Who is a computer technician?
A computer technician is a professional who is responsible for maintaining the computer system, troubleshooting errors, and repairing the organization’s hardware. These professionals use their knowledge in networking and software applications to provide technical support for both the customers and the employees either on-site or remotely.
What does a computer technician do?
A computer technician is usually needed to install, maintain and repair computer hardware and software for an organization. They also need to find out if there are any problems and their corresponding solutions for their clients.
We are looking for a computer technician who is well-qualified to join the team to install, maintain and repair computers and networks. You will be responsible to make sure that adequate IT infrastructure is in place and is used to its maximum capabilities. You must be well-versed with computer systems and network functions. The ultimate goal of a computer technician in our organization will be to install and maintain high-quality networks and computer systems.
Duties and Responsibilities
The duties and responsibilities can be provided as follows:
- Setting up hardware and installing and configuring software and drivers
- Performing regular upgrades to ensure systems remain updated
- Troubleshooting system failures or bugs and providing solutions to restore functionality
- Arranging maintenance sessions to discover and mend inefficiencies
- Keeping records of repairs and fixes for future references
- Offer timely technical support and teach users how to use computers correctly
- Managing security options and software in computers and networks to maintain privacy and protection from attacks
- Maintain and repair technological equipment or peripheral devices
- Install well-functioning LAN/WAN and other networks and manage components
The key requirements can be provided as follows:
- Proven experience as a computer technician or a similar role
- Experience with LAN/WAN networks
- Thorough knowledge of IT components and computer systems
- Great troubleshooting skills
- Very good communication skills
- Excellent knowledge of internet security and data privacy principles
- Organization and time-management skills
- A degree in computer science, engineering, or a relevant field
- Relevant certification such as CompTIA A+ will be a plus.