Voice and data Structured Cabling Field Tech - Part Time

This is a part-time job, NO NIGHT WORK, or WEEKENDS this is hourly work.
Must be able to work without supervision.
Must have your own transportation and tools. Normally no travel is over 1 hour to assignments
All work is in the Hazleton , in the surrounding areas of Scranton , and Stroudsburg
Projects are in commercial businesses normally located in malls.
Payment for each job includes materials. gas, and tolls. Payments in 21 days from completion (Net 21).
Seeking currently BICSI certified or we will accept past BICSI certification preferred.
Our company has a contract with a national telecom firm and we need experienced professionals only to support this sub-contract. We primarily do voice and data moves, adds, and repairs for only commercial businesses. This position is on call, normally we give you 24 to 48 hours advance notice via email only for all work.
We require hands on experience with the following;
Ability to mount and install backboards, cross connects, rack, and patch panels
Ability to route cables through cubicles, fish lines through walls, across ceilings.
Conduct themselves in a professional manner to perform visual inspections, problem identification, etc.
Have a working knowledge of cabling for security systems, telecom, CCTV, or data networks.
Must know how to terminate 66 and 110 blocks NEATLY
Must be able to terminate voice/data jacks in walls or patch panels.
Must understand or have knowledge of ANSI/TIA/EIA and the National Electrical Code the telecom color code and have experience termination jacks and patch panels.
Must be in good physical condition and able to lift 50 lbs.
Cable installation methods such as installing cable in conduit using fish tape, pull string.
Experience in installing conduit sleeves and use of first stop putty, installing J-Hooks.
Must have:
UTP 4 pair cable tester, toner, butt set, hammer drill, extension ladder, fish tape, gofer pole (or glow rods)
Experience with DMARC rooms and telecom equipment such as RJ-21X.
Working knowledge of Smart jacks.

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