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Telecommunications Equipment Installers

Telecommunications equipment installers set-up, adjust and test equipment used in telecommunication systems including central offices. Telecommunications equipment repairers identify and fix problems that have occurred in telecommunication equipment and systems.

Those involved with telecommunications equipment installation need to have a thorough understanding of computers and electronic equipment such as chips, circuit boards, software, hardware and processors. A telecommunication equipment installer also needs a solid foundation in the practical application of transmission, broadcasting, operation and control of telecommunications systems.

Some common job titles include install/repair technician, central office technician, field technician, service technician, telecommunications technician and communications technician.

Central office installers and repairers work at switching hubs called central offices. Switching hubs contain the switches and routers that are used to direct information to their destinations. The installers set-up the switches and routers and also the cables and other equipment.

Station installers and repairers also known as telecommunications service technicians or home installers and repairers install and repair telecommunications equipment in businesses and in homes. Station installers set-up telephone, Internet, VoIP and other communications services. Some installers are employed in the cable industry. PBX installers and repairers collaborate with various organizations to set up exchange switchboards.

Telecommunication repairing involves diagnosing the source of the problem by testing all the parts of the equipment. Repairers need to have knowledge regarding how the hardware and software interact. Telecommunication equipment repairers might install updated software or programs that maintain existing software.

Responsibilities

  • Install switching and routing equipment
  • Test newly installed and repaired or updated equipment to make sure it is functioning correctly
  • Show customers how the equipment is used
  • Test components and circuits of malfunctioning telecommunications equipment
  • Change circuit layouts
  • Repair or replace faulty equipment
  • Make adjustments or modifications to improve equipment performance
  • Remove and remake connections to change circuit layouts

Job Characteristics

Telecommunications and radio equipment installers and repairers typically work in clean, air-conditioned settings. Those that primarily work outdoors are known as telecommunications line installers and repairers. For some positions, travel is often required. A large number of telecommunications equipment installers work regular business hours. Telecommunications equipment repairers often have irregular work schedules.

Telecommunications equipment installers should be knowledgeable about computers and be mechanically inclined. For those that frequently deal with customers, good communications and interpersonal skills are beneficial.

Employment Outlook

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 2 percent job growth from 2006 to 2016 for radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers. Telecommunications companies will expand current services and provide improved services which will increase the demand for installers. There will be a demand to install advanced switching and routing equipment. However, there may be a decline in the demand for repair work since the new equipment usually requires significantly less maintenance work.

Candidates with post secondary education in electronics along with computer skills should have the best job opportunities in the field of telecommunications equipment installing and repairing. The median annual wage for the occupation in 2008 was $55,600.

Home installers have opportunities to advance into wiring computer networks or taking a position as a central office installer and repairer. Due to their knowledge about the equipment, repairers are qualified to become manufacturer's sales representatives. Repairers with good leadership abilities may become maintenance supervisors or service managers.

Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers work primarily in the telecommunications industry, however, they are increasingly working in the construction industry working as contractors for the telecommunications industry.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Many workers in the telecommunications sector advance into the occupation by gathering experience at less difficult jobs. However, increasingly employers are seeking those with post secondary education for radio and telecommunications installers and repairers positions. Many employers prefer candidates that have post secondary training in electronics and have knowledge about computers.

Depending on the job description and the employer, a certification to work on particular equipment or a two or a four year degree in electronics or communications technology may be required. In addition, training programs are provided by trade schools and by software and equipment manufacturers.

The educational requirements are typically higher for central office installer and repairer positions than for those working in nonresidential environments. Approximately half of all radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers have an associate degree or have completed some college courses.

Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers often are required to be certified to perform particular tasks or to work on particular equipment. Taking classes is often necessary for certification. Being certified can also help workers advance in the occupation.

The Telecommunications Industry Association and the Society of Cable and Telecommunications Engineers offers certifications to workers in this field.

Resources

Major Employers

The major employment sectors are wired telecommunications carriers, building equipment contractors, telecommunications related industries, wireless telecommunications carriers (except satellite) and cable and other subscription programming.

