Installation and Repair Technicians - Copper/Fiber

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Preferred Hiring Terms

Full-time Employee

Location(s)

Indiana

Decature, Lagrange, Plymouth, and Warsaw areas.

Starting Date

Pay Rate & Details

Rate of pay DOE

Qualifications

Valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record. High School diploma or equivalent. Knowledge installing, maintaining, repairing and/or testing any of the following residential or small business broadband products: high speed internet, phone lines, home theatre, wireless networks, cable TV, satellite TV, sound/audio installs, closed circuit TV, security alarm or fire alarm systems.Training is available to gain the skills.

Other Requirements

Must have a vehicle that can accommodate a 28 foot ladder.

Job Description

Are you looking for excellent growth potential? Do you have a vehicle or access to a vehicle that can accommodate a 28 foot ladder? Then Adcomm Installations Inc. has a position for you.



We provide paid training and everything you need to be successful. Strong team environment to help both YOU and US succeed. We will teach you a trade that you can use for a lifetime! Apply now to find out what it takes to become a telecommunications technician today!


Installation and Repair Technicians - Copper / Fiber must demonstrate the skills, possess the tools, test equipment, and vehicle necessary to perform all phases of installation and repair of copper based subscriber from CO to Premise to include: CO connection, Frame connection, Cross Box, Line trouble shooting, Ped work, Trouble shooting, HSI, POTS, Bonded, Fiber basics, Prism. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Maintains/repairs and tests copper cable in an underground, aerial, or buried environment.
Troubleshoots problems that will require copper repair, copper maintenance, copper slicing, faultfinding, etc.
Splice existing facilities in buried, underground, aerial and building work locations.
Uses hand tools, power tools, and specialty tools, including specialty meters (e.g., multi-meters, volt-ohm meters, HST-3000, Sidekick), in inside and outside plant facilities.
Performs testing and turn-up of subscriber lines.
Locates and repairs aerial and underground cable.
Locates, joins, repairs and rearranges cable and cable equipment in buildings and aerial or buried plant.
Installs, maintains/repairs, and tests residential/small business telecommunication service (POTS, Prism, Fiber and DSL).
Connects wires and cables to terminals, frames, and attaches/detaches various kinds of hardware to wires, cables, buildings, and poles.
Performs continuity and/or conformance testing.
Reads and interprets customer service orders, technical (i.e., mechanical, electrical, digital) drawings, maps, blueprints, diagrams, etc.
Receives service orders, worksheets (detailed diagrams describing nature and location of equipment to be installed or repaired) and repair tickets from supervisor or other designated employees and performs specified work.
Works with telecom color-coded wires and cables.
Interacts with customers professionally and courteously via telephone or on the premises.
Works well with others to achieve common goals and to foster a cooperative climate, as well as work independently in the field with little supervision

Qualifications

Valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Willingness and drive to continually keep up with changes in broadband technology.
Strong communication skills – ability to explain technical issues to customers clearly.
Ability to handle multiple issues simultaneously with a positive, upbeat attitude.
Highly motivated technician with a proven record of outstanding productivity.
Ability to analyze and troubleshoot technical and practical issues daily.
Flexibility and ability to work independently or as team as customer needs dictate.
Ability to demonstrate knowledge of computer operating systems to install and repair customer networking products.
Experience within the last 2 years installing, maintaining, repairing and/or testing any of the following residential or small business broadband products: high speed internet, phone lines, home theatre, wireless networks, cable TV, satellite TV, sound/audio installs, closed circuit TV, security alarm or fire alarm systems.
Experience cabling (CAT5 or Coax) various electronic components (e.g., routers, TVs, gaming consuls, stereo systems and home entertainment systems).

Physical Requirements:

Standing - 6 to 8 hours daily
Walking - 6 to 8 hours daily
Bending/Stooping - 6 to 8 hours daily
Repetitive Movement (shoveling/sweeping) – 6 to 8 hours daily
Lifting (weights up to 100 lbs.) - Occasionally
Lift and Carry (50/60 lbs. for 20 feet) - Regularly
Push / Pull – 6 to 8 hours daily

Compensation:

Competitive labor rates and incentives.
Paid Training
Journeyman (2 years experience) pay rate up to $25.00 an hour DOE plus mileage
Salary review at 90 days and annually
Assistance with Training needs and requirements for certifications
PPE Kits Provided
Drop Material and Specialty tools will be provided
Employee Referral Program $250.00

Approved applicants must submit to a Drug Screening and Background Check

Adcomm Installations Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employee

Company information: Adcomm Installations, an affiliate of Adcomm, provides all phases of telecommunications, build out, installations, repair and commissioning of equipment associated with Business, MDU and SFU applications.

Contact Information

Interested candidates can apply at http://adcomm.com/careers/ buy clicking current opportunities.

Listed: 1/16/2018
Expires: 4/16/2018