Under minimal supervision, acts as project Lead on new fiber optic and copper structured cabling work efforts, conducts maintenance and service on a large enterprise cabling plant via work orders, operates associated power and hand tools, and performs cost-effective, waste and error reduction, manages related inventory; is well versed BICSI, ANSI, NEC and common electrical building codes; adheres to Denver Health cabling standards, maintains and adheres to Denver Health safety standards, ceiling standards and infection control standards in patient areas.
Education: High School graduate or GED
Experience: Typically will have 8+ years of experience in installation of cabling & electronic devices associated with: Telecom Systems, TCP/IP Networks, CCTV Security, CATV, Access control & Wireless Systems, Project Lead experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Must have ability to install, terminate & test low voltage cables & fiber optical cables (to include fiber optic fusion splicing, single mode & multi mode fiber optical cables twisted pair cable, RG 6 coax, Heliax 50ohm coax, high pair count solid conductor backbone cable.). Ability to read Blue Prints. Ability to follow written & verbal instructions. Comprehension of terminology pertaining to installation & service of telecom, data, security & wireless systems. Use of small hand tools. Use of power tools. Heavy physical effort (usually lifting/moving up to 100 pounds). Climbing of stairs, ladders, and/or scaffolds. Ability to work from heights such as man lifts, scissor lifts & roof tops utilizing proper fall protection. Carrying of loads up & down stairs. Microsoft Office experience a plus. Ability to use Vendor Specific Software. Customer service skills. Must have color vision and good hearing. Organizational skills.
Certificate/License/Registration: BICSI ITS Technician certification, Systimax certification, A valid drivers license
Denver Health is an integrated, efficient, high-quality academic health care system that is considered a model for the nation. The Denver Health system includes the Rocky Mountain Regional Level I Trauma Center, a 500-bed acute care medical center, Denver’s 911 emergency medical response system, eight family health centers, 13 school-based health centers, the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, the Denver Public Health Department, an HMO, an off-site 100 bed non-medical detoxification unit and The Denver Health Foundation.
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We strongly support diversity in the workforce and Denver Health is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
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