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Field Operations Technicians

Company Name:
Partner Alliance
Field Operations Technician
Greensboro, NC
Multiple locations in the US available

Position Summary
Responsible for supporting interdepartmental objectives, to include preventative and remedial maintenance, lighting and monitoring and building and ground upkeep, and installation, optimization and integration of network hardware and interconnect facilities.

Additional responsibilities include maintaining and repairing all DAS and microwave equipment and transmitters; maintaining site and test equipment inventories; network integrity and quality; updating daily logs with site specific information; composing clear and concise reports for system documentation; and performing audits as required by local, District, Area, Corporate or Regulatory agencies. Shows a concern for the quality of data about company's assets and completes the collection and maintenance of data about the physical assets to ensure an accurate, up-to-date database of these assets.

Essential Job Functions
Ensure structural integrity and regulatory compliance for all assigned assets.
Perform periodic inspections in accordance with company policies, standards and procedures. Identify and ensure that major inspection discrepancies are reported to management, corrected in a timely manner and that the field data they collect is entered into the company's systems.
Collect physical asset data in an efficient and cost-effective manner and follow standards related to getting this data into the database. Review data associated with assigned sites on a regular basis and report errors or discrepancies to management.
Respond quickly and effectively to resolve NOTAM, monitoring system and network performance issues in accordance with company established policies, standards and procedures.
Maintain and communicate a site problem list within trouble ticketing system including the resolution plans for each.
Maintain documentation and maintenance records for each assigned facility.
Monitor and report material usage in order to maintain adequate truck supplies.
Provide immediate support service during emergency issues and incident response situations.

Education/Certifications/Licensure
High School Degree required
Associates degree, two year technical degree or equivalent military/special electronics training experience strongly preferred
A valid driver's license required

Experience/Minimum Requirements
Two (2) or more years of experience in one or more of the following fields: telecommunications, two way radio, paging, or microwave radio is required

Other Skills/Abilities
oKnowledge of wireless/telecommunications technologies and platforms
oComputer support and power experience and troubleshooting
oKnowledge of radio transmitters, receivers, antennas, electronic theory, power and applications required

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