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Structured Cabling Technician
EmployerGreen Lantern Electrical
Date PostedMarch 13, 2023
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $25.00 to $32.00 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 44 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1  Vacancy
Closing Date Apr 12, 2023
Green Lantern Electrical
No degree, certificate or diploma
- Install trunking systems, circuits and equipment
- Instruct apprentices
- Complete and maintain test and service reports
- Read and interpret blueprints
- Inspect and test trunking systems
- Splice, join and connect wires
- Diagnose and locate equipment faults, and adjust, replace or repair telecommunications equipment
- Test installed telephone systems to locate transmission faults
- Operate computerized testing systems to conduct service tests on customer lines and equipment
Equipment and machinery experience
- Coaxial line
- Fibre optics
- Single line
- Valid driver's licence
- Own transportation
Work conditions and physical capabilities
- Handling heavy loads
- Manual dexterity
- Attention to detail
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
- Steel-toed safety boots
Experience an asset
- Dental plan
- Disability benefits
- Health care plan
- Paramedical services coverage
- Vision care benefits
Long term benefits
- Group insurance benefits
- Life insurance
- Long-term care insurance
Important notice: This job posting has been provided by an external employer.The Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada are not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.
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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