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Job Locations US-WA-Ephrata
Senior Field Engineers are responsible for the organization of field collection efforts and the distribution of field data to Design Engineers. This position serves as on-site trainers and mentors to Junior Field Engineers and Field Engineering Technicians. Personnel holding the title Senior Field Engineer may be called upon as engineering project managers or lead project engineers to facilitate the organization and prompt completion of engineering projects.   - Verify route to be surveyed and identify needed utility poles and underground routes. - Field data collection of utility poles and underground routes(IKE GPS & Collector for ArcGIS). - Conduct make-ready evaluation and review pole load analysis of utility poles. - Identify permits and easements to be acquired.  - Field verification of design, QC design for constructability. - Field visits to homeowners to acquire easement permission; forward easement information to Lands Specialist. - Assist in preparing permits and forward field data to Lands Specialist. - ID areas containing Service Drops spliced directly to Network Access Points (NAPs) and document per client requirements.  - Inspect anchor locations and compile log.  - Stake extents of Rights of Way and Public Utility Easements along underground routes for construction. - Assist in development and upkeep of project trackers.
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-4385
Workplace Type
Hybrid
Job Locations US-WA-Vancouver | US-OR-Portland
North Sky Communications, a subsidiary of Dycom Industries, is a General Contractor specializing in installing telecommunications, joint-trench, power, and transportation systems as well as other customer-specific infrastructure systems throughout Oregon, Washington, and Northern California.  We are currently hiring a DOT Driver File Compliance Coordinator reporting to the DOT Driver File Compliance Manager.  This position will office in Vancouver, WA and will support field locations within Oregon, Washington, and California.   The DOT Driver File Compliance Coordinator will provide support to our field locations to ensure all Driver Files (DQ Files) and related DOT files are up-to-date and in compliance, as well as other administrative support. - At the direction of the Dot Driver File Compliance Manager, ensure compliance with all Department of Transportation regulations by maintaining all files for both CDL and non CDL drivers,  and all required training records in accordance with FMCSR.     - Conduct periodic self-auditing of driver files and records to ensure compliance.  Track all driver credentials and assist in annual driver review process.    - Coordinate and schedule DOT Random Drug/BAT Tests - Submit queries in Clearinghouse.
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-4130
Workplace Type
Hybrid
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Primary responsibilities include ability to splice/test/repair cables/wires in both indoor and outdoor settings, read, create and maintain splicing diagrams, maintain activities surrounding the assigned work site(s), and taking splicing field notes.    Responsibilities:  - Performs tasks associated with the electronic upgrade and splicing of cable  - Test, activate, and troubleshoot equipment after installation - Basic daily maintenance of provided vehicle: check fluids, clean and organize vehicle - Self-supervise all operations to ensure that all splicing operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications.  - Safely operate and use bucket truck to complete daily construction assignments as needed (potentially climb poles) - Field train and control/oversee the work of other Splicers when necessary. - Complete daily production reports, mark-up maps, keep track of work hours, complete "as-built maps" for areas built and track daily production - Reconcile all issued parts and materials on a daily basis to ensure accurate material usage counts.  - Frequently work independently - Other splicing related duties as assigned
Category
Splicing
ID
2022-4023
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Foreman will maintain, clear and trim around telecommunication systems. The tree trimming foreman will be responsible for clearing/trimming areas on both pre and post- construction sites. Primary responsibilities would be trimming trees, clearing brush, and general utility line clearance.   - Trimming and pruning trees, clearing brush and vegetation. - Perform general maintenance and clearance around telecommunications lines. - Operate equipment and tools used for tree trimming.  - Supervise, manage and train your reporting employee(s). - Perform trimming duties, including pushing or pulling tree limbs while up in the air. - Reads and interprets work orders, specifications, engineering drawings and/or cut sheets to determine work to be done in sequence of task. - Operates power equipment such as boom trucks, brush/stump chippers; uses power tools, hand tools, chain saws, hydraulic tree trimming saws, rakes and aerial man lifts. - Responds to and participates in emergency and outage situations as needed.  - Ensures that all work considers the safety of the customer and general public and compliance with all governmental orders. - Complete daily production reports and required documentation.Occasionally assist on other underground or aerial crews as needed.  - General knowledge on how to repair and maintain major cable systems and structures; knowledge of telecom emergencies or hazards.
