive our modern world. Stable connectivity is the life force of thriving businesses, as well as government agencies, schools, hospitals, and most other organizations. It is the Network System Technician who promotes and supports our ability to stay connected.
Beginning your veteran IT career as a Network System Technician is a great way to become acquainted with various computer systems, hardware, and software. The troubleshooting skills you will master will be valuable in any IT career you may go on to pursue.
WHAT TRAITS MAKE A GOOD NETWORK SYSTEM TECHNICIAN?
As a Network System Technician you must have a deep understanding of computer hardware and software…and a patient, methodical approach to helping others resolve problems.
Part teacher, part tech expert, and part therapist, you’ll enjoy helping co-workers or customers tackle confusing and challenging situations we all encounter in our daily computer work.
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