The primary responsibility of a level 2 Network Technician is to maintain the computer, voice, and equipment used to support technology in an organization. The technician is the key contact for users who need assistance in resolving technical issues. The technician may be based in an office or could use remote access tools to diagnose most issues from a central location.
This position is responsible for maximizing the availability of all network components. The technician is the point of contact for providing first and second level troubleshooting on all systems managed by the Network Operations Center (NOC). Technical requirements for the position include having detailed knowledge of different types of network and telephone equipment. They assist Tier 3 staff by researching issues and providing documentation. Technicians are responsible for network tickets until they are resolved or escalated.
This position requires excellent written, as well as verbal, communication skills and mandates the need to communicate with people of all levels of technical understanding. Users rely on documentation to operate equipment maintained by the technician.
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