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Network and Low Voltage Wiring Specialist - CEN000608

Hours per week: 40
Status (Benefits): Full-Time
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday; weekends and holiday as needed; will require travel to other facilities as needed
Location: 9600 N Franciscan Dr, Peoria, IL, United States

9600 N Franciscan Dr, Peoria, IL, United States

Job Description


Under direct supervision, a Network and Low Voltage Wiring Specialist I performs a variety of tasks related to the installation and decommissioning of network and low voltage wiring.  This position will be responsible for supporting the tasks related to the implementation of network and structured cabling solutions.  Primary duties under guidance of the Network and Low Voltage Wiring Specialist Level II and Level III are the implementation, installation, maintenance, and support of network and low voltage wiring projects. 

The position is responsible for all components needed to support data or voice communications using various kinds of cable, most commonly category 5 (CAT5e) and category 6 (CAT6a), patch panels, and modular connectors.  The work to be performed includes the testing, troubleshooting, and commissioning of completed wiring installations.  The Network and Low Voltage Wiring Specialist I will follow instructions regarding work area setup, wire paths, endpoint terminations, penetrations, and documentation.  Additional duties include advising team members and leadership of any changes to the scope of the project and any issues that arise on the job. This position works with the assistance of other skilled tradespersons in the completion of complex tasks that relate to the overall structured cabling project. 





The level of education required in order to support structured cabling projects is generally acquired through completion of a High School diploma or GED equivalent.


1 or more years of progressively more responsible work experience in fields related to networking, maintenance, construction, and/or a skilled trade.


Good written and oral communication skills necessary to communicate effectively with user departments when executing projects, and in training other Network and Low Voltage Wiring Specialists.


Good organizational skills necessary to maintain an efficient and safe work environment for the team and the facility affected.


Knowledge and adherence to relevant Infection Control policies and procedures, as well as all applicable building, fire, and life safety codes.


Ability to support all locations throughout the ministry, including those requirements that are specific to each location.



Applicants will be afforded equal opportunity without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin or ancestry, age physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability or an unfavorable discharge from military service.


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