Category
Other
ID
2022-3904
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Molalla | US-OR-Salem
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-3903
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Molalla | US-OR-Salem
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Other
ID
2022-3902
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Molalla | US-OR-Salem
Laborer duties will include general labor duties related to telecommunications construction  as directed by the Foreman/Supervisor. Experienced telecommunications or construction experience a plus. Must have CDL Class A License.   Responsibilities: - All phases of underground construction include but are not limited to: Loading, driving, delivery, digging, removal and placement of various types, sizes and weight of construction materials and equipment - Hand dig using shovel, mechanical tools - Install and maintenance of underground telecommunications cabling - Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) - Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery - Working in congested or remote areas - Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects  to ensure safe coordination of movement - Perform general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor - Flagging, property or worksite restoration  - Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations, procedures and policies
Category
Construction
ID
2022-3901
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Kent | US-WA-Tacoma | US-WA-Seattle
Primary responsibilities include ability to lead and manage current team of splicers. This includes splicing/testing/repairing cables/wires in both indoor and outdoor settings, read, create and maintain splicing diagrams, maintain activities surrounding the assigned work site(s), and taking splicing field notes.    Responsibilities:  - Coach, lead and mentor current team of splicers - Train crew on various types of equipment and and tools - Supervision of construction and/or splicing crews, familiarity with instruments used to splice, test and/or run trouble on outside plant fiber cabling, and knowledge of management reporting fundamentals - Performs tasks associated with the electronic upgrade and splicing of cable  - Safely operate and use bucket truck to complete daily constructi - Basic daily maintenance of provided vehicle: check fluids, clean and organize vehicle - Self-supervise all operations to ensure that all splicing operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications. on assignments as needed (potentially climb poles) - Field train and control/oversee the work of other Splicers when necessary. - Complete daily production reports, mark-up maps, keep track of work hours, complete "as-built maps" for areas built and track daily production - Reconcile all issued parts and materials on a daily basis to ensure accurate material usage counts.  - Other splicing related duties as assigned
Category
Splicing
ID
2022-3670
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
We are currently seeking an experienced Field Engineer I or II, responsible for field inspections pre and post-construction for telecom fiber cable work throughout the Oregon Coast and other Oregon regions.   This position uses IKE GPS  and GIS Collector application to correctly collect and label filed survey information. This  information is forwarded to Design Engineers and CAD Drafters to aid in design efforts. Field  Engineering Technicians are responsible for accurately recording all terrain and landscape  challenges to the deployment of aerial and underground utilities using the IKE GPS device and  GIS Collector Application.     Field Engineer Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to): - Field data collection of utility poles and underground routes(IKE GPS & Collector for ArcGIS). - Field visits to homeowners to acquire easement permission; forward easement  information to Lands Specialist. - Inspect anchor locations, compile log and call out locates as needed. - Assist in upkeep of project trackers.
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-3653
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
North Sky Communications is hiring a Drafter to assist with engineering efforts. This position will review field data, and design proposals, to produce construction drawings using AutoCAD.   Specific tasks may include: - Interpret field notes regarding existing telecommunication infrastructure and equipment.  - Interpret design proposals of telecommunications projects both outside plant (OSP) and inside plant (ISP).  - Obtain available records of underground utilities, right-of-way, and utility easements.  - Create construction drawings of design proposals using AutoCAD templates.   - Create construction drawing redlines using PDF editor.  - Manage electronic project files in a file sharing environment.  - Use standard production software such as Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel.
