Voice and Data Foreman
Position Title: Foreman
Works in the field running or assisting in the installation of low voltage wiring on small to large projects.
Reports to: PM
• Installs horizontal and backbone pathways using : wire hangers/j-hooks, ladder rack, basket tray, threaded rod, beam clamps and D-rings.
• Installs horizontal cable ( cat5e, cat6, cat6a, coax , security and AV wire) as well as copper and fiber backbone cable.
• Lines out all the techs and installers at the beginning of each day and makes sure they have met his goals at the end of the work day.
• Builds out communication closets, routes and dresses all the horizontal/ backbone cabling, terminates all the backbone/ horizontal cabling and grounds the data racks and ladder rack in the closet.
• Must be able to run Fluke DTX1800 tester and troubleshoot cabling problems.
• Must be able to understand and implement either the customer's or PM's labeling scheme.
• Must be able to read and understand blueprints.
• Maintains the as-built and red-line drawings.
• Maintains a daily log of what tasks or activities got done.
• Secures a laydown area for material and job box( if needed ).
• Interfaces with other trades on daily basis to make sure the install goes smoothly and with as few of issues as possible.
• Address with PM any construction issues or concerns.
• Tells PM of material requests so PM can get materials to jobsite in a timely manner.
• Speaks with PM on daily basis to let PM know what is going on at the jobsite.
• Must know and be able to implement fire-stopping procedures for new and existing penetrations.
• Must maintain a professional appearance and have good communications skills.
• Must understand and follow company and jobsite safety rules/procedure.
• Meets with crew before the start of the day and talks about safety in regards to the tech's tasks that they will be doing that day. He then will make a written document detailing what was discussed.
• He checks on the "safety" condition of the power tools and electrical cords that are on the job site. If they aren't safe, he gets them fixed or taken off -site and sent back to the office to be repaired.
• High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Valid Colorado's driver's license.
• Must pass a background check and a drug test.
• Must be able to lift a minimum of 50lbs.
-Females are encouraged to apply
For more than 30 years, Interface Communications has been at the forefront of providing its business partners and customers with solutions to their special systems problems. During that time, we have grown to become an industry leader in the field of telecommunications contracting.
At the center of our corporate mission is a constant focus on customer service throughout our different business groups. Our overriding goal is to provide our customers with the best help available in the industry when it comes to system design, pre-construction services, budget development, project management, service and maintenance.
-Started in 1981 as a cable television provider.
-In 1995 Interface Communications Company was established with the main focus of providing voice and data
-After establishing an excellent reputation the company grew and in 2001 added the Traffic Signalization division
and soon after expanded once again into A/V and security
-In 2009 the Wireless division was formed to meet the growing needs for distributed antenna systems for radio and
cellular services. We work largely with AT & T, Verizon, and Sprint.
-Interface has an excellent reputation which often allows us to win contracts over our larger competitors.
-And we are constantly growing! This is a pivotal time in our organization as each division is growing rapidly.
-Females are encouraged to apply
Tue, 30 May 2017 13:37:34 PDT