Work in Computer Networking for an international organisation
There are a host of computer networking jobs that you can do for international organisations. These include:
- Computer Programmer
- Computer Engineer
- Database Administrator
- Computer-Operations Researcher
- Computer Repair Specialist
- Systems Analyst
…and a lot more.
Some IT teams are made up of generalists with the ability to troubleshoot a wide range of issues. Their responsibilities might include:
- Diagnosing and troubleshooting wireless, security, switching, phone and other various network-related issues reported by customers and partners.
- Owning each networking issue through the process from initial creation to resolution.
- Collaborating with other Support team members to fix network outages, misconfigurations, and complex networking issues of customers’ devices.
- Reading and analyzing packet capture.
- Working with Engineering and Management to diagnose and resolve critical escalated issues.
- Using acquired knowledge to suggest, edit and write in-depth Knowledge Base articles.
- Staying up to date on features and technology.
Qualification requirements can vary and there might be more emphasis on experience. International employers typically look for:
- A thorough comprehension of fundamental networking protocols, including TCP, STP, ARP, Ethernet, OSPF, etc.
- Fundamental understanding of and hands-on experience with network technologies including firewalls, content filters, routing/switching, VLANs, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless networks
- Previous internship and/or work experience or volunteer work in a network lab environment
- Outstanding English language written and verbal communication skills and comprehension
- An eagerness to learn from others and be a team player
- Passionate about networking, IT and helping people
- Working towards or have a degree in Computer Networking, Information Technology, or a related discipline from a top-tier university.