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Freelance telecom engineerTelecom Engineering is probably one of those fields that has witnessed rapid advancement in recent years. It comes as no surprise that it is among the most pursued careers today. Whether you are a fulltime employee, looking to earn a few extra bucks by the side, or you are a self-employed engineer, simply trying to get your business up and running, there is much scope in freelance telecom engineer.

You can opt for freelance for many different reasons. Extra income, work from home, be able to take on multiple tasks, independence; the list continues. Whatever your preferences, you can be assured that freelance telecom engineer is a career that will give you a comfortable life, and a low-pressure, low stress working environment like your home.

Job Duties for Freelance Telecom Engineer: Your duties as a telecom engineer will include taking care of the telecom, testing the server, maintaining telecom peace and fixing network hell, among many other duties. Let’s have an elaborate look at the scope your duties as a freelance Telecom Engineer:

Plan telecom installations by studying customer orders, plans, manuals, and technical specifications; ordering and gathering equipment, supplies, materials, and tools, assessing installation site; preparing an installation diagram. Establishes voice and data telecoms by running, pulling, terminating, and splicing cables; installing telecommunications equipment, routers, switches, multiplexors, cable trays, and alarm and fire-suppression systems; building ironwork and ladder racks; establishing connections; programming features; establishing connections and integrations; following industry standards; activating remote access tools; coordinating with contractors. Verifies service by testing circuits, equipment, and alarms; identifying, correcting, or escalating problems. Documents telecom by labelling and routing equipment and cables; recording configuration diagrams and specifications. Maintains telecom by troubleshooting and repairing outages; testing telecom back-up procedures; updating documentation. Maintains customer rapport by listening to and resolving concerns; answering questions.