Basic requirements: Able to read, hear, and understand English | Able to distinguish color codes | Able to climb ladders | Able to lift 50 lbs and carry 25 lbs | Valid driver’s license, insurance, & reliable transportation | Legally eligible to work in the U.S. | Pass background check | Negative drug test results
Job Description: Working as a member of a project team, the Technician is primarily responsible for enhancing over-all jobsite productivity and ensuring quality work. The team’s goal is to complete project tasks while practicing professionalism for optimal job performance.
A Technician is able to interpret all drawings, plans, and specifications, properly set up a variety of copper and fiber testers, and perform all troubleshooting as required. A Technician is able to terminate, label, test and troubleshoot optical fiber and copper installations. They should also understand and be able to explain every aspect of the structured cabling system including pathways, spaces, horizontal cabling, backbone copper, backbone fiber optic, cross- and inter-connections, and testing. This includes understanding applicable codes, standards, and industry-best practices and the ability to differentiate between them and make recommendations. A Technician will be able to choose the correct tool and methodology for a given task for themselves and have the ability to help other team members do the same.
Key Aspects of a Technician I responsibilities
Installation of structured cabling systems including all aspects of the installation process
Perform system testing and troubleshooting
Learning from senior team members
Be proactive and useful at the jobsite
Exhibit a positive attitude
Full understanding of floorplans, drawings, specifications, and cut sheets