Posted on Apr 07, 2021 by Canadian Network Installations
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $25.96 to $28.00 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 3  Vacancies
Closing Date May 07, 2021
Canadian Network Installations
- Other trades certificate or diploma
- or equivalent experience
Major Work Area
Equipment and Machinery Experience
- Fibre optics
- Coaxial line
1 year to less than 2 years
- Complete and maintain test and service reports
- Climb and work aloft on poles, ladders or other support structures
- Test equipment to locate transmission faults
- Splice, join and connect wires
- Repair or replace defective telephone equipment
- Install trunking systems, circuits and equipment
- Inspect and test trunking systems
- Determine nature, cause and location of trouble
- Install and maintain aerial and underground telephone equipment
Work Site Environment
- At heights
- Vehicle supplied by employer
- Travel expenses paid by employer
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Repetitive tasks
- Handling heavy loads
- Physically demanding
- Manual dexterity
- Attention to detail
- Ability to distinguish between colours
- Combination of sitting, standing, walking
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
Work Location Information
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
1351 Rodick Road, Unit 6
Markham , Ontario L3R5K4
May 07, 2021
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Interest in precision working to splice and repair various types and sizes of telephone and other telecommunication cables, including single line, coaxial and fibre optic; may operate excavation machinery and other heavy equipment
Interest in compiling information to repair telecommunication lines, cables and various types of telephone and other telecommunication cables
Interest in speaking with other workers to co-ordinate the preparation and completion of assignments
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