The JSP Projects Team has a need for 8-10 temporary surge cable technicians/engineers for 8-16 week long projects for an influx of new projects to be executed over the next 3 months.
Cable Technician Job Description:
Responsible for installation and documentation of new and/or updated Inside Plant cable infrastructure to include conduit, cable trays, copper, coax, fiber and all associated elements in the Pentagon, Mark Center, & buildings within the NCR supported by JSP. Must follow JSP and commercial best practice procedures, standards required for installation of cable racks, wiring of the racks and testing required during installation. DoD Secret clearance required (TS preferred) due to the location and sensitive nature of the cable projects being completed.
Analyzes, administers, and maintains telecommunications and network cabling infrastructure.
Our Cable Technician is responsible for tasks assigned by Coordinators in connection with service orders and repair activities related to Category 6 cabling, Voice over IP networks (VOIP), and fiber optic cabling infrastructure.
In-depth knowledge of TDM networks
Dress, terminate and test cables and components
Installs, maintains and repairs voice and data communications systems
Interprets service orders, circuit diagrams, and electrical schematics
Tests, locates, installs, and repairs cabling infrastructure associated with trouble calls, and performs routine maintenance
Verifies work order information and receipt of all necessary equipment and information
Verifies service by testing installed cabling; identifying, correcting, or escalating problems
Well versed in the use of network cabling test equipment including network testers, copper cable testers, fiber OTDRs and fiber power meters.
Documents network by labeling and routing equipment and cables; recording configuration diagrams and specifications
Maintains network by troubleshooting and repairing outages; testing network back-up procedures; updating documentation
Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies as assigned
Identify, track and remove abandoned cable, and keep cable neatly tied and bundled while maintaining safety standards
Dress, terminate and test cables and components including CAT6 and fiber optic cabling.
Participates in special projects as required
3-5 years of related telecommunications experience.
Capable of obtaining a Secret Clearance and up to a (TS)
Strong customer service experience is highly preferred
Bachelors Degree in a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training or work experience.
Ability to work with power tools and ladders
Ability to work well with others and communicate with supervisors
Computer literate with basic Networking Skills
Must be familiar with BICSI rules, regulations, and standards.
Ability to communicate effectively to personnel of various expertise levels.
Solid Customer Support Skills in a high visibility environment
Problem analysis and problem solving
Attention to detail and accuracy
Internal Number: GDITANT0-26-20180606
About Crystal Management, LLC
Crystal Management provides Information Technology, Program Management, Operations and Maintenance, and Engineering services to federal and commercial clients worldwide. We specialize in IT Master Planning and portfolio management for infrastructure and systems build out of new or renovated construction, data center design and engineering, C4I engineering, enterprise architecture planning to include migration, consolidation, and new technology insertion, passive infrastructure design and implementation as well as 24x7 network operations and maintenance.
Crystal Management is focused on securing mission critical networks by providing hardware, software, and services to the United States military and Federal civilian agencies so they can strengthen their ability to better design, manage, and protect their information systems.
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