Field Engineer Job Marketplace

May 22, 2018 at 11:14 o\clock

What is the average network engineer salary? Find out below!

  

Network engineer salary expectations

A network engineer is a technology professional who has the necessary skills to plan, implement and oversee the computer networks that support in-house voice, data, video and wireless network services. As computer network designs, network engineers work with a company’s computer network, using information technology to make network systems for all employees to use. These data networks can include local area networks (LANs); wide area networks (WANs), WLANs (wireless local area networks), GANs (global area networks), SANs (small area networks), CANs (cluster area networks), PANs (personal area networks), DANs (desk area networks), VoIP, intranets and extranets. Read More...


May 14, 2018 at 19:13 o\clock

FieldEngineer.com – Hire a Freelancer in the Telecom Industry

 

  

 

Across developed economies around the world, an Inavero survey found nearly half of all hiring executives use freelancers to fill both, short-term critical roles and long-term revenue-generating positions. While it is common to use freelance workers, there’s not a lot of information to help hiring managers screen candidates and hire with confidence and rigor. Here’s everything you need to know to hire a freelancer in the telecom industry.

Where to Find Freelance Workforce

Projections show that by 2020, the number of Americans who are freelancers will have doubled. Already, there are over 55 million freelance workers. This spells good news for employers: More candidates to choose from means that telecom employers can afford to be choosier when filling contract positions. Read More...


May 4, 2018 at 20:44 o\clock

Field Engineer globally keeping networks going and growing

 

 

 

 

A new white paper from the analyst team at Light Reading has drawn a comparison between Field Engineer’s approaching to Network Maintenance and the burgeoning shared or gig economy.

The team have highlighted the way that some of the most popular shared economy platforms serve to be a bridge between the supply and demand side of a particular marketplace. These app-based platforms successfully match people looking for a service with multiple potential suppliers of that service. And the apps do more than just provide the names – they are full of the required relevant detail as well as reviews posted by previous buyers of the service.

In fact, the most successful of these shared economy apps effectively remove any need for a ‘buyer beware’ style warning. The app makes it clear what the service will be, exactly how much it cost, who will deliver it, their qualifications to provide it and their track record of having done so successfully. Read More...

Apr 24, 2018 at 20:34 o\clock

Factors Influencing Field Engineer Salary

Introduction to Field Engineering

Field engineering can be related to a broad range of jobs. For example, in chemical manufacturing companies, a field engineer’s job gives them the chance to interact with the customer facilities internationally. In mechanical engineering, a field engineer must ensure that the equipment operate according to design.

Responsibilities

In the telecom industry, field engineers have varied duties which include:

  • Installation and testing of telecom equipment
  • Maintaining, problem solving and repair of communications system
  • Systems and equipment analyses

Demand for freelance jobs

In today’s job market, freelance jobs are in demand. Companies save on in-house costs related to permanent, full-time telecommunication field engineers by hiring as and when required or on need basis, which proves to be cost-effective. Read More...

Apr 9, 2018 at 21:28 o\clock

The Light at the End of the Cable

Transitioning from DSL and Copper to Fiber Optic

The age of the internet is exciting. Information is accessible with just a few taps and clicks. The way the world operates and communicates in the 21st century provides anyone with a laptop and an internet connection unparalleled access to information. To support the surge in smart devices and streaming, upgrades to copper lines and a transition to fiber optic cable is heating up the skilled labor market. Scalable data networks demand a scalable workforce that can provide an optimized experience to every end-user.

Optimizing Existing DSL / Copper Lines

While fiber optic lines might be sexy, short-term upgrades to existing telecom infrastructure may be more cost-effective in limited use-cases. The more modern ... Read More