Install, repair, and maintain structured cabling systems in accordance with industry specifications and standards as well as the Wisconsin Building Code.
Install and terminate Category 5, 5e, and 6 cables.
Copper cable testing and documentation.
Dressing of racks, patch panels, and wire management.
Terminations on 110 & 66 blocks.
Installation of all types of multi-media cable and terminations.
Installation of external raceway.
Cross connection of CO lines and extensions.
Install and terminate fiber optic cables.
Fiber cable testing and documentation.
Install sound/paging equipment.
Install Access Control field hardware.
Install Security field hardware.
Install Video Surveillance field hardware.
Provide support to Level I technicians as needed.
Perform subcontracted service work for national companies.
Prepare and document all installations to include cable properties, cable paths, and after installation testing results (As-Builts and schematics).
Responsible for the maintenance of assigned vehicle, where applicable.
Maintain record of time and materials used on a job.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Must have a current driver’s license with a good driving record.
Capable of working effectively with co-workers under minimal supervision and fulfill customer requests.
Ability to climb ladders and lift heavy equipment.
Ability to safely operate a scissors and articulated (boom) lift.
Knowledge of basic mathematics.
Position may require travel and 24/7 on call availability.
Ability to read and understand a blue print.
Knowledge of the equipment and tools used in structured cabling.
Ability to perform diagnostic troubleshooting and analysis.
Knowledge of terminating structured cabling systems according to the TIA/EIA standards.
Knowledge of Wisconsin Building codes.