Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, also known as telecom technicians, set up and maintain devices or equipment that carry communications signals, connect to telephone lines, or access the Internet.
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1. Why should we hire you?
2. Why do you want a career as a telecommunications service technician?
3. How did you hear about this position?
4. Do you consider yourself a leader?
5. Ten years from now, where do you see yourself?
6. Have you ever had difficulty with a supervisor?
7. Are you able to cope with stressful situations?
8. What decisions are easiest for you to make? What are the most difficult?
9. What kind of supervisor gets the best work performance from you?
10. What do you know about our company?
11. Why are you the best candidate for us?
12. How do you handle stressful situations?
13. Tell me about your education. How has it prepared you for a career as a Telecommunications Service Technician?
14. What are your career goals?
15. How would your former employer describe you?
16. What are your qualifications?
17. Are you efficient with your time?
18. What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
19. What is your greatest strength? How does it help you as a Telecommunications Service Technician?
20. How do you handle disappointment?
Telecom technicians typically need some postsecondary education in electronics, telecommunications, or computer technology and receive on-the-job training. Industry certification is required for some positions.
Telecom technicians occasionally work in cramped, awkward positions where they often stoop, crouch, crawl, or reach high to do their work. Sometimes they must lift or move heavy equipment and parts. They also may work on equipment while it is powered, so they need to take necessary precautions. Most telecom technicians work full time.