Telecom / Cabling Technician

JOB DESCRIPTION
Looking for that Jack-of-All-Trades kind of person. Someone who understands voice and data cabling, and can run a build-out project installing CAT5/6 cabling, MDF/IDF racks, rack cleanups and other similar work.
Our ideal candidate will be driven by learning new things and thrives in an environment of learning new technologies including virtualization, cloud computing, VoIP and network systems.
TCG Network Services offers industry competitive salaries with an extensive benefits package that includes excellent health insurance, a 401k retirement plan with a 50% match, long term disability coverage, paid vacation time and holidays.
We will reimburse you for miles of your personal vehicle to and from TCG clients and vendors; if you don't have a vehicle, we're still glad to talk.

REQUIREMENTS
Ideally live within a 20-mile radius of Natick MA.
Minimum of 2-years' experience installing CAT5/6 cabling, racks, rack cleanups and other similar work.
Possess a valid driver's license does not mind daily travel to work sites.
Ability to climb ladders, stand for extended periods and work in confined conditions.
Ability to tone and identify CO lines, crosswire old building work and assist PBX Design Engineer with installations.
Physically install Category 5/6 and Structured Cable Distribution Systems.
Installation of jacks, pulling cable, grooming and labeling cables to industry standards.
Accurately test cables to required certification parameters utilizing appropriate test equipment as required.
Determine and install closet hardware including backboards, connecting blocks, racks, patch panels and enclosures.
Although not required, candidates who have certification from any of the following will have priority consideration:
A+, N+, MCSE, MSA, MCP, CNE, CNA, and CCNA.
Strong interpersonal skills, can-do attitude, curiosity to learn, and a desire to share your knowledge with colleagues.
Ability to work on hands and knees, as well as lift and carry equipment without injury.

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