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Small Cell Foreman
VN1822
Mercury
Denver, CO
Regular
High School or equivalent
5 years
To be employed at Mercury Communications Contractors, LLC you must support the company’s mission, vision and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence and competence, teamwork, innovation, respect, personalization and accountability.  
 
 
Our Mission: We are a customer-centric partner providing innovative solutions. The safety, well-being and career growth of our team members are the benchmarks of our success.  

Our Values: SACRIFICE
Safety, Accountability, Customer Centric, Return on Investment, Integrity, Family, Innovative, Community Involvement, Empowerment

JOB OVERVIEW:
The Small Cell Foreman will install power and communication cable on poles throughout the US.  The Foreman role will oversee Technicians on site and ensure project safety and success

SUCCESS FACTORS:
  • Ability to work independently and self-directed; takes initiative in seeking efficiencies of processes
  • Ability to give direction, adapt to change and establish relationships
  • Ability to manage through conflict, complexity and to problem solve issues
  • Organizational skills; ability to handle several projects concurrently
  • Ability to review and understand construction drawings and specifications
  • Knowledge of public safety and security issues and regulations
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Commitment to company values
  • Strong work ethic
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Oversee project and Technicians on the jobsite
  • Uphold Safety Culture by holding self and technicians accountable to safety expectations while on site
  • Set up jobsites including insuring proper traffic control procedures are in place
  • Professionally interact with the public, other employees, and customers on a daily basis
  • Operate bucket truck, install and test cellular RF cabling and antennas. 
  • Install radios, base station equipment, conduit, DC power wiring and fiber optic cables on poles or at the base of pole. 
  • Install and test low voltage DC power wiring and fiber optic cables. 
  • Connects and rearranges cable facilities associated with aerial, buried, underground and in buildings according to engineering design by utilizing hand tools and specialized equipment.
  • The ability to read and understand job site prints
  • Utilizes special test equipment to test for and locate cable; troubleshoot and perform cable completion tests.
  • Works aloft on platforms or in vehicle-mounted buckets; enters buildings, trenches, splice pits and cable vaults.
  • Maintains accuracy in all reporting functions.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: 
  • Must be able to travel nationwide up to 100% of the time.
  • Must be able to work in a variety of physical positions, including climbing, sitting, standing, walking and driving.
  • Regular exposure to all weather conditions, especially hot, humid and/or rainy spring, summer and fall weather, combined with regular work time indoors in environmentally controlled conditions.
  • Assume responsibility for work outcomes and results of other workers.
  • May be exposed to uncomfortable or distracting sounds or noise levels on sites of projects being managed or coordinated.
  • When working on site, will be required to wear common protective of safety equipment, such as safety glasses, gloves, hearing protection, hard hats and life jackets.
  • Ability to be 50ft in the air
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis
EXPERIENCE:
  • 2-5 years’ experience in small cell or cellular installation at a foreman level
  • Valid Class A CDL Driver’s license required
  • OSHA 10 (OSHA 30 preferred)
  • Expert knowledge of bucket truck operations
  • Experience as a tower climber or lineman in the wireless industry is a plus
All candidates agree to complete a selection assessment and pre-employment drug screen.
    
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