• Cabling Technician

    Job Location US-MD-Annapolis Junction
  • Overview

    ASRC Federal - Vistronix is a national security solutions provider specializing in transforming big and complex data sets into mission critical intelligence.  Ingesting, processing, and exploiting Big Data is at the core of everything we do: Cyber & SIGINT Operations, C4ISR & Multi-INT Processing, and Enterprise & Open Source Analysis.  As a national security middleweight, we have a passion for our customers' mission and value ingenuity, agility, speed, and the ability to think and deliver at scale.  For more information, visit www.vistronix.com.


    ASRC Federal - Vistronix is currently seeking an experienced Cabling Technician for a role on one of our subcontracts.  This full time position affords the successful candidate the opportunity to work in an engaging, high-tech development environment, working with an excellent team and customer base. 


    Provides the provisioning, installation, design, termination, testing, documentation, operations, and maintenance of all types of IT cabling. This service includes both fiber optic cable and copper cable from single-strand/pair to large bulk cables that are used in the infrastructure backbone, underground, outdoor, and horizontal cabling to the desktop or equipment racks.


    Labor Category Qualifications:

    • Shall have a minimum of five (5) years technical experience in IT cable installation and termination.
    • Provide team leadership, engineering, and design knowledge to meet technical specifications.
    • In-Depth knowledge of termination equipment, methodologies and splicing techniques.
    • Areas of knowledge must also include: physical ability to lift 50 pounds, cable termination, testing, cable rack preparation, layout and installation, and documentation.
    • A valid BICSI Installer 2, Copper or Installer 2, Optical Fiber certification is required.
    • Three additional years of experience may be substituted for certification.

    Labor Category Experience:

    • Lead a team in running cables for building or racking of equipment or other cabling services
    • Able to create cable run lists and cable schematics to effectively connect the services
    • Install cabling from transport/wiring closets to the customer access outlet
    • Install cabling both under floor and above the ceiling in cable trays, troughs, wiring baskets, harnesses, and J hooks
    • Assist in the design of cable transmission media, machine rooms, transport closets, and pointsof-presence
    • Field terminate cabling utilizing multiple types of connectors technical techniques
    • Install backbone/vertical, underground, and outdoor cabling
    • Field test cabling for performance specifications
    • Provide cable labeling and configuration documentation
    • Perform cable management
    • Successfully terminate various types of fiber optic connectors
    • Successfully interpret drawings, plans, and specifications
    • Properly test and troubleshoot copper installations
    • Discuss media selection and implications for implementation on the network
    • Make recommendations based on applicable codes, standards, and best practices
    • Interpret the job plan and scope of work as well as perform retrofits and upgrades for existing infrastructure

    This position requires an active Security Clearance.


    Positions require a Top Secret security clearance, based on current background investigation (SBI), as well as the favorable completion of polygraph.  Clearance and polygraph processing will be completed by the U.S. Government.


    ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.




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