Infrastructure service engineers are also called IT infrastructure engineers or change managers. Their job is to oversee the IT infrastructure of an organization and ensure all the IT systems of a business function efficiently and effectively. They install, monitor, and maintain operating environments. Also, they provide training and technical support for users. An infrastructure service engineer updates software and hardware and creates repair strategies. They can work remotely or on-site. Demand for these professionals is high in the telecommunications industry.
However, no company would employ you if you don't have at least a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. Certifications like MCITP, CCNP, or VCP will also increase your chances of getting hired. You must possess organization, problem-solving, collaboration, time-management, project management, analytical, and computer skills. The infrastructure service engineers earns $77,569 annually, which is about $47 per hour.