A Tech III is the highest non-Lead role for personnel in the field. This person is accountable for executing a project’s installation in the day-to-day. Under the direction of the Site Lead, a Tech III seeks to achieve critical milestone dates for the assigned project. Expectations for a Tech III encompass those for a Tech I or II - being accountable, showing up with the required tools and PPE, and completing tasks as assigned with a positive attitude and attention to detail. Additionally, a Tech III is expected to have nearly full system comprehension, and aid the project leadership team in ensuring the system is built correctly. This role reports to a Project Foreman on a day-to-day basis.
- Install cable pathway, rough-in cable runs, terminate 1⁄2” coax cable / install connectors (MFR:
- Commscope, JMA, RFS. Connection type: N, 4.3-10)
- Cat cable termination (RJ45 crimp, AMP punch down), continuity testing
- Install wall and rack mounted equipment. (MFR: Comba, Nextivity Cel-Fi, SOLiD)
- Advanced cable dressing and building splitter trees.
- Roof work: erect masts/sleds, mount donor antennas, run, dress, support cabling, grounding & weatherproofing
- Conduct cable segment sweep testing and interpret results (Distance to Fault & Return Loss)
- Conduct system and branch PIM testing and interpret results.
- Interface professionally with external points of contact.
- Track and report on project status.
- Implement design changes or revisions from Engineering.
- Arrive at work at agreed-upon site start times, show up with appropriate tools & equipment.
- Display professionalism in all interactions with team members and external points of contact.
- Keep material staging areas organized and neat, regularly clean-up work areas as you go.
- Keep track of all tools, equipment, and project materials in your possession.
- Minimum 3 years of technical & operational experience in technology integration, with experience in some of the
- following fields: In-building wireless systems, RF Technologies, Cellular and Public Safety Systems.
- Demonstrated success interpreting system designs to install equipment correctly
- Experience working on cross-disciplinary, cross-functional teams to achieve success
- Proficient in Office 365, Bluebeam, and other computer and mobile-app related tools
- Fluency in English (both written & verbal)
Tool & Equipment Competencies:
- 1⁄2” coax cable prep tools, Cat cable RJ45 crimper, HILTI powder-actuated tools
- Basic hand / power tools (Screwdriver, torque wrench, crimper, Hammer drill, circular/jig saw)
- Fluke LinkIQ continuity tester, Coax Segment Sweep testers – Kaelus iVA and Anritsu S332E
- Coax Cable PIM testers (Anritsu PIM Master)
Additional Job Requirements:
- Must be willing to work in the greater Denver area
- Willingness to travel with short notice and on weekends
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must be willing to work flexible hours including late and/or last-minute scheduling changes.
- Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.
- Our Recruiting Manager, Brandon Carpenter —not an automated computer program— will personally read your application.
- If there is mutual interest, we will reach out to tell you all about the hiring company and answer your questions so you can determine if this is a position you’d like to pursue.
- To follow up on your status, please wait at least 48 business hours and then email, Brandon@7Eagle.com.
- Even though we focus on Veterans, transitioning Service Members, and Military Spouses, this position is open to everyone.