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Contract Employee


Work is in the San Francisco, CA area


ASAP following successful completion of background check and drug test.

Job Description

Installers Levels 1-4

Under the direction of the Supervisor of Telecom Trades, the Installer will be utilized to maintain and install various Telecom equipment and structures as well as assist other trades with Installer projects throughout Butler America.

This work is in the San Francisco bay area. If interested, please send resume to .

Essential functions of this classification include the following:

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.
• Have the ability to read, interpret and work from a set of plans, drawings, and specifications.
• Keep simple records and make reports.
• Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, area, circumference, and volume to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry to estimate the cost of carpentry work.
• Ability to evaluate situations accurately and take appropriate corrective action.
• Ability to follow oral and written instructions, as well as be able to read and interpret blueprints and technical drawings.
• Must be able to instruct and lead unskilled assistants.
• The ability to perform activities with a schedule.
• Maintain regular attendance and be punctual within specified tolerances.
• to complete a normal workday and/or week and perform at a consistent pace without unreasonable number and/or length of rest periods.
• The ability to perform effectively when confronted with potential emergency, critical, unusual or dangerous situations.
• Knowledge of principles, methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in installation; Safety Orders of the Division of Industrial Safety applicable to Telecom Installation.
• The ability to retain awareness of potential hazards and observe appropriate precautions;
• to understand and remember detailed instructions;
• to respond appropriately to changes in the work setting.
• Persons appointed to positions in this class must be reasonably expected to have and maintain sufficient strength, agility, and endurance to perform during stressful (physical, mental, and emotional) situations encountered on the job without compromising their health and well-being or that of their fellow employees or that of inmates.
• Assignments during tour of duty may include sole responsibility for the supervision of inmates and/or the protection of personal and real property.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The following is a definition of the on-the-job time spent in physical activities:
Constantly: Involves 2/3 or more of workday.
Frequently: 1/3 to 2/3 of workday.
Occasionally: Involves 1/3 or less of workday.
N/A: Activity of condition is not applicable.

Standing & Walking: Frequently - stands and walks while working on installation projects or supervising installers, when on installation site throughout the day.
Sitting: Frequently - sits while completing required paperwork, working on certain equipment.
Lifting: Frequently - lifts throughout the day. Handles a tool bag weighing 8-10 pounds. The worker will also handle metal, telecom equipment, cable, frames weighing from 5-90 pounds. These are usually tipped onto a cart and may be pulled up a flight of stairs when working in areas; otherwise, installers can be utilized to assist with lifting and carrying if they are available.
Carrying: Frequently - carries tools, materials, and equipment to perform repair jobs or projects, or inspections. At times, heavier items such as planks, aluminum studs, or pumps may need to be moved from one location to another or up and down stairs. Typically, inmates or additional staffs are used to assist with these functions.
Bending/Stooping: Frequently – required to bend/stoop while working on projects involving picking up metal, Telecom equipment, cable, frames, etc.
Reaching in Front of Body: Frequently – reaches in front of body when driving or working on installer projects such as hammering, cabling, wiring, etc.
Reaching Overhead: Frequently – reaches overhead when climbing up stationary ladders or working on installation projects such as installing overhead racking, lighting/ A/C, cabling.
Climbing: Frequently - utilizes ladders to access the roof, work on doors, gates, and other equipment. Each of the living units contains stairs which must be accessed to complete required tasks.
Balancing: Frequently – required when the worker is on stationary ladders, scaffolding or when pulling a dolly or cart upstairs.
Pushing/Pulling: Frequently – required when using hand tools, moving Telecom equipment in and out of vehicle; installation of cabling, installation of metal structure
Kneeling/Crawling: Frequently - kneels/crawls while installing Telecom equipment in and out of vehicle; installation of cabling, installation of understructure.
Crouching: Frequently – while installing cable, wiring, labeling, and other misc. Telecom equipment.
Fine Finger Dexterity: Frequently - utilizes these skills while working on intricate mechanical/electrical devices and in the completion of paperwork associated with timekeeping duties.
Gripping/Grasping with Hands: Frequently – while installing; cable, metal structure, Telecom equipment and completing required paper work.
Hand/Wrist Movement: Constantly – required to use their hands in many aspects of the job such as installing cable, metal structure, Telecom equipment and completing required paper work.
Driving: Occasionally – to pick up or deliver materials or tools to projects.
Hearing/Speech/Sight: Adequate vision is required to perform installation work, installers, and to ensure customer security. Adequate speech and hearing are required to effectively communicate with co-workers.
Temperature Extremes: Depending upon the nature of the job being performed and the season, exposure to temperatures ranging between 32ºF and 120ºF may be experienced.
Working Surfaces: Frequently – surfaces consist of concrete floor.
Toxic or Caustic Chemicals: Occasionally – works with glues, pastes, and sealers.
Noise and Vibration: Occasionally – works with vibrating drills, jackhammers, and roto-hammers to complete repairs.
Risk of Electrical Shock: Occasionally – exposed to risk of electrical shock when around electrical equipment in mechanical rooms.
Works in High, Precarious Places: Occasionally - some jobs tasks require working on metal structure located 10 to 20 feet high.

MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND WORK-AIDS: Ladders, scaffolding, boom truck, carts, hand tools, jackhammer, drills, dump truck, flashlights, roto-hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers, power crimpers.

The Installers are expected to work independently and/or with other installation staff to accomplish both essential and non-essential job duties. One or more installer’s may be utilized in the performance of these duties; however, the employee must be able to meet the physical demands as described because inmate workers are not always available. Due to security requirements, inmates are not permitted to work on the building infrastructures, in any of the equipment rooms located within customers buildings.


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