Schools for Telecommunications Equipment Installers And Repairers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 1290 $56,060
Birmingham 1290 $56,060
Huntsville 680 $49,030
Mobile 410 $53,250
Montgomery 210 $44,830
Tuscaloosa 140 $42,970
Fairhope 140 $54,320
Foley 140 $54,320
Daphne 140 $54,320
Oxford 120 $43,170
Anniston 120 $43,170
Jacksonville 120 $43,170
Dothan 110 $42,420
Decatur 100 $58,680
Muscle Shoals 90 $66,040
Florence 90 $66,040
Opelika 50 $68,100
Auburn 50 $68,100
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 360 $73,030
Fairbanks 100 $76,640
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 1990 $54,480
Scottsdale 1990 $54,480
Phoenix 1990 $54,480
Tucson 670 $68,560
Yuma 90 $67,570
Douglas 80 $73,520
Sierra Vista 80 $73,520
Prescott 60 $44,970
Flagstaff N/A $72,020
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1070 $49,600
North Little Rock 1070 $49,600
Little Rock 1070 $49,600
Jonesboro 120 $53,800
Hot Springs 30 $43,800
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 12380 $55,810
Long Beach 12380 $55,810
Los Angeles 12380 $55,810
San Francisco 5140 $66,180
Hayward 5140 $66,180
Oakland 5140 $66,180
Riverside 3350 $51,710
San Bernardino 3350 $51,710
Ontario 3350 $51,710
San Diego 2850 $55,470
Carlsbad 2850 $55,470
Roseville 2610 $57,070
Arden 2610 $57,070
Arcade 2610 $57,070
Sacramento 2610 $57,070
Sunnyvale 1750 $58,260
Santa Clara 1750 $58,260
San Jose 1750 $58,260
Fresno 930 $52,070
Oxnard 830 $61,040
Thousand Oaks 830 $61,040
Ventura 830 $61,040
Stockton 560 $51,570
Lodi 560 $51,570
Bakersfield 530 $46,970
Santa Rosa 380 $56,660
Fairfield 290 $57,910
Vallejo 290 $57,910
Santa Maria 260 $43,800
Santa Barbara 260 $43,800
Salinas 240 $65,430
Porterville 230 $46,670
Visalia 230 $46,670
Modesto 210 $51,410
Chico 140 $58,000
Redding 120 $51,600
San Luis Obispo 100 $57,070
Arroyo Grande 100 $57,070
Paso Robles 100 $57,070
Watsonville 100 $59,320
Santa Cruz 100 $59,320
Napa 90 $62,020
Merced 90 $64,440
El Centro 70 $42,910
Madera N/A $65,470
Yuba City N/A $75,830
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 3270 $68,380
Denver 3270 $68,380
Lakewood 3270 $68,380
Colorado Springs 310 $67,290
Fort Collins 200 $60,570
Boulder 180 $72,220
Greeley 110 $68,160
Pueblo 90 $56,180
Grand Junction 70 $43,520
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 830 $62,700
West Hartford 830 $62,700
Hartford 830 $62,700
Stamford 630 $56,940
Norwalk 630 $56,940
Bridgeport 630 $56,940
New Haven 480 $64,340
Danbury 200 $54,530
Waterbury 90 N/A
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 80 $53,240
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 5530 $52,090
Fort Lauderdale 5530 $52,090
Miami 5530 $52,090
Orlando 2790 $41,800
Kissimmee 2790 $41,800
Sanford 2790 $41,800
Clearwater 2690 $49,630
Tampa 2690 $49,630
St. Petersburg 2690 $49,630
Jacksonville 1110 $59,150
Bradenton 850 $46,330
North Port 850 $46,330
Sarasota 850 $46,330
Pensacola 420 $55,950
Ferry Pass 420 $55,950
Brent 420 $55,950
Titusville 390 $47,960
Melbourne 390 $47,960
Palm Bay 390 $47,960
Cape Coral 320 $52,290
Fort Myers 320 $52,290
Port St. Lucie 310 $67,820
Deltona 290 $46,680
Daytona Beach 290 $46,680
Ormond Beach 290 $46,680
Tallahassee 270 $45,200
Lakeland 270 $46,410
Winter Haven 270 $46,410
Panama City 210 $43,190
Gainesville 150 $55,670
Vero Beach 120 $50,850
Sebastian 120 $50,850
Fort Walton Beach 100 $55,520
Crestview 100 $55,520
Destin 100 $55,520
Immokalee 90 $40,190
Naples 90 $40,190
Marco Island 90 $40,190
Ocala 90 $51,700
Homosassa Springs 60 $34,420
Sebring N/A $46,550
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 6700 $61,100
Atlanta 6700 $61,100
Roswell 6700 $61,100
Albany 290 $62,530
Macon 160 $68,000
Clarke County 150 $65,780
Athens 150 $65,780
Dalton 130 $38,760
Valdosta 120 $63,890
Gainesville 110 $45,520
Brunswick 80 $50,420
Warner Robins 50 $53,210
Savannah N/A $44,280
Rome N/A $44,530
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 780 $62,770
Lahaina 90 $73,200
