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Commercial Fiber Technician

Job Title: Commercial Fiber Technician
Location: Spring Valley, IL
Company
Summary:
Our client is a proven leader in the communications industry, offering a professional level of cabling expertise to their partners.
Having been around for over a decade, our client provides the resources necessary for their team members to excel and reach their career goals in the communications industry.

Position
Summary:
Anistar is seeking experienced Fiber Technicians for several short-term contract opportunities, to provide assistance with the pulling, instillation, and termination of fiber optic cable.
The ideal candidate will under general supervision, maintain a highly analytical and problem solving mindset while working as a team player.
We are looking for individuals who will pay attention to detail and work efficiently under minimal supervision.
Must pass drug and background checks.

Basic scope of work includes: Pulling, termination, testing, and labeling of any CAT, Copper, or Fiber cables.
Knowledge of Telecom systems & wireless solutions.
BICSI cert (current or past) a plus but not needed.

o ISP and OSP Installation
o Proper ISP and OSP communication room cable routing
o Basic understanding of site ISP and OSP fiber optic network infrastructure design and maintenance
o Experience with anaerobic fiber terminations
o Experience with single & multi mode fiber optic cables
o Basic network troubleshooting skills
o Work independently in the absence of supervision
Also:
o 5+ year(s) of experience in commercial fiber optic cabling
o Experience pulling and terminating cables
o Ability to climb ladders and work off boom lifts
o Solid base knowledge of conduits
o Any Coax maker Certs are a plus


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