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Level 4 Dc Power Technician, Vancouver, Centerline Communications Llc

Published 2022-07-14
Expires 2022-08-14
ID #1086813595
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Level 4 Dc Power Technician, Vancouver, Centerline Communications Llc
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published July 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Level 4 dc power technician


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Maicom, an affiliate company of Centerline Communications, is hiring a Level 4 lead DC Power Technician for the Critical Infrastructure Team.




The new hire will plan and coordinate installation workloads, assign jobs, and direct, instruct and assist the equipment installer with the installation of equipment. Work will be performed without supervision and instruction. Must have longstanding experience with installation and cabling of AC and DC power equipment including BCDBB’s, BDFB’s, and UPS Systems.



SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of 6 years’ experience or equivalent as determined by the Critical Infrastructure Manager and demonstrated to all MSO’s in the equipment system/environment (e.g. common systems, switch, transport, power) being worked on
Level 4 work operations/job activities may include:
Circuit modifications
Software adds or upgrades
Power transition work
Addition or removal of batteries
Addition or removal of circuits on working power distribution sources
Equipment testing and turn-up
Overseeing volatile work activities
Job-site supervision of subcontractor work
Additions, modifications, or removals to Power Boards
All required documentation and Visio as-builts
Travel up to 25%


REQUIRED TOOLS: Must have a complete basic hand-tool kit.




REQUIRED EDUCATION: All applicants must have a high school diploma and/or equivalent certificate.




REQUIRED LOCATION(S): Applicants can be located in Vancouver or Calgary.

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