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Cable Infrastructure Technician

Application Contact: James Jackson
Email: james.jackson@asj-it.com
Phone: 4783976470

Job Information

Job ID: ASJ-03
Date Posted: June 25, 2020
Employment Type: Full Time
Location:
Start Date: July 01, 2020
Job Description:

Support all the network install, changes, and maintenance for the buildings being remodeled or built. Install, test and activate network drops. Maintain Network Equipment. Install, repair, or replace items such as net-shelters, fiber transceivers, switches, and all cabling. Activate, deactivate, install, or remove network drops. Pull new fiber optic cabling between Buildings or levels of Buildings. Terminate all Category 5 (CAT5) cable and Single Mode / Multimode (SM/MM) fiber. trace out and patch through fiber or fusion splice fiber together. Must be able to obtain IAT Level II certification within 3 months of hire date.

Requirements

Responsibilities:

Essential Duties:

u2022 Support configuration changes to the network due to the addition, relocation, or removal of personnel, and the upgrade or replacement of hardware and software, to include all items comprising the network cable plant and as required in accordance with the STIGs.

u2022 Prepare and submit for approval electronic documentation and reports on the cable plant in the format of Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), or AutoCAD as applicable.

u2022 Install all Patch Panels, LAN, CCTV or Telephone Cable installation requirements IAW NITISSIAM TEMPEST/2-95, RED/BLACK Installation Guidance.

u2022 Install all Joint Service Provider IT Enterprise components IAW National Electrical Code (NEC) 2011, American National Standard Institute (ANSI)/National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70. There is approximately one required power move per quarter which consists of relocating a power outlet from one server rack to another. If the power move requires the panel to be de- energized or locked ut/tagged out, the facilities manager is contacted to bring in a certified electrician.

u2022 Perform site surveys, assess and document current site network configurations, and project cable plant installations, additions, and removals based on government priorities. There are approximately 12 site surveys conducted per year.

u2022 Conduct final installation operational testing to verify and validate the proper configuration and operational capability of newly modified infrastructure.

u2022 Perform analysis of PDS alerts, issues, and problems and document findings in accordance with CNSSI No. 7003 standards during core hours. The system is monitored by building security personnel outside of core hours.

Skills:

 

u2022 Working knowledge of Cisco Switching and routing a plus

u2022 Experience with Microsoft Office Suites

Qualifications:

Qualifications Required:

u2022 U.S. Citizenship required

u2022 DoD Secret Security Clearance

u2022 DoD 8570.01-M Baseline IT Level I and IAT Level II certifications are desired

Education Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Experience Requirements:

 

u2022 1 year of experience

u2022 Working knowledge of Cisco Switching and routing a plus

u2022 Experience with Microsoft Office Suites

Benefits

Work Hours: 8am-4pm
Benefits:

401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision

Salary: $17-20 / Hour
Compensation:

Miscellaneous

Industry: Information Technology
Occupational Category: Cable Infrastructure

Details

Date Valid Through: June 01, 2020
Status: Open

Additional Contact Information

Department:
Hiring Manager: James Jackson