Cable Infrastructure O&M Lead (Tysons)
Duties will include coaxial cable and fiber infrastructure design, upgrades, installation and maintenance for the existing cable plant. Support for Enterprise Legacy RF CATV Distribution as well as newer QAM/DTV Solutions.
These positions will require considerable experience in the design, installation, and maintenance of cable plants of varying architectures, age, and technologies. This will include both copper and fiber technologies. A thorough working knowledge of reading blueprints, specifications and system documentation. Experience in commonly used installation, termination, testing procedures and standards. Knowledge of associated hardware, equipment and specifications as they pertain to Network Topologies and/or Telecommunication Voice/Data Systems.
Required Skills, Experience, and Education: Candidate must have a total of 10 years of applicable experience. The experience can be a combination of degree and work history. This can be a High School degree and 10 years of work history OR an Associate's and 8 years, a Bachelors' and 6 years, a Masters and 4 years or a PhD and 0 years of work history.
Must have technical experience in commonly used installation, termination, testing procedures and standards. Knowledge of associated hardware, equipment and specifications as they pertain to Network Topologies and/or Telecommunication Voice/Data Systems. Provide team leadership, In-Depth knowledge of termination equipment, methodologies, and splicing techniques. Areas of knowledge must also include: physical ability to lift 50 pounds, cable termination, testing, cable rack preparation, layout and installation, and documentation.
Must have the following certification: BICCSI, CATV Head End, Exfo/Tberd, Fusion Splice, OTDR.
Required Clearance: TS/SCI with Polygraph.
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