Focuses on the interaction between computer and communications equipment. Designs voice, video, graphics, data communication and Internet systems. Supervises the installation of the systems, including radio transmitters and receivers, and provides maintenance and other services to clients after the systems are installed.
• Design, develop, test, and supervise the development, production and operation of electronic equipment such as broadcast and communications systems, and radios.
• Define requirements, including transmission capacity planning, in areas such as communications, signal processing, and control systems
• Monitor technology (VoIP) development and make appropriate recommendations to achieve efficiency
• Enable telephone service via wires and cables that connect customers' premises to central offices maintained by telecommunications companies.
• Install, repair, and maintain telephone equipment, cables and access lines, and telecommunications systems, including radios
• Assemble equipment and install wiring.
• Help customers understand the new and varied types of services offered by telecommunications providers.
• Install and maintain radio transmitting and receiving equipment, including stationary equipment mounted on transmission towers and mobile equipment, such as radio communications systems in service and emergency vehicles.
• Two (2) years of college in a computer field and five (5) years of related experience or any equivalent combination of relevant education and experience for a total of seven (7) years. Progressive relevant training and/or certification in appropriate discipline may be substituted for one (1) year of the education or experience requirement.