Job description: Wireless network engineer

Your company is going wireless with plans to connect remote employees, make use of mobile apps and streamline
your work environment.
But what about those traditionally difficult-to-solve issues, such as security and reliability? What you are going to
need is a wireless network engineer, a job that is growing increasingly hot as digital business and commerce move
from hard-wired desktops and the websites they’ve spawned to wireless laptops, tablets and mobile devices.

Wireless engineers are valued by all types of business, from traditional brick-and-mortar companies
moving to more wireless commerce to industry disruptors such as Uber. Even smaller companies may contract
with businesses that provide the talent to make transitions to wireless.

If your company is ready to hire a wireless network engineer, use this job description as is, or to serve as a template to modify as needed for your organization.

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