Are You Looking for an Exciting Position with an Award-Winning Team?

ECS Telecom Services is always looking to bring high caliber talent to their industry-leading team. Please find listings for current positions within the company outlined below. Apply to them by clicking the button to the right of the description and sending us a brief email with your cover letter and resumé.

Equipment/Microwave Installer Level I

Must have a general knowledge of telecom equipment installation practices, with some experience working with BTS Equipment, microwave radios, DC Power Systems. Must have 1+ years experience installing equipment racks, equipment shelves (such as radios, multiplexers, routers, fiber terminals), DSX panels, cable racks and trays, DC power systems and alarm systems. Familiar with network element test and access equipment and software tools (T-Berd, SiteMaster, OML, BTS Manager, etc.). Must be supervised by a Level 2 Installer or Technician.

Equipment/Microwave Installer Level II

Must have advanced knowledge of telecom equipment installation practices with some experience working with BTS Equipment, microwave radios, DC Power Systems. Must have 2+ years experience and be proficient with installing equipment racks, equipment shelves (such as radios, multiplexers, routers, and fiber terminals), DSX panels, cable racks and trays, DC power systems, alarm and network management systems. Must be able to work on sites where live traffic exists. Proficient with network element test and access equipment and software tools (T-Berd, SiteMaster, OML, BTS Manager, etc.). Able to perform test calling plans. Proficient in electronic communication and tools (e-mail, reporting software & site databases). Must be able to read and follow installation manuals, procedures and equipment layouts, RFDS, MOPs, diagrams, etc.

Equipment/Microwave Technician Level I

Must have a general knowledge of equipment/microwave radio products and how they operate. Must have 3+ years experience installing, powering up, and testing radio & network equipment. Must be able to use troubleshooting techniques on all radio interfaces, multiplexers, power systems, timing systems, alarm systems, etc. in an environment with no live traffic. Familiar with network element test and access equipment and software tools (T-Berd, SiteMaster, OML, BTS Manager, etc.). Functional with electronic communication and tools (e-mail, reporting software & site databases). Must be able to read and follow installation manuals, procedures and equipment layouts, RFDS, MOPs, diagrams, etc.

Must have higher level personnel present on the project.

Equipment/Microwave Technician Level II

Must have knowledge equal to or greater than the Equipment/Microwave Technician Level 1. Must have 4+ years experience installing, powering up, testing radio & network equipment and aligning paths. Successfully works on networks with live traffic for equipment additions and troubleshooting. Must be able to use test equipment to troubleshoot, resolve problems and demonstrate acceptance testing to customers with Spectrum Analyzer’s, Frequency counters, Power Meters, Sweep Gear such as Anritsu Site Master, Acterna 310/210/ DS3/DS1 test sets. Proficient with network element test and access equipment and software tools (T-Berd, SiteMaster, OML, BTS Manager, etc.). Proficient with electronic communication and tools (e-mail, reporting software & site databases). Must be able to read and follow installation manuals, procedures and equipment layouts, RFDS, MOPs, diagrams, etc. Performs most tasks without the aid of certified personnel with a higher level of certification.

Equipment/Microwave Technician Level III

Must have knowledge equal to or greater than the Equipment/Microwave Technician Level 2. Must have 5+ years experience installing, powering up and testing radio equipment. Has detailed knowledge of multiple radio equipment architectures, card level functions and RF signal flow. Successfully works on networks with live traffic for equipment additions, hardware HS/SD and software upgrades, retunes, cutovers and troubleshooting. Successfully works on networks with live traffic for equipment additions and troubleshooting. Must be able to use test equipment to troubleshoot, resolve problems and demonstrate acceptance testing to customers with Spectrum Analyzer’s, Frequency counters, Power Meters, Sweep Gear such as Anritsu Site Master, Acterna 310/210/ DS3/DS1 test sets. Proficient with network element test and access equipment and software tools (T-Berd, SiteMaster, OML, BTS Manager, etc.). Proficient with electronic communication and tools (e-mail, reporting software & site databases). Must be able to read and follow installation manuals, procedures and equipment layouts, RFDS, MOPs, diagrams, etc. Performs all tasks without the aid of additional certified personnel. Should have knowledge of equipment & microwave radio theory and be able to work with a manufacturer to resolve problems. Other duties involve submitting timely reports and interfacing customers as required.

Tower Crew Hand

The tower Crew Hand must have a minimum of 1 year experience climbing all types of antenna structures including communications towers, water tanks, and various roof tops. Must have experience assembling antennas and installing various connectors on coax and waveguide. Must have experience installing coax and waveguide on the tower, including installing grounding kits and various fasteners. Must be able to lift and carry 60 pounds. Must be committed to industry and company safety standards. Must pass company mandated safety and skills training certifications.

Tower Lead Hand

A Lead Hand has all the skills of the Crew Hand plus; must be competent to work on systems with live traffic, must have at least 2 years of related experience, must be skilled at sweeping coax and waveguide with various test equipment. Understands proper installation of microwave and cellular antenna systems, including pipe mounts, antennas, waveguide, side strut & tieback installations, etc. Must be skilled at basic microwave path alignment procedures.

Tower Crew Leader

A Crew Leader has all the skills of the Lead Hand with additional leadership skills to work as a Crew Leader. Has a minimum of 5 years experience. Able to lead the crew with all basic duties. Has extensive knowledge of proper installation of microwave and cellular antenna systems, including ice bridges, pipe mounts, antennas, waveguide, side strut & tieback installations, etc. Must be an expert at alignment of microwave path alignment procedures. Must understand industry, customer and company quality standards, installation guidelines and photo programs.

Tower Crew Supervisor

A Tower Crew Supervisor must have superior crew leadership skills and is able to coordinate the efforts of multiple crews on large projects. The Supervisor must have 10+ years of experience performing related work as a Crew Leader. Must have experience scheduling crews, interfacing customers, generating reports, and managing the crew’s efforts in the field. Insures compliance with all safety requirements and be able to perform certified safety training. Must be skilled using Microsoft Office software.

Construction Crew Hand

Responsible to perform general construction duties, such as setting concrete forms, rebar work, ditch digging, concrete finish work, fence construction.

Construction Lead Hand

A Lead Hand has all the skills of the Crew Hand plus; must have at least 2 years of related experience and work independently on assigned construction tasks. Must be able to lead other crew members.

Construction Crew Leader

A Construction Crew Leader has all of the skills of the Lead Hand with additional leadership skills to work as a Crew Leader. Has a minimum of 5+ years experience. Able to lead the crew with basic duties. Has extensive knowledge of excavation and grades, forming and pouring concrete, finishing concrete, equipment operation (bobcat, backhoe), site layout, construction level and theodolite operation, trench and excavation safety (includes process to call for cable locates) and basic electrical knowledge. Must be able to coordinate / assist in the building permit process. Must be willing and able to assist in the location of local vendors and suppliers in remote locations. Must be able to generate professional closeout packages (photos, redlines, correspondence with customer, permits, etc…) Must understand industry, customer and company quality standards, installation guidelines and photo programs.

Construction Crew Supervisor

A Construction Crew Supervisor must have the same skills as a Construction Crew Leader as well as superior leadership skills. He must also be able to coordinate the efforts of multiple crews on large projects. The Supervisor must have 10+ years of experience performing related work as a Crew Leader. Must have experience scheduling crews, interfacing with customers, generating reports and managing the crew’s efforts in the field. Insures compliance with all safety requirements. Must be skilled using Microsoft Office software.