Telecom/ Low Voltage/ Physical Layer Field Tech
We are a leader in the National IT/ Telecom/ Low Voltage Service Industry. We provide physical layer support and installations for National Chain Companies across the US. We are based out of San Jose, CA and over 10 years in the National Rollout industry supporting government and commercial projects. We work with a number of National Rollout vendors in all types of industries.
We have immediate openings for full time employment.
What type of work you may be expected to do?
MUST have strong telephone system knowledge with advanced installation and programming skills in one or more key hybrid systems.
Coax/Cat6/Cat5e/ Cat3 cable installations in retail/ commercial space. (Drop Ceiling, internal wall, external wall, wire tray, conduit)
Troubleshoot voice and data lines. Must have a working knowledge of commercial grade wiring topologies.
Telephony/ Data circuit extensions.
Network equipment installation (Router, Switch, Hub, Dial Back up Modem, DSL Modem, Network Management Device, Wireless Access Points, etc.)
Provide connection to network equipment via laptop with Hyper Terminal/ Putty installed, USB to Serial adaptor, and various console cables. Once the session is created you will be instructed by NOC tech. (You do not need to know how to configure the equipment, just how to connect to It.) *Project Coordinator will provide support as needed.
Provide onsite physical layer support, while participating in Conference Bridge. You may sit on phone for long periods of time with nothing to do. *Remember -- You are on the clock, don't get frustrated.
Perform site survey per job scope.
Take pictures with MP camera (high quality smart phone pictures are accepted).
Complete an As Built excel workbook and upload to ftp server. *Project Coordinator will provide support.
If you have Fiber Optic installation experience, you could be tasked to install, terminate, and test.
If you have specific phone system experience, you may be tasked to provide onsite phone system support -- to include configuration changes and initial set up.
What we expect from you?
A professional appearance and attitude at all times, while on the job site, and on phone calls.
Once accepting a job you arrive on time and prepared with tools and materials per scope of work description.
You must check in/ out with Project Coordinator.
You must make Project Coordinator aware of any issues that define a change of scope or problem with completion, at the earliest opportunity.
You must turn in signed Vendor work order, company work order, and other requested collateral per scope of work.
You must not attempt to solicit contacts, which you gain via company.
How will you be paid?
As a W9 Contractor or W2 employee.
Agreed hourly wage and travel to each job paid at .55 per mile.
Direct Deposit is available.
Work week starts on Friday and ends on Thursday. Pay is processed the following weeks Wednesday.
Your job collateral must be submitted within 24 hours from job.
All material will be provided to you.
San Jose, CA
Thu, 11 May 2017 15:00:53 PDT