Wailuku 90 $73,200
Kahului 90 $73,200
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 370 $50,400
Pocatello 40 $54,250
Idaho Falls N/A $29,140
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 260 $59,520
Rockford 180 $65,550
Springfield 150 $45,810
Urbana 130 $66,760
Champaign 130 $66,760
Decatur 130 $69,590
Kankakee 50 $50,280
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 2460 $51,450
Carmel 2460 $51,450
Indianapolis 2460 $51,450
Fort Wayne 400 $31,740
Bloomington 70 $44,830
Terre Haute 60 $54,050
West Lafayette 50 $49,090
Lafayette 50 $49,090
Goshen 50 $58,780
Elkhart 50 $58,780
Muncie N/A $49,010
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 650 $56,070
Des Moines 650 $56,070
Cedar Rapids 200 $49,250
Cedar Falls 120 $49,760
Waterloo 120 $49,760
Dubuque 70 $34,540
Iowa City 40 $38,450
Ames 40 $56,860
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 400 $46,440
Topeka 90 $50,040
Lawrence 80 $47,200
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 250 $47,840
Fayette 250 $47,840
Bowling Green 100 $63,630
Fort Knox 60 $44,760
Elizabethtown 60 $44,760
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 940 $50,100
New Orleans 940 $50,100
Baton Rouge 910 $66,690
Shreveport 390 $48,040
Bossier City 390 $48,040
Lafayette 320 $51,120
Monroe 320 $53,740
Houma 110 $48,470
Thibodaux 110 $48,470
Alexandria 90 $51,140
Hammond N/A $40,860
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 270 $48,850
South Portland 270 $48,850
Bangor 150 $66,280
Auburn 50 $64,590
Lewiston 50 $64,590
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 1610 $50,150
Columbia 1610 $50,150
Baltimore 1610 $50,150
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 70 $63,180
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 2420 $55,830
Warren 2420 $55,830
Detroit 2420 $55,830
Wyoming 650 $52,540
Grand Rapids 650 $52,540
Saginaw 560 $57,950
Ann Arbor 290 $47,050
East Lansing 240 $48,500
Lansing 240 $48,500
Kalamazoo 170 $64,190
Portage 170 $64,190
Bay City 100 $42,790
Battle Creek 40 $59,680
Flint N/A $46,120
Muskegon N/A $48,810
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 90 $69,400
St. Cloud N/A $44,900
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 470 $47,070
Pascagoula 230 $52,210
Biloxi 230 $52,210
Gulfport 230 $52,210
Hattiesburg 140 $46,950
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 370 $46,990
Jefferson City 230 $52,050
Joplin 140 $34,560
Columbia 90 $55,480
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 170 $44,930
Missoula 60 $50,820
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 330 $33,750
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1230 $56,670
Henderson 1230 $56,670
Las Vegas 1230 $56,670
Reno 100 $55,830
Carson City 50 $45,850
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 690 $74,180
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 740 $47,860
Las Cruces 120 $65,400
Santa Fe 80 $40,490
Farmington 40 $67,090
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albany 750 $63,030
Troy 750 $63,030
Schenectady 750 $63,030
Syracuse 540 $57,020
Rochester 370 $78,360
Niagara Falls 300 $61,540
Cheektowaga 300 $61,540
Buffalo 300 $61,540
Utica 130 $65,480
Rome 130 $65,480
Binghamton 110 N/A
Ithaca 50 $68,860
Glens Falls 30 $48,980
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1190 $48,770
Asheville 310 $37,820
Greensboro 290 $56,890
High Point 290 $56,890
Winston 270 $48,130
Salem 270 $48,130
Wilmington 230 $53,770
Morganton 190 $42,370
Hickory 190 $42,370
Lenoir 190 $42,370
Durham 180 $44,490
Chapel Hill 180 $44,490
Fayetteville 160 $46,390
Jacksonville 80 $42,840
Rocky Mount 70 $56,890
New Bern N/A $36,440
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 80 $71,470
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cleveland 2220 $56,170
Elyria 2220 $56,170
Columbus 1950 $47,800
Dayton 710 $40,670
Akron 450 $51,340
Toledo 360 $40,790
Canton 170 $36,960
Massillon 170 $36,960
Lima 120 $43,260
Mansfield 100 $32,680
