Essential Job Functions:
- Proficient in pulling, terminating, and splicing cables; installing telecommunications equipment, racks, patch panels, jacks, faceplates, cable trays, and audio-visual equipment; building ladder racks; establishing connections; establishing connections and integrations; following industry standards; coordinating with contractors.
- Pull and install horizontal cable (cat5e, cat6, cat6a, coax fiber optic, security, and AV wire).
- Have a working knowledge of Systems cable and wire termination using industry standards, equipment, and color codes. Including labeling of workstation faceplates and cables.
- Assists in the testing of the horizontal cable and backbone cable.
- Installation of backbone pathways. Includes, but is not limited to installing ladder rack, basket tray, and or D-rings.
- Helps in the pulling of copper riser and or fiber riser backbone cabling.
- Assists in the build-out of communications closets.
- Install security systems such as access control, video management, intrusion detection, door intercom, and other related systems and devices.
- Termination and testing of security cables and devices.
- Install fabricated racks and the rigging/mounting of AV equipment.
- Install projectors, mounting, digital signage, speakers, and various control systems.
- Have an understanding of building code requirements, customer orders, plans, manuals, and technical specifications; gather equipment, supplies, materials, and tools, assessing the installation site.
Qualifications and Capabilities:
- Effectively communicate with the team on all Systems aspects.
- Maintains a safe work environment by following codes, standards, and legal regulations.
- Perform daily job site clean-up.
- Demonstrates and practices OSHA-related safety standards.
- Ability to troubleshoot problems with cabling systems.
- Proven to be mechanically inclined evidenced by the ability to work with tools.
- Familiar with electronic test equipment and other telecommunication-related tools., DTX1800, DSX5000.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Demonstrated experience in problem isolation through the medium of electronic testing.
- Electrical and telephone theory.
- Experience using advanced electronics, specialized equipment, and telephone transmission.
- Able to lift up to 75 lbs. (100 lbs. assisted)
- 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.