Data Center Operations Technician

Data Center Operations Technicians provides onsite support Monday through Friday with an 8 hour work day. Overtime and weekend work might be required.
The DCO Technician is primarily responsible for installation and maintenance of Data Center infrastructure. Installation of various forms of cabling such as CAT5/6, Fiber, COAX and T1s. Additionally the DCO Technician provides support of DCO team members with remote hands support for commercial and federal customers operating in a collocation center.
Duties include:
o Installations of collocation and managed hosting infrastructure
o Custom building secure cages, under floor caging and roofing
o Installation of server cabinets and network racks
o Installation of ladder rack and fiber runner guide
o Install and testing of CAT5/6 copper cabling through crimping, punch downs
o Install and testing of single-mode and multi-mode fiber cabling
o Install and testing of DS-3, T1 and various other forms of cabling
o Cable dressing and management
o Knowledge of proper use of trade hand and power tools
o Basic observation and reporting on the environment in the data center such as alarm identification
o Data Center cleaning and trash removal
o Ability to solve practical problems
o Troubleshooting of network cabling
o Inventory management
o Able to review and architectural drawings, cabling diagrams and supporting documentation
o Must possess a high level of reasoning, with ability to solve problems and demonstrate expertise in a variety of field concepts, practices, and procedures
o Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
o Experience with ticketing system
o Experience with circuit signal testing using JDSU, Fluke and or Digital Lightwave test equipment desired but not required
o Able to lift up to 50lbs

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