Tower Technician III/ Top Hand
The Top Hand will be responsible for assuring the successful execution of projects on site alongside the Foreman or in their absence. They will assist with assigning tasks to crew members, identify necessary project materials, help manage all customer interaction on site and complete all reporting and project documentation in absence of a site Foreman. The Top Hand will also work with site Foreman to ensure proper use of all safety equipment and adherence to all safety procedures as well as compliance with all OSHA regulations on site.
TOWER Technician III/TOP HAND. Acting lead role to the Foreman.
Candidate must be located in the United States. Top Hand must have 2-4 years of cell site construction experience. Candidates should be able to read design documents, compile material requirements, and perform all types of cell site antenna and line installations. Candidates should also be highly organized, have good project management and people management skills, be good at paperwork and work well training team mates. Candidates must be willing to travel to cell sites for work both in and out of the state. Candidates must maintain a safe work environment and follow safety procedures. Qualified Top Hand candidates must be trustworthy, hardworking individuals, able to climb towers, withstand extreme heat, adhere to long hours, and work at various height levels for extended periods of time. Candidates must be experienced in all aspects of line and antenna system installation, replacement and maintenance (including coax, jumpers, TMA, connectors, weatherproofing, etc.). Candidates must have proper safety and climbing training (Comtrain, OSHA, RF Awareness, CPR, First Aid, etc.) Candidate must have strong background with hand tools Candidates need to have experience in: LTE, UMTS, AAV, GSM and New site construction. Must be able to provide a clean driving record, pass a background test, and drug screening.
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