As a local network support engineer, you’ll be responsible for maintaining the systems that allow organisations to function and communicate, both internally and externally, on a daily basis. Depending on your level of responsibility, tasks may include upgrading the company’s communications infrastructure or installing a new system. Specific projects will vary depending on the sector and type of business you work for. Regardless of the type of business, as a local network support engineer you’ll be responsible for designing, installing and maintaining the communications, file sharing and general IT resources used by the organisation. It will be your job to ensure internal networks have the capacity to meet business demands.
Interested in becoming a local network support engineer?
Try one of these courses
- Computer Networking Home Study Course (N+)
- MTA Networking Fundamentals Certification
- MTA Security Fundamentals Certification
Last updated: October 25th 2016