The Cable Management Technician is accountable for planning, installation, configuration, documentation, repair and operational support of enterprise wide telecommunication infrastructure systems. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) assisting in review and evaluation of new technologies; maintaining documentation for cabling infrastructure and related systems via CADD or similar application in a timely manner for access by telecommunications and project management personnel; ensuring that all institutional and industry related policies and procedures are followed; and providing instruction and guidance for work being performed by installers. This position is the first level of a two level career path within the Cable Management Technician job family.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Minimum 2 years of technical training in communications technology or equivalent experience in a complex, progressive telecommunications environment
BICSI Technician certification
Valid State of Maine driver’s license
Minimum 3 years directly related experience in an active planning and cable installation role
Broad knowledge of all procedures, systems and equipment related to the installation, configuration, maintenance, and operational support of all telecommunications cabling systems and facilities.
Sound working knowledge of PC and common desktop software applications
Fluent working knowledge of desktop diagram software (i.e. Visio)
Good working knowledge of CADD/CAM systems
Have well-developed interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Ability to effectively train or present to small groups
Ability to effectively convey and articulate concepts and ideas to both technical and non technical staff operational support of all telecommunications cabling systems and facilities.