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-3652
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Primary responsibilities include ability to splice/test/repair cables/wires in both indoor and outdoor settings, read, create and maintain splicing diagrams, maintain activities surrounding the assigned work site(s), and taking splicing field notes.    Responsibilities:  - Performs tasks associated with the electronic upgrade and splicing of cable  - Test, activate, and troubleshoot equipment after installation - Basic daily maintenance of provided vehicle: check fluids, clean and organize vehicle - Self-supervise all operations to ensure that all splicing operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications.  - Safely operate and use bucket truck to complete daily construction assignments as needed (potentially climb poles) - Field train and control/oversee the work of other Splicers when necessary. - Complete daily production reports, mark-up maps, keep track of work hours, complete "as-built maps" for areas built and track daily production - Reconcile all issued parts and materials on a daily basis to ensure accurate material usage counts.  - Frequently work independently - Other splicing related duties as assigned
Category
Splicing
ID
2022-3626
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-West Stayton
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-3446
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-West Stayton
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Construction
ID
2022-3444
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath | US-OR-Corvallis
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-3443
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath
Foreman duties will include directing general labor duties related to telecommunications construction as directed by the Supervisor. Candidate must be capable of working with people, motivating and directing work activities to meet goals and deadlines and maintain a safe work environment. We offer competitive pay and an extensive benefits package.   Responsibilities:  - Train or arrange for training of team members - Supervise workers and projects - Recommend personnel actions - Establish methods to meet work schedules and work activity timelines - Ensure health and safety regulations are followed - Coordinate and schedule work activities - Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve - Other duties as assigned - Travel to work sites
Category
Construction
ID
2022-3442
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-3441
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath | US-OR-Corvallis
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Construction
ID
2022-3439
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Construction
ID
2022-3358
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-ID-Rathdrum
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-3323
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-West Stayton | US-OR-Salem | US-OR-Eugene | US-OR-Corvallis
Competitve industry wages starting between $20 - $27 DOE.   Home Installers are the face of our company.  North Sky is currently looking for motivated individuals with a high attention to detail and excellent customer relations skills for in home installation. Experience preferred but not required.    - Installs, disconnects, reconnects, adds, changes, and troubleshoots cable TV, internet, telephone and/or alarm equipment in accordance with guidelines - Uses small hand tools, power tools, and test equipment. Ensures that service operates within prescribed parameters - Wire technician experience - Attempts to identify and remedy sources of customer-perceived problems - Drives company vehicle between home/office, warehouse, and work sites in a safe and courteous manner - Cleans, maintains, and stocks vehicle and equipment in order to be prepared to perform required duties - Completes paperwork accurately, and reports and records work order status updates - Knowledge of coax, CAT5, fiber optic installation a plus - Greet customers in the home while conducting walk thru - Reviews all requested services with the customer in order to ensure understanding and agreement - Interacts with customers in a professional, courteous manner including when responding to escalations and repeated customer concerns - Provide customer education regarding product and service usage
Category
Technician
ID
2022-3226
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Lacey | US-WA-Seattle | US-WA-Tacoma | US-WA-Tumwater
Competitve industry wages starting between $21 - $30 DOE.   Tower Technician Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports - Safely working in ALL environments - Show up on time every day, ready to rock and roll - Basic use of hand tools and equipment - Able to identify hazards associated with the construction industry - Ability to climb and work at heights 10’– 300’ - Able to lift 60+ lbs. - Work closely with your team and follow instructions - Travel when required: Oregon, Washington - Travel is arranged and paid for by our travel planner
Category
Technician
ID
2022-3221
Workplace Type
Remote
Job Locations US-WA-Lacey | US-WA-Seattle | US-WA-Tumwater | US-WA-Tacoma
