DAS Foreman
EWS is hiring a DAS Foreman. We are seeking a service orientated, independent working individual to with 5-10 years of experience with running crews in this related field. This person will oversee installation of varying types  of DAS equipment, to include but not limited to the installation of indoor antennas, coaxial cable, CATV cable, and other necessary components to the varies projects we obtain.
-Leadership skills
-Installing coax in building 
-Familiar with in building coax installation standards
-JMA connectors
-Sweep & PIM testing
-Fiber handling & testing
-2 to 3 years installing Carrier BTS Equipment 
-Competent with at least 1 carriers standards (AT&T preferred)
-Knowledge of RF fundamentals a +
-Knowledge of DC fundamentals a must
-Knowledge of grounding fundamentals a must
-Experience with installing at least 1 DAS OEM a +
-Knowledge of basic networking
-Basic computer skills
-Must provide a clean driving record
-Be a US Citizen
-Have a clean background (DUI or Felony)
-Must be able to pass a drug screen
-Must be 18 years or older
Able to complete paper work: 6‐Week Look Ahead, Daily Logs, FOCUS Forms, Change Order/Work Orders, Purchase Orders. Help plan and setup DAS equipment layout. 
Coordinate job with customer. Complete task in a timely manner. General installation and termination of all system cabling.Dress and terminate all associated types of DAS cables.Assist with cable testing, PIM Testing, Coax Sweeping, and upload results to project cloud. Maintains a good attitude. Enforcement of job site harmony 
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