Progressive utility company based in Fredericksburg, VA has a job opening for a Tele-communications Technician II position. Associate electronics degree or equivalency or four (4) years directly related progressively responsible post high school experience. Federal Communications Commission General Radio Compliance Knowledge preferred.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN II
Four (4) years' experience related to electronics and Microwave /Radio desired. Six (6) years of progressively responsible tele-communications experience directly in microwave, fiber, WAN, LAN and two-way radio field desired. Knowledge of FAA regulations concerning tower inspection and maintenance preferred.
Must have a working knowledge with personal computers. Approximately 50% of the time will be scheduled within the telecommunication shop and office environment with the balance at field site areas. Must be willing to work in all weather conditions. Perform other duties as assigned. Must be subject to overtime and callouts to repair major equipment (i.e. microwave, PBX, mobile radio. Must have current Virginia Drivers License and have a good driving record.
Submit resume by
5:00pm on April 24, 2017 to:
Human Resources/ #11FB0411FB2017
P. O. Box 7388,
Fredericksburg, VA 22404,
or Fax to 540-891-5990
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org . EOE/M/F/D
About this company
REC is a member-owned utility that provides electric service to over 161,000 connections in portions of 22 Virginia counties. The Cooperative was formed in 1980 after the consolidation of two cooperatives, Virginia Electric Cooperative in Bowling Green and Northern Piedmont Electric Cooperative in Culpeper. The Cooperative's general office is in Spotsylvania County.
REC operates and maintains more than 16,000 miles of power lines through its service area, which ranges from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the tidal waters of the Chesapeake Bay. The Cooperative serves a variety of residential, commercial and industrial accounts. REC's largest customer is Bear Island Paper Company, the second largest consumer of electricity in Virginia. REC also provides the electricity for such familiar names as Kings Dominion Amusement Park, Terremark Worldwide Inc., Merillat Industries, General Electric, Axalta, Kraft Foods Group, Inc. and Southeastern Container, Inc.
The Cooperative is guided by a board of directors, also member-owners of REC, and who are elected by REC's other members during the annual meeting. Directors serve three-year terms.