Competitve industry wages starting between $30 - $40 DOE.   Tower Foreman Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports - Safely working in ALL environments - Show up on time every day, ready to rock and roll - Basic use of hand tools and equipment - Able to identify hazards associated with the construction industry - Ability to climb and work at heights 10’– 300’ - Able to lift 60+ lbs. - Work closely with your team and follow instructions - Travel when required: Oregon, Washington - Travel is arranged and paid for by our travel planner
Category
Technician
ID
2022-3218
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Spokane Valley
Competitve industry wages starting between $30 - $40 DOE.   Tower Foreman Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports - Safely working in ALL environments - Show up on time every day, ready to rock and roll - Basic use of hand tools and equipment - Able to identify hazards associated with the construction industry - Ability to climb and work at heights 10’– 300’ - Able to lift 60+ lbs. - Work closely with your team and follow instructions - Travel when required: Oregon, Washington - Travel is arranged and paid for by our travel planner
Category
Technician
ID
2022-2989
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Spokane Valley
Overview The Warehouse Technician will be responsible for assisting in the upkeep of the shop and warehouse and general repair and maintenance of fleet vehicles and equipment.  A Commercial driver's license is REQUIRED for this position.   Warehouse Technician Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Pick up material items and transport to designated locations. - Spot checks on inventory weekly to ensure accuracy - Performing deliveries to the crews in the field as necessary - Possess a valid Driver’s license (class "A" preferred) - Moving vehicles safely between job and work area - Communicating professionally with customers, team members, and supervisors - Actively participating in safety or educational training as required - Possess a valid CDL A - preferred - Capable of working in all temperatures, climates, and weather conditions - Must have basic Excel and Word skills, with the ability to grow - Willingness to work shifts as assigned, including daily overtime when necessary - Able to perform the essential functions required in this position for the entire assigned shift - Must be able to pass background and drug screen - Receive, inspect, store, and secure all supplies and materials when delivered. - Maintain a stock issue and control system that will account for and track all materials used in our construction process. Assist warehouse staff when needed with the following tasks: - Receive, inspect, store and secure all supplies and materials when delivered.  - Set-up a stock issue and control system that will account for and track all materials used in our construction process. - Maintain all received inventory in an organized and efficient manner. - Assign and account for all materials issued to work crews on a daily basis. - Maintain a “shelf stock” of parts, tools and any other job required supplies. - Conduct a complete physical inventory each month that will account for all materials stored, received and issued from the warehouse and yard. - Maintain material usage logs/spreadsheets to comply with our customer’s usage and tracking systems. - Assist in the management, maintenance and upkeep of fleet tools and equipment assigned to the project
Category
Warehouse & Materials
ID
2022-2988
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-2970
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Laborer duties will include general labor duties related to telecommunications construction  as directed by the Foreman/Supervisor. Experienced telecommunications or construction experience a plus. Must have CDL Class A License.   Responsibilities: - All phases of underground construction include but are not limited to: Loading, driving, delivery, digging, removal and placement of various types, sizes and weight of construction materials and equipment - Hand dig using shovel, mechanical tools - Install and maintenance of underground telecommunications cabling - Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) - Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery - Working in congested or remote areas - Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects  to ensure safe coordination of movement - Perform general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor - Flagging, property or worksite restoration  - Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations, procedures and policies
Category
Construction
ID
2022-2969
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-West Stayton
Laborer duties will include general labor duties related to telecommunications construction  as directed by the Foreman/Supervisor. Experienced telecommunications or construction experience a plus. Must have CDL Class A License.   Responsibilities: - All phases of underground construction include but are not limited to: Loading, driving, delivery, digging, removal and placement of various types, sizes and weight of construction materials and equipment - Hand dig using shovel, mechanical tools - Install and maintenance of underground telecommunications cabling - Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) - Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery - Working in congested or remote areas - Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects  to ensure safe coordination of movement - Perform general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor - Flagging, property or worksite restoration  - Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations, procedures and policies
