DAS Technician II
The DAS Tech II will be installing, integrating and troubleshooting Distributed Antenna Systems at client(s) venues/locations across the US. They will have had hands on experience commissioning DAS equipment on a customer site; detailed knowledge of at least one vendor. Familiar with other DAS vendors equipment. Correctly install DAS head-end equipment with minimal supervision: including, but not limited to DAS, RF and DC power. Correctly commission DAS head-end equipment with minimal supervision: including, but not limited to DAS, RF and DC power. (Note: Certain RF equipment must be commissioned by the manufacturer and cannot be commissioned by EWS. As the manufacturers requirements are lifted, the techs will be trained and expected to complete commissioning of additional equipment.) Working knowledge of DC power. Correctly terminate and test coax to customer specifications (provided) without supervision. This includes sweep testing and PIM testing. Experience with the integration of at least one technology into a DAS (GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, UMTS and LTE) Familiar with signaling systems and communication system protocols. (Preferred) Proficient computer user including Microsoft Office. Ability to connect and configure BTS equipment. Working knowledge of spectrum analyzer, CW equipment, QOS test equipment, test phones, Anritsu and T1.
Ability to train DAS technician I on all required skills, as well as assisting DAS Tech I in learning DAS Tech II responsibilities.
Familiar with DAS procedures for noise mitigation to meet customer KPI. (Experience preferred)
Familiar with balancing UL and DL between carriers. (Experience preferred)
Familiar with balancing RTWP with UE TX. (Experience preferred)
Familiar with DAS alarming test procedures with AT&T Standards. (NEA testing) (Experience preferred)
Experienced with DAS alarming termination.(Including 66 block termination)
Hands on experience commissioning DAS equipment on a customer site; detailed knowledge of at least one vendor.  Familiar with other DAS vendors equipment.
Correctly install DAS head-end equipment with minimal supervision: including, but not limited to DAS, RF and DC power.
Correctly commission DAS head-end equipment with minimal supervision: including, but not limited to DAS, RF and DC power.  (Note: Certain RF equipment must be commissioned by the manufacturer and cannot be commissioned by EWS.  As the manufacturers requirements are lifted, the techs will be trained and expected to complete commissioning of additional equipment.)
Working knowledge of DC power.
Correctly terminate and test coax to customer specifications (provided) without supervision.  This includes sweep testing and PIM testing.
Experience with the integration of at least one technology into a DAS (GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, UMTS and LTE)
Familiar with signaling systems and communication system protocols. (Preferred)
Proficient computer user including Microsoft Office.
Ability to connect and configure BTS equipment.
Working knowledge of spectrum analyzer, CW equipment, QOS test equipment, test phones, Anritsu and T1 test sets on customer equipment.
Experience with CW testing sufficient to lead a team and complete a test, based on criteria provided by the DAS Field Engineer or another RF Engineer. (AT&T Standards)
Problem identification, organization, and resolution with familiar equipment.
Quality of Service (QOS) data collection experience. Including TEMS.
Experience with wireless infrastructure provider and/or operator is a plus.
Specific product knowledge for one wireless infrastructure provider is a plus.
T1 termination, extension, testing and troubleshooting is required.
Understand basic RF concepts.
75% travel possible
Knowledge of fiber testing procedures and fiber testing troubleshooting.

Certifications Preferred in one or more of the following: Corning MobileAccess, Tyco/TE , Connectivity, Zinwave, Commscope, SOLiD.
Candidate must be located in the United States. Poccess strong communication and organizational skills. Detail oriented, dependable, and capable of multi-tasking. Have the ability to perform a variety of labor intensive tasks including lifting in excessive of 50 pounds. Must be able to prioritize and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment. A professional appearance is a must. Be able to be proactive, not reactive: As a staff member you will be expected to problem solve, find solutions, and do so in a professional and appropriate manner without constant supervision. Must be able to provide a clean driving record, pass a background test, and drug screening.
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