A Level 4 Lead Installer is responsible for quality installation of equipment in the central office and outside plant environments as specified in engineering instructions and drawings and in accordance with customer standards.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Install, test, and turn up equipment in the Central Office and Outside Plant Environments
Add and/or removal of battery strings (DC Power Only)
Perform additions, removals, and modifications on working equipment and circuits
Participate in all internal and external quality audits, both in-process and final
Add and/or remove circuits on working power distribution equipment
Installation of auxiliary framing and relay racks
On-site analysis of job drawings and specifications to resolve any issues prior to job start
Preparation of SMOP’s and DMOP’s for the project
Function as the point-of-contact for support groups such as engineering, material assignment, etc.
Review the work assignments and project steps (reference the SMOP/DMOP) before each work shift so that all personnel, including contractors, are aware of their roles and responsibilities during the scheduled work tour
Completing the job log as per company standards, including the personnel and hours worked by each; work items completed or in progress; and notable site or project issues
Perform all work with safety in mind and insure that all safety measures are met
Supervise contractors in all fundamental aspects of a power installation to include, but not limited to:
Securing cable (sewing)
Installation of ironwork and cable rack
Floor drilling/equipment mounting
Minimum of 6 years accumulated experience or equivalent as determined by the TC specifications
High school diploma, technical degree preferred
Strong verbal and written customer facing skills
Strong computer skills to include MS Office experience
Experience with complying with all customer standards and paperwork to include JSA, MOP, JIM and job completion forms
Proficient in the use of electronic test equipment\
Mechanical aptitude and proficient use of hand tools including drills, saws, wrenches, etc.
Knowledge of basic safety practices in a construction type environment
Knowledge of basic DC theory especially as it relates to potential difference and characteristics of current flow.
Knowledge of basic battery operation
Knowledge of basic AC electrical practices. Especially as related to branch circuitry.