Category
Construction
ID
2022-2884
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Position consists of general heavy equipment operation for construction.  Drilling equipment operators can operate a variety of equipment, used in installation/repair/maintenance activities associated with underground construction or utilities, in a safe and effective manner.   Responsibilities: - Safely operates drill equipment on jobsite which may include but not limited to the following: Directional Drill, Backhoe / Excavator, Skid Steer, Tractor Trailer (Moving Equipment / Haul Water), Vacuum Truck/Trailer   - Restores and/or landscapes disturbed areas of the jobsite - Will develop and maintain a bore schedule  - Responsible for the site set-up and clean-up - Load and unload tools, materials and equipment on truck - Will be involved in new site Job Safety Analysis – JSA prior to starting construction - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones and safety barriers and at times flagging traffic - May be required to work overtime; after hours; on weekends, for emergencies or be on-call as work is needed to ensure work is completed - Ability to follow instructions 
Category
Operator
ID
2022-2883
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Warehouse Technician will be responsible for assisting in the upkeep of the shop and warehouse and general repair and maintenance of fleet vehicles and equipment.  A Commercial driver's license is REQUIRED for this position.   Warehouse Technician Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Pick up material items and transport to designated locations. - Spot checks on inventory weekly to ensure accuracy - Performing deliveries to the crews in the field as necessary - Possess a valid Driver’s license (class "A" preferred) - Moving vehicles safely between job and work area - Communicating professionally with customers, team members, and supervisors - Actively participating in safety or educational training as required - Possess a valid CDL A - preferred - Capable of working in all temperatures, climates, and weather conditions - Must have basic Excel and Word skills, with the ability to grow - Willingness to work shifts as assigned, including daily overtime when necessary - Able to perform the essential functions required in this position for the entire assigned shift - Must be able to pass background and drug screen - Receive, inspect, store, and secure all supplies and materials when delivered. - Maintain a stock issue and control system that will account for and track all materials used in our construction process. Assist warehouse staff when needed with the following tasks: - Receive, inspect, store and secure all supplies and materials when delivered.  - Set-up a stock issue and control system that will account for and track all materials used in our construction process. - Maintain all received inventory in an organized and efficient manner. - Assign and account for all materials issued to work crews on a daily basis. - Maintain a “shelf stock” of parts, tools and any other job required supplies. - Conduct a complete physical inventory each month that will account for all materials stored, received and issued from the warehouse and yard. - Maintain material usage logs/spreadsheets to comply with our customer’s usage and tracking systems. - Assist in the management, maintenance and upkeep of fleet tools and equipment assigned to the project
Category
Warehouse & Materials
ID
2022-2802
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Tualatin | US-OR-Portland | US-OR-Salem
Competitve industry wages starting between $30 - $40 DOE.   Tower Foreman Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports - Safely working in ALL environments - Show up on time every day, ready to rock and roll - Basic use of hand tools and equipment - Able to identify hazards associated with the construction industry - Ability to climb and work at heights 10’– 300’ - Able to lift 60+ lbs. - Work closely with your team and follow instructions - Travel when required: Oregon, Washington - Travel is arranged and paid for by our travel planner
Category
Technician
ID
2022-2632
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Mechanics perform preventative maintenance and repairs on various types of heavy construction equipment to ensure efficient operation.  The mechanic is responsible for repairing and maintaining gasoline/diesel powered automotive and heavy equipment along with the individual components associated with the equipment.   Qualified candidate must be able to exercise independent judgment as to work methods, tools and equipment required.  Work is reviewed through proper functioning and performance of equipment repaired.   Mechanic Job Duties: - Inspects, repairs and maintains diesel trucks and equipment ranging from a pick-up truck up to Class 8 vehicle.  - Repairs and maintains all ground engaging equipment. - Performs incidental welding operations on equipment. - Maintains maintenance records for all equipment including:  service records, parts and repair costs, service schedules and inspections; - Performs 8-10 repair orders per day including but not limited to routine maintenance and oil changes on fleet. - Performs 90-day BIT inspections on equipment.
