A wireless technician is responsible for multiple customers and projects where we provide turn- key wireless network build services to customers. If not experienced, the apprentice technician will work hand in hand with the Wireless Technician and learn about wireless networks, including but not limited to the construction, maintenance, troubleshooting and turn up of a DAS or small cell network. The apprentice should be someone eager to learn and has a technical background.
Location: Nashua NH
Able and willing to learn the following skills as an apprentice wireless technician:
This position is based out of HQ in Nashua NH but should expect some travel; mostly in the New England area.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
Requires the ability to sit for extended periods, stand, bend, walk, communicate via telephone, computer and/or face-to-face contact, vision to monitor, and use basic office equipment such as a personal computer, copier and fax machines regularly during the course of work Will be required to operate vehicle for Company business. Work is performed in and out of an office environment. Physically able to carry 50lbs. Able to work outdoors, and/or in a bucket truck. Work is performed in all sorts of environments. Must be able to work outside in all types of weather.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization. Waveguide is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer promoting diversity in the workplace.
Waveguide has been the dominate player in the Northeastern region of the US for over 20 years when it comes to turnkey Fiber Optic networks. We have remained on the forefront of the industry demands and trends throughout our history by implementing and utilizing the latest technologies to complete our work. Our current customer base consists of large regional and national broadband companies, local and national incumbent phone and cable companies, universities, data centers, municipalities and the private sector. We continue to be a recognized industry resource for Best Practices within all of these service offerings:
* Turn-key fiber optic network design, engineering and construction * Utility and make-ready management * GIS and CAD mapping services * GPS field mapping and data collection * Hub and Head-end construction * COAX and HFC construction * DAS, Wireless and Small Cell design and construction services * Project Management services * OSP maintenance and restoration services * Plant audit and field surveys * Network upgrades, new builds and extensions * Project management