The network administrator is responsible for installing network hardware and services, such as routers, switches, and wireless devices.
This position requires some technical knowledge and a strong command of English.
Network administrators work in teams and typically report to the network’s chief information officer, who will decide which companies can use their network.
These roles typically require more experience than other positions.
You may be offered a career as a network administrator if you: have technical knowledge that qualifies you for the job