Category
Mechanic
ID
2022-2615
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Foreman duties will include directing general labor duties related to telecommunications construction as directed by the Supervisor. Candidate must be capable of working with people, motivating and directing work activities to meet goals and deadlines and maintain a safe work environment. We offer competitive pay and an extensive benefits package.   Responsibilities:  - Train or arrange for training of team members - Supervise workers and projects - Recommend personnel actions - Establish methods to meet work schedules and work activity timelines - Ensure health and safety regulations are followed - Coordinate and schedule work activities - Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve - Other duties as assigned - Travel to work sites
Category
Construction
ID
2022-2489
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Kent
The Billing Coordinator will provide billing and administrative support to the Project Managers.   This position is responsible for performing tasks related to Billing, Payroll, Purchase Orders, Project Tracking, and other related items.    Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):  - Work with all levels of management to learn  and assist in developing procedures to ensure timely billing and reporting - Review and verify billing reconciliations, reports and required forms to ensure timely and accurate completion - Verify accurate revenue recognition on assigned jobs - Comply with all internal controls in the performance of specific job duties - Resolve complex invoicing issues - Review project files and billing log report for compliance with company and department policy
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-2479
Workplace Type
Office-Based
Job Locations US-WA-Kent
  Successful Lineman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.    Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-2305
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Successful Lineman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.    Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-2303
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Laborer duties will include general labor duties related to telecommunications construction  as directed by the Foreman/Supervisor. Experienced telecommunications or construction experience a plus. Must have CDL Class A License.   Responsibilities: - All phases of underground construction include but are not limited to: Loading, driving, delivery, digging, removal and placement of various types, sizes and weight of construction materials and equipment - Hand dig using shovel, mechanical tools - Install and maintenance of underground telecommunications cabling - Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) - Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery - Working in congested or remote areas - Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects  to ensure safe coordination of movement - Perform general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor - Flagging, property or worksite restoration  - Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations, procedures and policies
Category
Construction
ID
2022-2301
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood | US-OR-Salem | US-OR-West Stayton | US-OR-Portland
Successful Lineman/Groundsman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.   Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-2279
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-ID-Rathdrum
Mechanics perform preventative maintenance and repairs on various types of heavy construction equipment to ensure efficient operation.  The mechanic is responsible for repairing and maintaining gasoline/diesel powered automotive and heavy equipment along with the individual components associated with the equipment.   Qualified candidate must be able to exercise independent judgment as to work methods, tools and equipment required.  Work is reviewed through proper functioning and performance of equipment repaired.   Mechanic Job Duties: - Inspects, repairs and maintains diesel trucks and equipment ranging from a pick-up truck up to Class 8 vehicle.  - Repairs and maintains all ground engaging equipment. - Performs incidental welding operations on equipment. - Maintains maintenance records for all equipment including:  service records, parts and repair costs, service schedules and inspections; - Performs 8-10 repair orders per day including but not limited to routine maintenance and oil changes on fleet. - Performs 90-day BIT inspections on equipment.
Category
Mechanic
ID
2022-2111
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath
Primary responsibilities include ability to splice/test/repair cables/wires in both indoor and outdoor settings, read, create and maintain splicing diagrams, maintain activities surrounding the assigned work site(s), and taking splicing field notes.    Responsibilities:  - Performs tasks associated with the electronic upgrade and splicing of cable  - Test, activate, and troubleshoot equipment after installation - Basic daily maintenance of provided vehicle: check fluids, clean and organize vehicle - Self-supervise all operations to ensure that all splicing operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications.  - Safely operate and use bucket truck to complete daily construction assignments as needed (potentially climb poles) - Field train and control/oversee the work of other Splicers when necessary. - Complete daily production reports, mark-up maps, keep track of work hours, complete "as-built maps" for areas built and track daily production - Reconcile all issued parts and materials on a daily basis to ensure accurate material usage counts.  - Frequently work independently - Other splicing related duties as assigned
Category
Splicing
ID
2022-2053
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Kent
The Foreman/Operator is responsible for completion of underground/aerial construction related activities while ensuring compliance with all code and safety regulations.   Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports
Category
Operator
ID
2022-1985
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Kent
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Other
ID
2022-1984
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Kent
Successful Lineman/Groundsman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.    Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-1893
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Coos Bay
The construction manager will plan and oversee all field activities including determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment needs, and work schedule.  It is their responsibility to make sure that projects are completed on schedule, within budget, and in a way that is safe and follows federal, state and local agency regulatory requirements. MUST have Telecommunications Experience.   Essential Functions: - Scheduling - Review and interpret proposal drawings and specifications - Ensure timely procurement and delivery of materials to job site - Lead and direct daily activities of Foremen, Operators and Laborers - Supervise inspections of projects - Investigate complaints and take appropriate action to correct deficiencies - Help resolve contract disputes and arrange any necessary order changes - Work with contractors to complete project within the given budget and time frame - Assist with Estimating - May operate various equipment as needed (i.e. trencher, bore machine, backhoe, jackhammer, etc) - Communicate with customers, vendors, employees, and public agencies - Assigned company vehicle. Drives to remote job sites daily
Category
Construction
ID
2022-1871
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-WA-Spokane Valley
Competitve industry wages starting between $21 - $30 DOE.   Tower Technician Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to): - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports - Safely working in ALL environments - Show up on time every day, ready to rock and roll - Basic use of hand tools and equipment - Able to identify hazards associated with the construction industry - Ability to climb and work at heights 10’– 300’ - Able to lift 60+ lbs. - Work closely with your team and follow instructions - Travel when required: Oregon, Washington - Travel is arranged and paid for by our travel planner
Category
Technician
ID
2022-1735
Workplace Type
Remote
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite.
