Understands and can install cabling and equipment in accordance with DoD TEMPEST standards, Army guide 3.15 General Cable Specifications, NSTISSI protective distribution system (PDS) installation guideline.
Test cable for signal quality, degradation, throughput, continuity, and availability.
Terminate and splice both copper and fiber optic cable.
Perform cable plant troubleshooting, fabrication and installation to include, CAT 5/6, RJ-11, RJ-45 termination, and advanced fiber optic, media converters, copper/fiber modems repair/troubleshooting procedures.
Primary point of contact for all OSP/ISP installations and construction projects for telecommunications networks and ultimately responsible for all Outside Plant (OSP) and Inside Plant (ISP) project activities and milestone deliverables.
Working in conjunction with other regional OSP/ISP teams, the Network Specialist coordinates and oversees all aspects of projects from proposal development through project completion.
Defines projects based on customer requirements, schedule planning and implementation, budgeting, and quality control of customer deliverables.
Provides leadership and coordination for assigned projects using a team concept.
Attends customer meetings as required and provides status updates to customers and senior management as required.
Provides proactive and complete status updates of projects, operations, and maintenance to the local Site Lead as required.
Coordinates subcontractors, materials, inspectors, tools, and equipment to complete projects on schedule.
Experience operating digger derricks, bucket trucks, personnel lifts, backhoes, and trenching equipment to provide demand maintenance support.
Experience working with DISA Telecommunications Service Orders (TSR/TSO) and able to complete all associated reports/reporting to DISA and other government agencies.
Maintain visibility and accountability of property assigned to the site according to Property Accountability Policies: AR 735-5.
Ability to create, update, inventory, report, and maintain a Prescribed Load Listing (PLL) of mission-critical parts for NEC operations.
Establishes, maintains, and reconciles stock records and other documents such as inventory, material control, accounting, and supply reports using DD forms 2064, 3161, 2062, 1348, and others.
Schedule, track, request, ship, receive, test, and replace Test Measurement and Diagnostics Equipment (TMDE) equipment under the regional NEC support model. Directly coordinating with PBO/Logistics departments to ensure contract compliance and maintain PWS requirements.
Performs remote site customer support/travel, as directed
Maintains Classified Courier Credentials with host AST/S-2/Security offices.
Adheres to the customer standing operating procedures as well as company policies and procedures.
Provides guidance and leadership to less-experienced network personnel.
May serve as a team or task leader. (Not a people manager)
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS (or equivalent experience), 8+ years of experience
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