Communication Technician

Location: Mays Landing, NJ, United States
Organization: Atlantic City Electric Co
Job ID: 222925
Date Posted: Nov 15, 2019

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Job Description

Description

Under direct or general supervision regularly and customarily performs work on radio communication equipment and other electronic devices. This includes such work as the following illustrative duties, together with other related and incidental work:

1. Installs and places in proper operating condition, tests, adjusts, maintains and repairs all radio communication equipment.

2. Installs and places in proper operating condition, tests, adjusts, maintains and repairs supervisory power line carrier, microwave and electronic control equipment, (RTU, Network Transport systems, fiber optic Sonet, MPLS and other network and SCADA systems).

3. May assist Supervisor of Communications in making studies and calculations relative to the operation of communication equipment and other electronic devices.

4. Prepares diagrams relative to electronic circuits and other special studies and tests as required.

5. Performs necessary clerical work incidental to the job.

6. Directs the work of and instructs others who, upon occasion, may be assigned to assist him.

7. Operates automotive equipment.

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent, plus additional technical training equivalent to at least 6 credit hours related to communication equipment, including but not limited to the following: communication equipment and related equipment; telecommunication systems and networks with related equipment (or equivalent experience).
Experience demonstrating skill installing, testing, adjusting, maintaining, troubleshooting, and/or repairing communication equipment down to the component level (e.g., trunked radio, conventional radio, transmitters, receivers, SCADA, System Control Center Instrumentation, microwave and associated network, substation alarm monitoring, telephone and full data circuits, power line carrier, transfer trip, peaking units, digital fault recorders, multiple address system, fiber optics, channel banks/multiplexers, Ethernet networking, SONET transport).
Experience demonstrating skill performing complex testing, analysis and troubleshooting of equipment using analog and digital test equipment.
Experience demonstrating skill interpreting complex construction and manufacturers' drawings and manuals (for example, electrical/electronic wiring and schematic diagrams).
Experience demonstrating skill performing calculations relative to the operation of communication equipment and other electronic devices.
Experience demonstrating skill performing basic math (such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division).
Experience demonstrating skill operating automotive equipment such as automobiles, vans, or light trucks.
Experience demonstrating skill performing administrative/paperwork tasks and documenting details of field conditions, maintenance, and repairs of equipment.
Experience demonstrating skill using PC-based diagramming software and technical application software (for example, to install, program, maintain, and/or troubleshoot equipment).
Ability and willingness to travel to various company and off-site locations.
Ability and willingness to work non-standard and extended hours, rotating shifts, overtime, weekends, holidays and during system emergencies as required.
Ability and willingness to wear and use safety equipment as required by Federal, State, Local and Company regulations.
Ability and willingness to perform both indoor and outdoor tasks for extended periods of time (for example, lifting up to 50 pounds, bending, twisting, kneeling, crawling, pulling/pushing, standing, walking, and squatting).
Required - FFC License for radio communications 

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