Category
Other
ID
2022-1733
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-ID-Rathdrum
Successful Lineman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.    Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-1728
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Philomath | US-OR-Corvallis
  Laborer duties will include general labor duties related to telecommunications construction  as directed by the Foreman/Supervisor. Experienced telecommunications or construction experience a plus. Must have CDL Class A License.   Responsibilities: - All phases of underground construction include but are not limited to: Loading, driving, delivery, digging, removal and placement of various types, sizes and weight of construction materials and equipment - Hand dig using shovel, mechanical tools - Install and maintenance of underground telecommunications cabling - Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) - Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery - Working in congested or remote areas - Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects  to ensure safe coordination of movement - Perform general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor - Flagging, property or worksite restoration  - Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations, procedures and policies
Category
Construction
ID
2022-1697
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Coos Bay
The  construction supervisor will oversee telecommunications field activities including training, leading and developing aerial or underground construction crews, and providing onsite construction supervision controlling all aspects of day to day field operations.   Essential Functions: - Provide daily guidance and coordinate construction crew activitiely. - Identify gaps and delays on jobs, take necessary steps to keep jobs on track - Reports construction progress daily to the Construction Manager. - Conduct pre-construction walks. - Review and interpret proposal drawings and specifications - Ensure timely procurement and delivery of materials to job site - Lead and direct daily activities of Supervisors, Foremen, Operators and Laborers - Supervise inspections of projects - Investigate complaints and take appropriate action to correct deficiencies - Help resolve contract disputes and arrange any necessary order changes - Work with contractors to complete project within the given budget and time frame - Assist with Estimating - Prepare and submit red lined construction drawings and documents upon job completion - May operate various equipment as needed (i.e. trencher, bore machine, backhoe, jackhammer, etc.) - Communicate with customers, vendors, employees, and public agencies - Assigned company vehicle. Drives to remote job sites daily
Category
Construction
ID
2022-1686
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
Successful Lineman candidate must have knowledge of established aerial cable installation procedures and techniques including the placement of poles and anchors, familiarity with a wide range of tools and equipment, ability to read and understand prints/maps, safety rules, and operating instructions.    Responsibilities: - Install and repair aerial telecommunications cable - Safely use hand tools and equipment such as; wrenches, drills, ladders, lanyards, saws, lashers, climbing hooks, and more.  - Safely operate mechanized equipment such as; bucket trucks, digger derrick, excavators, and more.  - Setting up safety perimeter using signage, cones, safety barriers - Flagging traffic when required - Understanding of separation and clearance regulations - Ability to safely work aloft using climbing hooks and ladders. - Flexibility to work in multiple locations - Ability to travel when travel is required.
Category
Lineman
ID
2022-1685
Workplace Type
Field
Job Locations US-OR-Sherwood
The Foreman is responsible for completion of underground construction related activities while ensuring compliance with all code and safety regulations.   Responsibilities: - Work with crew to ensure that all construction operations are completed in accordance with customer and industry specifications - Ensure highest level of safety and quality control requirements are upheld - Instruct and follow of all OSHA and Company Fall Safety procedures - Responsible as the crew leader for proper, accurate and timely submission of dailies and production reports
Category
Construction
ID
2022-1661
Workplace Type
Field

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