They set up, test, and evaluate systems such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), the Internet, intranets, and other data communications systems.Systems are configured in many ways and can range from a connection between two offices in the same building to globally distributed networks, voice mail, and e-mail systems of a multinational organization.Functions commonly performed by employees in this specialty may include: Work that involves the planning, analysis, design, development, testing, quality assurance, configuration, installation, implementation, integration, maintenance, and/or management of networked systems used for the transmission of information in voice, data, and/or video formats.Functions commonly performed by employees in this specialty may include: Network architects or network engineers are the designers of computer networks.Use the basic title without a parenthetical specialty title for positions with no established specialty or emphasis area or for positions involving work in more than two of the established specialties.Sometimes two authorized parenthetical specialty titles (e.g., Applications Software/Systems Analysis) are combined when the two specialties are significant to the position.It also includes the installation, configuration, upgrade and troubleshooting of the numerous hardware and software components in use in the state; presentation of formal and informal training and assisting customers resolve a variety of information technology user-related issues.
Parenthetical titles, as defined below, are used with the basic title of the position to further identify the duties and responsibilities performed and the special knowledge and skills needed.
These positions require knowledge of IT principles, concepts, and methods; systems testing and evaluation principles, methods, and tools; IT security principles and methods; COTS products; Internet technologies; and/or emerging information technologies.
The 2210 series includes individuals whose functions require the regular and recurring application of knowledge of IT principles, concepts, and methods.
The position classification function is no exception.
Continuous, significant developments in the technology and its application dramatically influence the occupation, with a particular emphasis on information security.
For example, positions responsible for functions such as those listed below are excluded from the 2210 series because these functions do not require the regular and recurring application of knowledge of IT principles, concepts, and methods.