Electronic and telecommunication equipment

Description

The offered electronic and telecommunication equipment and products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.

Alternative labels

electronic and telecommunication machines
electronics and telecommunication equipment
electronic and telecommunication apparatus
electronic and telecommunication devices
electronics and telecommunications equipment
electronic and telecommunications equipment
electronic and telecommunication machinery

Skill type

knowledge

Skill reusability level

sector-specific

Relationships with occupations

Essential knowledge

Electronic and telecommunication equipment is an essential knowledge of the following occupations:

Electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts distribution manager: Electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts distribution managers plan the distribution of electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts to various points of sales.
Wholesale merchant in electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts: Wholesale merchants in electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts investigate potential wholesale buyers and suppliers and match their needs. They conclude trades involving large quantities of goods.
Technical sales representative in electronic and telecommunications equipment: Technical sales representatives in electronic and telecommunications equipment act for a business to sell its merchandise while providing technical insight for customers.
Import export manager in electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts: Import export managers in electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts install and maintain procedures for cross-border business, coordinating internal and external parties.
Import export specialist in electronic and telecommunications equipment: Import export specialists in electronic and telecommunications equipment have and apply deep knowledge of import and export goods including customs clearance and documentation.
Vehicle electronics installer: Vehicle electronics installers set up equipment and accessories in motor vehicles such as CD players and GPS. They use electric drills and routers to install and examine malfunctioning electronic systems.
 

Optional knowledge

Electronic and telecommunication equipment is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this knowledge may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Commercial sales representative: Commercial sales representatives represent a company in selling and providing information on goods and services to businesses and organisations.
Wholesale merchant: Wholesale merchants investigate potential wholesale buyers and suppliers and match their needs. They conclude trades involving large quantities of goods.
Military engineer: Military engineers perform technical and scientific functions in the military, such as the development of concepts for military technical equipment, support of the manufacturing of military equipment, and technical research, maintenance, and quality assurance.
Import export specialist: Import export specialists have and apply deep knowledge of import and export goods including customs clearance and documentation. They declare goods that cross the border, inform customers about customs and give advice concerning disputes related to customs legislation. They prepare the documents needed and make sure they are delivered to customs. They check and process duty and make sure VAT payments are done as applicable.
Distribution manager: Distribution managers plan the distribution of goods to various points of sales.
Warfare specialist: Warfare specialists perform strategic duties, such as making tactical decisions, detecting and identifying potential threats, and locating targets and objectives. They communicate with the other teams to ensure the efficiency of the operation, and also oversee the safety of the team.

After-sales service technician: After-sales service technicians provide after-sales service support to customers, such as the installation, maintenance and repair of the sold products. They take corrective actions to ensure customers’ satisfaction, resolve technical product-related issues and write customer summary reports.
Hawker: Hawkers sell goods and services on established routes, street and market locations.
Import export manager: Import export managers install and maintain procedures for cross-border business, coordinating internal and external parties.
Market vendor: Market vendors sell products such as fruit, vegetables and household products on organised outdoor or indoor market places. They use sales techniques to recommend their goods to passersby.
Technical sales representative: Technical sales representatives act for a business to sell its merchandise while providing technical insight for customers.

 


 

References

  1. Electronic and telecommunication equipment – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022

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