Network Operations Center Engineer
3.8 (130 ratings)
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Network Operations Center Engineer

NOC ENGINEER
3.8 (130 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
9,327 students enrolled
Last updated 5/2020
English
Network Operations Center Engineer
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Requirements
  • Network Engineer
Included in This Course
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3 Tests 16 questions

Network Vapt

Network Vapt
13 questions

Monitor and maintain network and associated software, including responding to tickets.

Work with other departments, contractors and staff to ensure network operations.

Identify, categorize and respond to network problems.

Manage changes, upgrades, improvements and integrations.

Network Operations Center Engineer Test
2 questions

Switches, routers, and wireless access points are the essential networking basics. Through them, devices connected to your network can communicate with one another and with other networks, like the Internet.

Networking Basics
1 question
Description

Network operations center (NOC) engineers are in charge of providing engineering support for network connectivity issues, as well as working as a liaison for carriers and other information technology (IT) technicians in their organization. They are responsible for solving and preventing data outages with wired and wireless system connection hardware. In addition, they communicate with the help desk, and other on-site system professionals to provide issue resolution in a prompt manner.

NOC engineers solve circuit outages, and and monitor device up time. They configure and install networking equipment as needed, as well as actively participate in upgrading projects for more efficient system support. Another task performed by NOC engineers includes performing maintenance in network hardware devices such as routers, range extenders, and switches. They also serve as the backup for the data communications analyst. Generally, NOC engineers report their progress to the operations manager or supervisor in their department.

These professionals should have strong interpersonal skills to handle client complaints, as they are generally the individual who handles issues that are escalated by other NOC technicians. They must be able to multitask and handle a variety tasks assigned by their supervisor. They must work effectively on their own, but also work well in a team environment.

A bachelor's degree in network administration, computer science, system engineering, or a similar field is required for this job. They must have working experience with system repair, engineering tasks, and other troubleshooting activities. They should have advanced organization skills, which are used to keep accurate inventory for computer replacement parts. In addition, previous experience with networking administration and protocols, as well as additional industry certifications, are often preferred.

Who this course is for:
  • NOC engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Technician
  • Hardware Engineer