Fall/Spring Internship - Network Engineering, ISPApply Now Date posted 09/19/2019 Requisition Number: 249086BR Location: United States - Colorado - Canon City Area of Interest: Internship, Network Engineering, Technical Operations Position Type: Intern
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Under supervision perform HeadEnd and facility Technical Quality Assurance (TQA) inspections; ensure all cabling, equipment installation, power and cooling is in compliance with TQA standards
- Assist with monitor services for quality delivery assurance.
- Perform analog and digital RF channel level measurement and quality testing.
- Follow “Did I?” checklist and perform daily checks to ensure ISP Equipment functionality.
- Under supervision maintain awareness of network activities affecting local elements.
- Assist with troubleshoot video, communication architectures, topologies, hardware, software, transmission and signaling links and protocols.
- Learn basic set up and operation of headend equipment including but not limited to RF distribution, signal processors, modulators, demodulators, IRD's and IRT's.
- Assist with Ethernet cabling installation - follow proper engineering practices for the preparation, routing and termination of CAT 5 and/or CAT 6 cabling.
- Under supervision install fiber cabling - follow proper engineering practices for the preparation, routing and termination of various types of fiber connectors in both multi-mode and single mode applications.
- Assist with installation and alignment of various types of off-air antennas for VHF and UHF television and radio reception.
- Work on projects / systems / issues of basic to moderate complexity surrounding network planning, configuration and optimization.
- Utilize ISP Workforce management tools
- Perform other duties as requested by supervisor.
- Must be currently enrolled in an accredited College or University completing a Bachelors Degree in Engineering or related field, or Associate Technical vocational program at an accredited school.
- Must have at least a 3.0 GPA or greater in current program
- Knowledge of basic mathematics, electronics, and Critical Systems (Generators, Uninterruptable Power Supplies, DC Plant, Valve Regulated Lead Acid Batteries, Critical Cooling Systems, Fire Suppression, Monitoring Systems)
- Some knowledge of RF and IP technologies, Video Networking, IP and DOCSIS and HFC design
- Able to work with small components and wires to make cable connections.
- Use the following hand tools: electric drills, hammers, wrenches & screwdrivers
- Ability to safely use weight-bearing equipment (such as ladders) within the maximum limitations of that equipment.
- Field Work environment
- Computer room environment
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