validates the knowledge and skills an entry-level networking professional would learn in their first couple of years on the job. During that time they’ll usually be in support, help desk, or even performing some system admin functions. The most common job you can get with a CCNA Enterprise is a network administrator.
Job titles associated with CCNA Enterprise:
- Network Administrator
- Network Analyst
- Systems Administrator
Network administrators are responsible for the so-called pipes of a company’s infrastructure. They’re usually working behind the scenes making sure everything is operating smoothly. System admins deal with computers, operating systems, and people. Network admins deal with routers, switches, and servers. In smaller companies, network admins might be designing networks. But mostly they’ll be managing all the devices that pass traffic around the office and to the outside. In many instances, you’ll see systems positions that also require the CCNA, as well.