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Crewforce has an agreement with CWA where we can provide Low-Voltage Installers and Structured Cabling Installers with CWA cards anywhere in the nation.
Cable pullers must be able to perform the physical demands of wiring a building, navigating small spaces and lifting equipment.
Cable Tech I’s should have at least one year of experience performing jack terminations.
Cable Tech II’s should have 3+ years of experience performing jack terminations in a commercial new construction setting.
Cable Tech III’s should have 4+ years of experience and be familiar with IDF & MDF construction.
Lead Techs should possess the ability to lead small crews of wiring installers while performing the installation work also.
Project Managers should have the ability to manage several jobs simultaneously, from conception to completion.
Operations Managers will be able to oversee a large territory, including branch operations and finance.
Estimators should be proficient with the creation of RFPs, providing quotes and performing job walks.
Registered Communications Distribution Design Engineer should have the proper registration and credentials in addition to extensive understanding of computer-aided design work experience.
BICSI-certified Installers will possess the proper registration and credentials in addition to 5+ years of experience in the field.
Cisco Engineers will possess one or more Cisco certifications (i.e. CCNA, CCNP) in addition to several years of experience troubleshooting and/or programming switches and routers.
Telecom Design Engineers should have several years of experience creating the blueprints for MDFs and IDFs.
Electrical Engineers should have experience drafting and designing high-voltage systems for a commercial setting.
Drafters and designers will have experience in civil and commercial application of AutoCAD 2000-2013.
Copper splicers should be able to splice and test all types, sizes and gauges of existing and newly constructed PIC and Paper insulated, color-coded and non-color coded cables.
Fiber splicers should be able to operate tools and test equipment, including Fusion splicer, cleaver, fiber prep tools, OTDR, and test, activate, and troubleshoot fiber links after installation.
I & R technicians should have the ability to install and repair POTS is required and ability to troubleshoot and repair network issues in PIC cable. DSL experience is strongly preferred.
The OSP Engineer is responsible for design, field notes, pricing and drafting of both copper and fiber cable facilities and familiar with general permitting requirements for county and city agencies.
• Structured Cabling Contractors
• Electrical Contractors
• LECs
• Central Office Installation Contractors
• Outside Plant Contractors


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