Under immediate supervision, operate tools and equipment required to install, repair, and maintain copper and fiber optic cabling, associated media, and related infrastructure.
2-4 years of experience required. Demonstrate an understanding of Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) / Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) standards and appropriate Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI) certifications.
1. Able to walk, climb up and down ladders and ship stairways, bend, stoop, lift and carry equipment weighing 50 pounds or less.
2. Assist in providing connectivity to either the NMCI network or legacy network.
3. Perform staging, delivery, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, de-installation and movement of equipment, and disassembly and reassembly of components and systems for each move (installing/removing cable/fiber, connections)
4. Install NMCI infrastructure cabling to allow for quick removal of cables in the event of an emergency or where permanent infrastructure is not possible
5. Provide NMCI field services and infrastructure support for ship and barge moves within the shipyard organization and moves within their assigned buildings and spaces.
6. Conserve and re-use materials where practical.
7. Provide flexibility in response to planned requirement changes and emergencies in order to support the critical Fleet maintenance and operational requirements
8. Monthly reports will include WFS switch inventory, bi-weekly hours expended per labor code, tasks planned, in process or completed by project
9. Possess basic hand tools to meet the requirements outlined within this Waterfront Support service.