Teltech Communications, LLC

Wireless Technician

Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
ID
2022-1356
Category
Engineering
Type
Full Time
Max
USD $62,000.00/Yr.
Min
USD $55,000.00/Yr.

Overview

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We are currently seeking a Senior Wireless Technician to join our team!  If you are looking for a place to grow your skills and share our values, read below and see if this role is a match for you.
 
The Senior Wireless Technician performs a wide variety of field activities associated with installing, maintaining, and servicing equipment in the field. Typically handles moderately complex products and/or problems, and may provide guidance to less experienced Wireless Technicians.

 

Responsibilities

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Install, maintain, test, repair, remove or retrofit various wireless systems including rooftop macro, pole mount macro and small cells, indoor distributed antenna systems (IDAS) and outdoor distributed antenna systems (ODAS)
  • Read blueprints and construction drawings
  • Determine and pull best path routes
  • Adhere to coax fiber, and power installation standards
  • PPC compression tool kit installation
  • Installation of antennas including rooftop, racks, and remote units
  • DAS and small cell OEM installation
  • Label coax cables, antennas and head end rack
  • Perform cable sweeps using spectrum analyzers for return loss, insertion loss, and distance to fault testing
  • Perform PIM testing and mitigation on cellular equipment
  • Fusion splice fiber modes and connectors
  • Use OTDR for fiber reports and troubleshoot links
  • Operate a lift and/or bucket truck
  • Assist engineers and management on various tasks as needed
  • Follow all safety rules and regulations.
  • Testing and Integration of Wireless systems not limited to IN building, small-cell, macro.
  • Rack and stack equipment in heads and remote locations
  • Assists Engineers with tests and/or analysis of installed equipment
  • Performs in-process and final quality inspections
  • Provides work instruction to less experienced Technicians
  • May serve as onsite contact to customer
  • May serve as the site crew leader
  • Could act as the liaison between Wireless technician and Construction Manager on duty.
Managerial Responsibility
  • No direct reports
Travel/Shift Requirements
  • Ability to travel regionally for 60-80% of the time

 

Qualifications

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Physical Demands
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
  • Ability to work outdoors, on ladders, lifts and in confined spaces
  • Ability to work with and around electrical wires and components and/or ESD products
  • Ability to work remotely at construction or installation sites
  • Ability to repeatedly ascend and descend ladders and lifts up to 90 feet
  • Ability to work in indoor and outdoor environments
Skills and Abilities Required
  • Experience reading blueprints or construction drawings
  • Ability to work with hand and power tools, as well as working knowledge of PPC compression tool and various RF test equipment
  • Requires strong technical knowledge of current wireless Network products with minimal training performed and recorded on Safety, Business Code of Conduct and Quality assurance
  • Formal “Basic Installation” training course is required (or equivalent on the job training)
  • Ability to read and understand IBwave drawings and documentation as well as Red line the final as-builts.
  • Mastery of the phases of the product installation
  • Must be certified to run a scissor lift and boom lift
  • Conducts work assignments, communicates, addresses and assists customers in a professional manner
  • Ability to work independently while maintaining regular and timely communication with management regarding activities
  • Executes the essential duties and responsibilities to meet timelines
Education and Experience Required
  • High School Diploma or GED, required
  • 3 - 5 years of RF Field technician experience
  • Minimum 2 yrs of wireless experienced

 

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