As an Associate Tower Technician, one will begin to develop an understanding of the wireless industry. 40-60% of the time is spent onsite climbing cell towers. Techs must support the lead tower hand when working top side and support the tower foreman when on the ground. Learn and develop an understanding for color coding, weatherproofing, grounding, equipment installations, etc. (as it pertains to the SOW at hand).
Follow all state and federal safety regulations (OSHA, local turfing vendor, Tower Co., etc.) while working in an efficient and productive manner.
Required to work at heights installing telecom equipment/materials on towers, monopoles, etc. including mounts, radios and antennas
Interprets various documents (e.g. blueprints, diagrams, manufacturer specifications, etc.) to ensure proper installation of antenna systems using technical expertise and knowledge of blueprints and diagrams.
A willingness to travel when and where required.
Successful Completion of Required Training (reference pages 14 and 123 of IIPP):
First Aid/BBP and CPR
PPE use and requirements
Special equipment (aerial lift, forklift, backhoe, capstan, etc.)
The above reflects leadership's definition of essential functions for this job but does not restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Leadership may assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.
Able to take direction
Some travel may be required with overnight trips
Physically able to climb 1000 vertical feet per day
Ability to perform Tower Rescues
Ability to lift 50lbs repeatedly
Onsite at job locations.
Potential exposure to outdoor elements.
Direct, W2 employment with competitive wages
Full benefits package (medical, dental, vision, etc.)
Paid time off, paid holidays, and up to 6% 401k match
Paid uniforms and top of the line fleet of trucks and trailers with state-of-the-art tooling, test gear, and equipment
Student loan assistance program
Opportunity to expand and grow with one the largest, full service wireless construction companies in the U.S. while working with some of the most skilled leaders in the industry
Employment is dependent on the successful completion of a background check and drug screen