Cable Technician

We are seeking an organized, reliable, and driven cable technician to work as part of our field service team to install, troubleshoot, and repair various voice and data cables for both residential and commercial environments. The ideal candidate will be passionate about providing high-quality service and excited by complex problems and challenges. Cable Technician Duties and Responsibilities Experience successfully completing node splits in a live customers online environment where work must be completed during the maintenance windowExperience activating new HFC coax bridger amps, line extenders and fiber nodes including power supply activation and power redirectionExperience installing and changing out HFC equipment including taps or tap faceplates, amplifiers, nodes and power supplies.Experience with sweep and balance of newly activated or recently split plant including collection of End of Line (EOL) readings for redlinesAbility to make decisions quickly in high pressure situations where the outcome best serves the customers affected and with minimal impact to servicesInstall, maintain, and repair cable systems, most often involved with television and internet servicesTest and troubleshoot issues with network communicationConduct thorough inspections of cable lines to ensure the system is working correctlyRepair related poles and towers to resolve cable issuesPull, route, or label CAT5 or CAT6 cableInstall various support structures, including cable racks, j-hooks, innerduct, and other related structuresCommunicate and collaborate with other members of the field service team to resolve complex issuesProvide high-quality service to all customers Cable Technician Requirements and Qualifications High school diploma or equivalent 1 years of experience installing, maintaining, and repairing cable for network communications Valid driver's license with a clean driving historyStrong knowledge of industry standard cable specificationsCommunication skills with the ability to successfully collaborate with other members of the teamSolid problem-solving capabilitiesCommitment to abiding by OSHA and all other safety standards and proceduresAbility to identify different colors and learn color codesAbility to work at heights and lift 50 pounds

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