RESPONSIBILITES 

SPECIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This is a potential requirement**
• Must be able to lift a minimum of 60 lbs.
• Must be able to work in indoor and outdoor environments exposed to varying high or low temperatures.
• Must have sufficient physical agility to walk, climb, stand, crawl, and stretch on a continuing basis.
• Must be able to work at moderately high heights up to 40 feet above the ground using bucket trucks, scissor lifts, and ladders.
• Must be able to travel in airplanes to and from destinations on a regular basis
• Must be able to identify colors for cable identification and installation purposes.

Works as part of the engineering deployment team under the guidance of engineering team members and supervision of lead installation technicians. The Installation Technician-II supports the installation, maintenance, testing, diagnosis, and repair of various computer, network, electronic security systems, surveillance, access control systems, and associated equipment. Specific duties include the following:
Computer Operation, Installation, Maintenance and Repair
• Installation of computer images and provided software
• Installation, set up and troubleshooting of all Windows 7 Operating System Configurations

INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF SECURITY SYSTEM AND NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURES: 
• Measure, cut, splice, connect, solder, and install electrical or electronic cable and wiring.
• Install, test, troubleshoot, repair, replace, or adjust electronic equipment, components, or systems to include conduit, raceways, cable trays, junction boxes, panels, enclosures, low voltage circuits, and related hardware. Confirm operational status and functionality of all installations.
• Read and understand schematics, wire diagrams, and technical drawings.
• Perform routine maintenance on equipment, including adjustment and repairs.
• Assemble, disassemble, and install video and data communication lines and hardware, computer systems, and security and surveillance systems using hand and power tools.
• Apply basic electric theory (voltage, amperes, and ohms) to install, test, troubleshoot, or replace electronic power, communication, and control systems.
• Climb poles and ladders, construct camera pole and roof mounts and/or reinforcements and mix concrete to enable equipment installation.
• Clean and maintain tools, test equipment, and motor vehicle.
• Complete log books, expense vouchers, and verbal and written status reports as directed.
• Dig holes or trenches as required.
• Attend developmental and refresher training to improve or maintain technical skills.
• Conducts personal safety check and adheres to established safety standards, guidelines, and directives.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent required.
• Completion of a technical school program or experience as an electrician’s helper or equivalent job with rudimentary knowledge of basic electric theory or minimum of twenty-four months basic construction/relevant technical experience.
• Fundamental understanding of basic hand and power tool use.
• Documented 24 months experience installing electrical components, networks and computer systems

ABILITIES:
• Ability to obtain and maintain required security clearances.
• Strong interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills; able to convey complex technical information in an easily understood manner and interact at all levels of the organization.
• Ability to multi-task and change priorities quickly.
• Intermediate understanding of computer concepts, applications, and configuration; electronic and computer equipment hardware and software, and operation of telecommunications broadcasting, switching, and control.
• Ability to work designated schedule as well as maintain attendance and punctuality.
• Intermediate knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principals involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models; familiar with computer-aided design (CAD) drawings.
• Basic knowledge of machines and tools including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.
• Ability to travel (approximately 60-80% of the time) to remote US locations.
• Valid driver’s license; able to meet company safe driving requirements.
• Must be able to secure a US Passport and/or Passport card as required
• Must be able to obtain and maintain both a DoD Secret clearance and DHS Customs and Border Protection (CBP) adjudicated background investigation (BI).

SPECIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
• Must be able to lift a minimum of 60 lbs.
• Must be able to work in indoor and outdoor environments exposed to varying high or low temperatures.
• Must have sufficient physical agility to walk, climb, stand, crawl, and stretch on a continuing basis.
• Must be able to work at moderately high heights up to 60 feet above the ground using bucket trucks, scissor lifts, and ladders.
• Must be able to travel in airplanes to and from destinations on a regular basis
Must be able to identify colors for cable identification and installation purposes

If Interested Please Contact:
Conrad G. Celestial Jr. – President
Unalakleet Investments LLC
Tel: 717-491-9994 / 240-625-6345
Email: conrad.celestial@unaservices.com
Reference: rachel sheaffer – PA Career Link