Abacus Technology

ISP/OSP/CATV Technician (020)

3 weeks ago
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Abacus Technology is seeking an ISP/OSP/CATV Technician to provide technical support for the U.S. military in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).  This is a full-time OCONUS position.


Provide technical support on CATV equipment, including: downlink antennas, signal monitors, fiber optic distribution equipment, video ticker systems, audio/video modulators, RF splitters and combiners, amplifiers, decoders, fiber optic distribution equipment, satellite dishes.   Install, repair, and maintain CATV equipment and subsystem equipment, existing RG-6, RG-ll, RG-59 cable, inter-facility fiber cable, junction boxes, and interface equipment.  Additionally, install inside cable plant coaxial cable to support expansion of the system including support to identify defective cable, replace and bury CATV cabling.  Provide preventive, remedial, and corrective maintenance to ensure all equipment is in proper and full operating condition as described by the equipment manufacturer without degradation of service.  Perform and document preventative maintenance on CATV systems and associated hardware in accordance with manufacturer's manuals, and maintain completion documents.  Monitor and provide recommendations to optimize system performance.  Provide component and system troubleshooting services. 


5+ years experience supporting technology programs.  Associates degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, or equivalent work experience.   Proficient with MS Office and MS Windows.  Able to communicate with management, technical staff and end users in a clear and professional manner.  Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Must be a U.S. citizen and willing to relocate to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).   


Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.




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