Essential Job Functions:
- Cabling installation
- Equipment rack installation
- Jack and connector installation
- Cable types will include but are not limited to CAT3, CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6a, fiber optic, COAX, speaker, and control wire
- Testing with various pieces of test equipment
- Possible attendance of job site subcontractor meetings
- Some projects are in occupied buildings and a professional attitude is required
- Must be able to understand all project requirements, specifications, and scope of work to completely install a project as per the required documentation.
- Must be able to lead a team of four to twelve (or more) members to accomplish all milestone objectives.
- Must implement and maintain all quality control and safety measures.
- Must have excellent project planning skills to ensure proper material, labor, tools, and resources are available and on-site for the project team in order to complete the project efficiently.
- Must have excellent communication skills with team members, management, and the customer
- Responsible for all project documentation and closeout procedures, test results, as-built drawings, and warranty submissions.
- Maintain BICSI certification and all continuing education credits required for individual certifications.
Qualifications and Capabilities:
- Clean Criminal Background
- Consistent work history
- Reliable transportation
- The technician must be able to lift and carry frequently 60lbs, and occasionally 100 lbs.
- The technician must also be able to bend, kneel, crawl, walk, lift, carry and climb as needed to complete tasks.
Use of Tools:
- Tools of the trade are required by Interface. The technician must maintain his/her own tools as described on the Employee Tool List.
- The technician must be proficient in the use of drills, tuggers, and cable trailers.