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Location: Remote Site North of Fort McMurray, AB
This is Field Service Technician role within a mining environment. You will be part of team that performs telecom maintenance on a fleet of heavy mining equipment and support equipment. You will be working in support shops, mine and active autonomous area.
You will be responsible for preventative, reactive and break-in maintenance.
- Strong understanding of DC power (12v/24v/48v)
- Good troubleshooting skills and the ability to adapt to changes in the field.
- Good understanding of IP networking, RF, Microwave, WAP, 802.11, switching, routing, firewalls
- Ability to use laptop to access, program and troubleshoot various IP based devices, Putty, Telnet
- Ability to drill, tap and mount hardware. Including cutting, fabricating and assembling steel brackets.
- Ability to follow diagrams and procedures whilst always looking to improve how we can better serve the client.
- Ability to terminate/test coaxial cable (LMR400/LMR195/RG58/Heliax)
- Ability to terminate/test data cables (CAT5/5e)
- Ability to use a range of test equipment for radio troubleshooting.
- Ability to efficiently use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook etc)
- Understanding of fiber optic infrastructure
- Minimum - Electronics diploma or trade certificate in a related field
- Experience programming wireless radios
- Experience programming tire-monitor systems and distract driving systems
- Experience with Mine Dispatch systems
- Experience with working with Cambium & Cisco Products.
- Experience with Linux operating systems.
- 2-way radio experience, preferably with Motorola systems.
- Experience with working with Solar & Wind powered systems.
- Safety sensitive position – the ability to use good judgment when completing work and reporting any safety concerns that arise – (Using Hazard assessment documents/Permits)
- Able to lift 50lbs - This role is physically demanding requiring you to work in some tight and awkward areas for long periods of time (Fit Test will be conducted before being hired)
- Strong English reading, writing and speaking skills.
- Competent driving and winter driving skills– Mine driving experience an asset.
- Able to tow and back up double axle trailers.
- Able to communicate effectively.
- This job requires you to work night shift on (a rotational basis)
- Able to work outdoors in all seasons of the year including -40 C conditions (within OHS standards and guidelines)
- Ability to work independently or in a team environment.
- Be component and confident in operating AWPs
- Camp Job
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