CAI is searching for an Equipment Technician for a long-term position for our client in the Niceville, FL area. Training is paid and provided. Employees receive 2 weeks’ vacation/holiday package and great benefits. You would work as a field technician, monitoring the electronic systems and providing field customer service troubleshooting, supporting, and maintaining the electronic toll system equipment.
The schedule for this position is Sunday-Wednesday. All candidates must be available to work from 6AM to 5PM.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Determines equipment malfunction to locate the source of trouble and make repairs or adjustments.
- Performs preventative maintenance, this involves frequent inspection of basic elements of the equipment, cleaning switches, connectors, relay contacts and other equipment.
- Troubleshoots equipment networking issues.
- Performs equipment hardware installation and cable termination, including coaxial, Cat 5/6, and fiber optics.
- Performs toll equipment network device IP configurations, and Radio Frequency configuration.
- Performs daily site inspections of work area that includes inspections of all roadway tolling equipment.
- Completes required maintenance documents
- Interprets wiring schematics for use in troubleshooting equipment
- Utilizes various software tools to diagnose and troubleshoot various tolling equipment.
- Performs installation, corrective/preventative maintenance, and monitoring of CCTV cameras.
- Coordinates with the Senior Toll Technicians to troubleshoot significant malfunctions which are beyond the Electronics technician's capability to isolate.
- Assists Toll Systems Engineering with the installation and testing of equipment at existing and new tolling sites.
- Must possess and maintain a valid Class E Driver's License.
Within one (1) year of hire the employee must complete the following training:
- COMPTIA A+ Training or equivalent or have one (1) year of related work history.
- Obtain Aerial Lift Vehicle Operation Certification
- Obtain Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic Certification.
- Complete the ten (10) hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety Course
- Ability to read and interpret complex schematics, parts/wiring diagrams.
- Ability to establish test procedures.
- Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
- Skilled in the use of volt/amp meters, basic hand tools.
- Ability to recognize components.
- Skilled in reading and interpreting technical documents including wiring schematics and equipment manuals
- Knowledge of computer networks principals
- Familiar of electronic theory and practical applications.
- Familiar of Fiber Optic systems.
- Familiar of Radio Frequency (RF) Systems.
- Familiar of Facilities Maintenance.
- Skilled in oral and written communication.
- Candidate is required to be available for On-Call after normal working hours.
- Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA and other federal, state and local standards
- Ability to work at a height of thirty (30) feet.
- Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds.
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