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Average Salary for Computer Telecommunications Technician in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Computer Telecommunications Technician in District of Columbia - District Average is $76,237.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Computer Telecommunications Technician in District of Columbia - District Average is $36.65.

The average bonus of a(n) Computer Telecommunications Technician in District of Columbia - District Average is $2,516.00.

Job Description:

Creates, starts implementation, installs, repairs, and maintains data, voice, and network communications systems, using hand tools and software and hardware testing instruments and techniques. Implements recommended equipment modifications and enhancements in accordance with user request and business objectives. Reviews work orders to move, change, install, upgrade, repair, or remove data communications equipment. Reads technical manuals to learn correct settings for equipment. Measures, cuts, and installs wires and cables. Splices wires or cables, using hand tools or soldering iron. Connects microcomputer or terminal to data communication lines, using hand tools and following diagrams and manuals. Disassembles equipment and inspects and tests wiring to locate and repair problem. Tests communication lines to ensure that specifications are met, using testing instruments such as voltmeter and data scope. Enters commands into computer to test equipment. Reads messages on computer screen to verify that data is being transmitted between locations according to specifications. Maintains working knowledge of current technologies, applications, and industry trends. May plan layout and installation of data communications equipment. May demonstrate use of equipment. Less

Creates, starts implementation, installs, repairs, and maintains data, voice, and network communications systems, using hand tools and software and hardware testing instruments and techniques. Implements recommended equipment modifications and enhancements in accordance with user request and business objectives. Reviews work... More

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