DAS Technician I
The DAS technician I, will be helping install, integrate and troubleshoot Distributed Antenna Systems at clients venues/offices/manufacturing plants. As an entry level position: This person will be trained and supervised on all required tasks.
This candidate will need an aptitude toward technical work although experience specific to DAS is not required. 

-Be proficient in computer software including Microsoft Office. 
-Have an understanding of wireless technology
-An understanding of basic RF concepts is a plus
-Research and/or problem solving experience is a plus
-T1 termination, extension, and testing is a plus
 -Travel possible within state up to 75%
-Have a high school diploma or G.E.D. 
-Posses good communication skills and the ability/ desire to work in a team environment. 
-Ensure requirements for health, safety, and quality are maintained at the highest levels.
-Able to communicate technical information accurately to supervisors and managers
-Capable of prioritizing tasks onsite to meet/exceed client deadlines in a fast paced environment.
-Reliable means to arrive at office on time. (various times of the day/night)
-Must be able to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions including extreme heat. 
-Ability to perform a variety of labor intensive tasks including but not limited to; standing, walking, reaching, frequently climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, and lifting (apx. 50 pounds). 
 -Professional appearance and attitude whether on client site or in the company office.
-Proactive, NOT reactive: As a staff member you will be expected to try and solve problems, find solutions and do so in a professional and appropriate manner without constant supervision.
-All candidates must be able to provide a clean driving record, pass a background test, and drug screening.
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