Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: December 13, 2010

Organization: Charter Communications

City: Greenville, SC

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Ability to safely use weight-bearing equipment (such as gaffs, safety harness and ladders) within the maximum weight limitations of that equipment
Ability to accurately measure distances, using tapes or other measuring devices
Ability to adhere to Local, Federal regulations and Company policies
Ability to carry, climb and operate extension ladder, (approx. 28 ft high and 90 pounds)
Ability to climb poles using gaffs, hooks and climbing belt as needed
Ability to differentiate between different sizes and colors of wires
Ability to dig in all types of soil to bury cable
Ability to drive Company vehicle in a safe and responsible manner
Ability to make cable connections in tight spaces by bending, reaching, twisting
Ability to operate appropriate computer or test equipment associated with position
Ability to perform job from high places (i.e. poles and roofs)
Ability to prioritize and organize effectively
Ability to read general system layouts from blue prints and system maps
Ability to read, write and speak the English language to communicate with employees, customers, suppliers, in person, on the phone, and by written communications in a clear, straight-forward, and professional manner
Ability to use the following hand tools: electric drills, hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers in the installation of cable to the residence and TV set converters
Ability to walk over all types of terrain in all kinds of weather while carrying tools and equipment, including gaffs, ladders, and fully loaded tool belts
Ability to work independently
Ability to work while standing 50 - 70% of the time
Ability to work with small components and wires to make cable connections
Knowledge of basic mathematics and electronics
Knowledge of cable television products and services
Knowledge of National Electric Code and National Electrical Safety Code
Knowledge of redesign and measuring voltage wiring; advanced splicing skills
Vision ability: close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus
High school graduate or equivalent
NCTI Service Technician Course or equivalent
Service or Installer Repair Technician II 2yrs. experience
Valid drivers licenses with satisfactory driving record within Company required standards

Job Description:

Under general supervision, responsible for preventive maintenance and repair of the plant including the trunk and distribution system. Perform routine maintenance and repairs while providing technical support for the resolution of service related problems.
Must be able to perform the duties of Installer, Installer Repair Technician I, and Service Technician I and II
Troubleshoot and repair problems associated with RF, AC, DC, portion of the forward and reverse plant, such as transmission levels, signal losses, off-air interference, including troubleshooting of optical power
Perform routine balancing, aligning, and adjustment of components and equipment used to amplify and process signals
Test main trunk lines using signal level meters, volt-OHM meters, spectrum analyzers and other related test equipment on a regular basis, compare findings in the field with documentation.
Test power supply on a regular basis and perform field engineering walkout as required
Monitor and record system leakage and repair drop leakage; comply with requirements outlined in applicable regulations (such as: OSHA/FCC/NEC)
Complete and maintain accurate records including work orders, daily logs and other necessary paperwork
Collect, analyze and present information on an accurate and timely basis; compile data for inclusion in FCC reports; maintain records, conduct tests, and prepare reports as required in a timely and accurate manner
Clean, maintain assigned equipment, and stock assigned vehicle
Assure system security by terminating unused ports, lock and tag peds/lockboxes
Perform other duties as requested by supervisor

Contact Name:
Felicia White, PHR
Application Process: