Telecommunications Systems Analyst

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A telecommunications systems analyst conducts technology and equipment/software assessments, cost benefit analyses and system implementation. They also plan, coordinate, and manage large telecommunications projects. Using their extensive knowledge, a telecommunications systems analyst installs, maintains, repairs, modifies, and calibrates a wide variety of communications equipment.

Telecommunications systems analysts are in regular contact with all levels of staff members and clients so good, strong communications is essential.

A telecommunications system analyst requires the ability to:

  • Analyse departmental functions to determine telecommunications service needs and make necessary recommendations
  • Determine space, conduit, electrical, and other requirements related to telephone and computer equipment installations
  • Conduct telecommunications studies and prepare comprehensive written reports
  • Understand and learn a variety of business procedures and processes
  • Analyse data and information in order to determine consequences and to identify and select alternatives
  • Communicate technical information to non-technical staff and customer's departments