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tulsa 690 $44,690
Oklahoma City 670 $43,320
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 200 $57,860
Salem 190 $51,380
Corvallis 80 $32,860
Medford 50 $67,340
Redmond N/A $47,420
Bend N/A $47,420
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1420 $49,600
Harrisburg 290 $58,090
Carlisle 290 $58,090
Wilkes 260 $55,090
Barre 260 $55,090
Hazleton 260 $55,090
Scranton 260 $55,090
Lancaster 250 $43,370
Hanover 210 $36,260
York 210 $36,260
Lebanon 90 $48,330
State College 70 $58,320
Reading 50 $58,790
Bloomsburg 30 $31,350
Berwick 30 $31,350
Altoona 30 $66,730
Erie N/A $36,990
Johnstown N/A $44,500
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 280 $29,700
Carolina 280 $29,700
San Juan 280 $29,700
Ponce 40 $20,730
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mauldin 1070 $52,570
Anderson 1070 $52,570
Greenville 1070 $52,570
Columbia 610 $64,490
Spartanburg 430 $36,590
Charleston 410 $55,090
North Charleston 410 $55,090
Florence 180 $55,200
Sumter N/A $46,790
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 180 $56,840
Rapid City 90 $57,110
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 2240 $40,250
Franklin 2240 $40,250
Davidson 2240 $40,250
Nashville 2240 $40,250
Knoxville 890 $36,600
Morristown 100 $67,210
Cleveland 80 $37,140
Jackson N/A $66,720
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 10450 $44,690
Fort Worth 10450 $44,690
Arlington 10450 $44,690
Houston 5030 $46,610
The Woodlands 5030 $46,610
Sugar Land 5030 $46,610
Round Rock 1810 $44,880
Austin 1810 $44,880
San Antonio 1440 $41,490
New Braunfels 1440 $41,490
Corpus Christi 950 $36,570
El Paso 510 $43,750
Lubbock 380 $59,840
Mission 310 $34,170
Edinburg 310 $34,170
McAllen 310 $34,170
Amarillo 240 $46,090
Beaumont 230 $55,230
Port Arthur 230 $55,230
Longview 220 $40,970
Killeen 200 $38,500
Temple 200 $38,500
Abilene 180 $35,360
Harlingen 180 $36,820
Brownsville 180 $36,820
Waco 150 $43,870
Midland 150 $63,560
Wichita Falls 120 $33,890
College Station 110 $39,300
Bryan 110 $39,300
Laredo 100 $37,500
Victoria 90 $41,040
Odessa 90 $43,030
San Angelo N/A $38,920
Tyler N/A $42,170
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1240 $59,280
Clearfield 460 $42,550
Ogden 460 $42,550
Orem 400 $64,670
Provo 400 $64,670
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 450 $61,470
Burlington 450 $61,470
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 570 $70,660
Roanoke 120 $56,300
Lynchburg N/A $48,390
Charlottesville N/A $55,840
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Seattle 3280 $56,900
Tacoma 3280 $56,900
Bellevue 3280 $56,900
Spokane 310 $60,240
Spokane Valley 310 $60,240
Richland 180 $53,370
Kennewick 180 $53,370
Tumwater 170 $60,270
Olympia 170 $60,270
Longview 160 $60,070
Wenatchee 130 $64,850
Bremerton 100 $63,040
Silverdale 100 $63,040
Yakima 100 $68,760
Bellingham 90 $48,450
Mount Vernon 40 $60,600
Anacortes 40 $60,600
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 330 $60,660
Morgantown N/A $35,440
Vienna N/A $49,160
Parkersburg N/A $49,160
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 1490 $52,390
Waukesha 1490 $52,390
Milwaukee 1490 $52,390
Madison 710 $43,240
Beloit 180 $44,820
Janesville 180 $44,820
Green Bay 160 $54,680
Eau Claire 150 $32,310
Fond du Lac 140 $44,650
Neenah 100 $45,110
Oshkosh 100 $45,110
Wausau 100 $50,920
Sheboygan 70 $40,550
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 190 $48,300
Casper 90 $58,470

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Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Telecommunications 134,040 69% $57,400
Construction Trades 22,120 11% $40,700
Media And Broadcasting 6,470 3% $55,010
Maintenance And Repair 5,640 2% $37,410
Professional And Technical Services 5,280 2% $54,350
Durable Goods Wholesale 4,010 2% $46,890
Office Services And Staffing 3,860 1% $48,820
Government 3,070 1% $52,740
Business Management 2,900 1% $57,990
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