• Coax Splicer

    Job Locations US-AZ-Tucson
    Category
    Telecommunications Construction
    Positions Available
    1
  • Overview

    Why join the Bear family? We offer an exciting, challenging and dynamic work environment. Bear Communications is committed to the pursuit of growth and use of innovative technologies to improve our company and increase our service offerings. We envision a future where our company is the number one communications provider in the region.

     

    Why else? We offer an inclusive benefits package for all full-time employees, including medical, dental and vision. Plus paid training, company vehicle, competitive pay, and 3 weeks paid vacation within your first year of employment!

     

    Responsibilities

    • Troubleshooting and repair of Coax line and line equipment
    • Use bucket trucks as needed
    • Climb poles, ladders, towers and other structures when necessary
    • Read and understand site plans, maps and diagrams needed to support project
    • Install all passive and active devices, pedestals, vaults or Coax splice cases required
    • Pull coax through existing duct package, pull cable through conduit either manually, blowing, or mechanically, and splice and activate underground and aerial lines
    • Willing to work outside in varying weather conditions
    • Capable of lifting and carrying up to 70 pounds

    Qualifications

    • Experience in UG and/or Aerial coax construction 
    • Skilled in coax splicing, balance actives, and troubleshooting RF levels using an RF meter
    • Capable of passing a background check and have a clean driving record 
    • Current Class A CDL highly preferred

    Bear is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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