SRI Telecom
  • Duffield, VA, USA
  • 20+
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Full competitive health and benefits package


This is a temporary 3 month position.

You will be pre-wiring cabinets with power, RF and Fiber to serve the wireless and broadband industry.

Knowledge of stripping power cables (romex/stranded), RF F-connectors, Fiber cleaning is a must.

The below job description is a summary of all the skills for these types of roles but the basics are mentioned on the line above.


SRI Telecom is a fast growing, fast paced integration services company seeking a Inside Plane Cable Technician/Installer with relevant experience to join the team. SRI is an employee-oriented workplace offering stability, competitive salary, benefits, and room for growth. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, self-motivated, and a skilled problem solver.

SRI is a leading network integration services company serving all major network communications segments nationally including Cable MSO, Telecom Central Office, Wireless, Broadcast, and Data Center. SRI provides a full array of network integration services including surveys, audits, engineering, installation, procurement, test and turn-up, and staffing.

SRI Telecom is seeking an experienced Inside Plane Technician/Installer in the broadband industry. These positions are nation wide and there is possible travel involved. This job is focused on by the skill level below.

Job Description Based On Skill Level

1.1.1 Skill Level 1

  • Experience, Requirements and Responsibilities:
  • A new technician or technician returning after 2 years' of non-telecommunications related work
  • Be capable to perform industry leading quality integration services and customer support that exceed customer expectations
  • Be capable to take direct supervision, instruction, and on the job training from a Skill Level 3 or 4 Technician
  • Be capable of performing the following work operations / job activities:
  • Identifying various types of installation tools, their applications, and safe usage
  • General aptitude in mechanical / electrical assembly
  • Addition or removal of non-powered or passive equipment / hardware as directed
  • Not perform Skill Level 2 or above work operations / job activities unless properly supervised
  • Not progress to Skill Level 2 without a minimum of 1.5 years' experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Assessment must be performed by an Operations Manager, Skill Level 4 Technician, or Instructor using GR-1275-CORE as a reference guide

1.1.2 Skill Level 2

  • Experience, Requirements and Responsibilities:
  • Have a minimum of 1.5 years' experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Be capable to perform industry leading quality integration services and customer support that exceed customer expectations
  • Be capable to take direct supervision, instruction, and on the job training from a Skill Level 3 or 4 Technician
  • Be capable of performing the following work operations / job activities:
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 1 work operations / job activities including:
  • Identifying various types of installation tools, their applications, and safe usage
  • General aptitude in mechanical / electrical assembly
  • Addition or removal of non-powered or passive equipment / hardware as directed
  • Cabinet / Rack installation
  • Cable Management installation including:
  • Ironwork
  • Cable Rack
  • Fiber Duct
  • Equipment racking and grounding
  • Cable lacing
  • Alarm / Coax / Ethernet cable installation, dressing, and connectorization
  • Addition or removal of wiring and connections on non-working equipment / hardware only
  • Cable continuity testing
  • Basic DC power installation
  • Not perform Skill Level 3 or above work operations / job activities unless properly supervised
  • Not progress to Skill Level 3 without a minimum of 2 years experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Assessment must be performed by an Operations Manager, Skill Level 4 Technician, or Instructor using GR-1275-CORE as a reference guide

1.1.3 Skill Level 3

  • Experience, Requirements and Responsibilities:
  • Have a minimum of 2 years experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Be capable to perform industry leading quality integration services and customer support that exceed customer expectations
  • Be capable of performing as Lead Technician
  • Be capable of performing the following work operations / job activities:
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 1 work operations / job activities including:
  • Identifying various types of installation tools, their applications, and safe usage
  • General aptitude in mechanical / electrical assembly
  • Addition or removal of non-powered or passive equipment / hardware as directed
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 2 work operations / job activities including:
  • Cabinet / Rack installation
  • Cable Management installation including:
  • Ironwork
  • Cable Rack
  • Fiber Duct
  • Equipment racking and grounding
  • Cable lacing
  • Alarm / Coax / Ethernet cable installation, dressing, and connectorization
  • Addition or removal of wiring and connections on non-working equipment / hardware only
  • Cable continuity testing
  • Basic DC power installation (non power transitioning functions)
  • Analysis of job documentation
  • Situational understanding of job at hand and awareness to plan accordingly
  • Provide work assignments to Skill Level 1 and 2 technicians
  • Prepare a Method of Procedure (MOP)
  • Resolve issues with job documentation
  • Reporting and final quality inspection
  • Not perform Skill Level 4 or above work operations / job activities unless properly supervised
  • Not progress to Skill Level 4 without a minimum of 4 years experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Assessment must be performed by an Operations Manager, Skill Level 4 Technician, or Instructor using GR-1275-CORE as a reference guide

1.1.4 Skill Level 4

  • Experience, Requirements and Responsibilities:
  • Have a minimum of 3 years experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Be capable to perform industry leading quality integration services and customer support that exceed customer expectations
  • Be capable of performing as Field Manager
  • Be capable of performing the following work operations / job activities:
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 1 work operations / job activities including:
  • Identifying various types of installation tools, their applications, and safe usage
  • General aptitude in mechanical / electrical assembly
  • Addition or removal of non-powered or passive equipment / hardware as directed
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 2 work operations / job activities including:
  • Cabinet / Rack installation
  • Cable Management installation including:
  • Ironwork
  • Cable Rack
  • Fiber Duct
  • Equipment racking and grounding
  • Cable lacing
  • Alarm / Coax / Ethernet cable installation, dressing, and connectorization
  • Addition or removal of wiring and connections on non-working equipment / hardware only
  • Cable continuity testing
  • Basic DC power installation
  • Proficiency in Skill Level 3 work operations / job activities including:
  • Secondary DC Power installation (designated as power runs between BDFB and End Device)
  • Primary DC Power installation (designated as power runs between PDU and BDFB) under the direct supervision of a Primary DC power certified higher level technician
  • Analysis of job documentation
  • Situational understanding of job at hand and awareness to plan accordingly
  • Provide work assignments to Skill Level 1 and 2 technicians
  • Prepare a Method of Procedure (MOP)
  • Resolve issues with job documentation
  • Reporting and final quality inspection
  • Signal or circuit modifications
  • Software additions or upgrades
  • Equipment / hardware testing and turn-up
  • Engineering and Design capabilities
  • Advanced equipment installation, configuration, and turn-up certifications that may include primary DC power, OEM, PMP, etc.
  • Secondary DC Power installation (designated as power runs between BDFB and End Device)
  • Primary DC Power installation (designated as power runs between PDU and BDFB) under the direct supervision of a Primary DC power certified higher level technician
  • Power transition work
  • Addition or removal of batteries
  • Addition or removal of circuits on working power distribution sources
  • Not perform Skill Level 4 or above work operations / job activities unless properly supervised
  • Not progress to Skill Level 4 without a minimum of 4 years experience or documented equivalent proficiency, as determined by the Operations Management
  • Assessment must be performed by an Operations Manager, Skill Level 4 Technician, or Instructor using Telcordia GR-1275-CORE as a reference guide

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