Charter Communications/Spectrum Construction Coordinator in Fort Morgan, Colorado

JOB SUMMARYUnder limited supervision, responsible for coordinatingconstruction projects through in-house and contract labor for building,repairing and maintaining Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) plant. Ensurequality of work performed meets established technical standards and companypolicies.MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESActively and consistently supportall efforts to simplify and enhance the customer experienceCoordinate withengineers and developers in designing the plant; draw and sketchinstallation and location of equipment such as amplifiers, power suppliesand cables; complete material orders needed for planned construction.Ensureprojects are completed within designated parameters.Monitor contractorperformance; ensure adherence to terms and conditions of agreements.Performsite inspections for quality control in accordance with Technical QualityAssurance (TQA) standards.Coordinate permitting and make readyprocess.Respond to customer concerns.Communicate with Project Manager ordesignated supervisor regarding concerns about construction progress.Performlocates as necessary.Adhere to industry specific local, state, and federalregulations, as applicable.Know, understand and follow companypolicies.Perform other duties as requested by supervisorREQUIREDQUALIFICATIONSSkills/Abilities and KnowledgeAbility to read, write andspeak the English language to communicate with employees, customers,suppliers, in person, on the phone, and by written communications in aclear, straight-forward, and professional mannerAbility to use thefollowing hand tools electric drills, hammers, wrenches,screwdriversAbility to walk over all types of terrain in all kinds of weatherwhile carrying tools and equipment, including gaffs, ladders, and fullyloaded tool beltsAbility to safely use weight-bearing equipment (such asgaffs, safety harness and ladders) within the maximum weight limitationsof that equipmentAbility to accurately measure distances, using tapes orother measuring devicesAbility to carry, climb and operate extensionladder, (approx. 32 ft high and 90 pounds)Ability to climb poles usinggaffs, hooks and climbing belt as neededAbility to differentiate betweendifferent sizes and colors of wiresAbility to make cable connections in tightspaces by bending, reaching, twistingAbility to operate appropriatecomputer or test equipment associated with position (e.g. signal levelmeters, ohm meters, etc.)Ability to perform job from high places (i.e.poles and roofs)Ability to work while standing 50 - 70% of the timeAbilityto work with small components and wires to make cable connectionsAbility touse handheld communication devices and applications Ability to dig in alltypes of soilAbility to drive Company vehicle in a safe and responsiblemannerAbility to operate machinery used for underground/overhead cableinstallationAbility to prioritize and organize effectivelyAbility to readgeneral to complex system layouts from blueprintsAbility to workindependentlyAbility to use personal computer and softwareapplicationsKnowledge of basic mathematics and electronicsKnowledge of companyproducts and servicesKnowledge of National Electric Code and NationalElectrical Safety CodeKnowledge of Microsoft OfficeDemonstrated leadershipqualitiesEducationHigh School Diploma or equivalent work experienceIndustryand vendor specific certifications and training (NCTI, SCTE, BCT/E)preferredRelated Work Experience3+ years Construction work experiencepreferredCertifications and/or LicensesValid driver's license withsatisfactory driving record within company required standardsWORKINGCONDITIONSOffice and field environmentWork indoors in confined space, poorlyventilated areas such as attics, basements, crawlspaces and/ormanholesExposure to dust, dirt, noise, insects, rodents, pets, andcleaning solutionsWork outdoors in all kinds of weather and at all times ofthe day or nightWork performed near power lines and electricityWork performedat various heights above ground on telephone/power polesWork