The Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) Installer is accountable for advanced testing and fixing both copper and optical fiber installations. The installer must inspect and evaluate, through the different application of information and communication technology (ICT), cabling installation.
It is BICSI installer who comes up with solutions centered on appropriate codes, criteria, along with standard practices for business. They support and are capable of leading an installation group using their project management skills.
The primary responsibility, of Building Industry Consulting Service International – BICSI Installer is to design, install, and maintain the complex network infrastructure.
The BICSI installer will take care of the client’s data and cable networks necessities.
The installer should look into all kind types of building for automation systems. They also have to practice good technical knowledge about the ICT cabling.
The installer should be able to supervise a team in performing the installation services for several categories of cable plant infrastructure. Following are the official responsibilities of BICSI installer:
- To install, reject, check, label and document horizontal, backbone along with other ISP and OSP cables
- The BICSI installer should be capable of installing cable network systems (cable trays, cable racks, j-hooks, d-rings, and related methods)
- They should be able to complete the full range of tasks like dressing and routing of cable wirings into telecom storerooms, modular workstation, and other work-related areas
- They should have the ability to manage cabling crew during fitting to ensure all necessities are met for the given project
- As a BICSI installer, they should be familiar with ANSI/EIA/TIA criteria, national electrical code, BICSI standard practices as well as federal and inter-state environmental, health and safety codes
- Installers should be able to use heavy physical work whenever required
- They should be able to work under extreme weather conditions
Education & Certification
To be successful in this field, you will need to have an essential degree in computer science, IT, network technologies or a related field. A certification will add value to you as a professional.
There are several certifications which are beneficial for present installers to get engaged with ongoing training as well as for other expert installers.
As per Paysa, the average salary of BICSI installer is around $65,855 in the United States. However, freelance work can also be rewarding and beneficial towards progressing your career. Those interested in working on a freelance basis should visit FieldEngineer.com for the best opportunities.
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