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Network Engineer I US - CCVMS HU

Job Description:
Network Engineer - RF Data Tech II Provides technical support, assists in the design, deployment, and maintenance of all enterprise systems.
May lead small to medium sized projects independently.
Tests and evaluates technical infrastructure to eliminate problems and make improvements.
Creates installation and support documentation as needed.
Has an intermediate to advanced level of knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the networking field.
Relies on basic experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Provides direct support coverage for all enterprise network attached systems and physical network infrastructure including hardware, software, network tools & applications, back office, custom and third party business applications.
Works with other groups in the IS Department to support projects and day-to-day operations as defined by supervisor.
Continuously works to improve personal, technical, and business skills in order to provide the best service possible.
On a rotational basis, provides 24 x 7 support coverage.
Perform other duties as assigned.
RF Data Tech level II (RDT2) The reporting place is Carthage, TX (75633) but the job will be at multiple sites in the surrounding area.
Below are the top five skills that the successful candidate should have with the first one being the most critical.
Ability to install, maintain, configure, and troubleshoot communication transmission systems e.
g.
, microwave, radio, satellite, fiber, cable.
This includes in-house and vendor supplied services.
Ability to maintain, configure, and troubleshoot access and distribution switches.
Must have knowledge of MAC and IP addressing (broadcast, unicast, multicast), switch operating systems, and basic understanding of spanning tree functions.
Ability to interface control networks (e.
g.
, SCADA) with Chevron network.
Understanding of wireless infrastructure transmission characteristics.
Skilled practitioner of the methods, tools, equipment and materials used in RF equipment testing, repair and maintenance.
Level 2 RF and Data Field Services Technician
Summary:
Level II RF and Data Field Services Technician performs a variety of skilled technical work in configuration, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of telecommunications physical, data link and network layer systems and associated equipment.
Duties are performed in a highly customer orientated organization where the exercise of excellent customer service and teamwork is paramount.
Operating, monitoring, and servicing multiple communications devices in specialty networks.
Diagnose and test voice, data, and specialty (RF) network infrastructure.
Expectations include; the ability to perform unsupervised installations, conduct independent system level trouble shooting, proficiency on varied specialty systems.
Essential Functions Ability to maintain, configure, and troubleshoot access and distribution switches.
Must have knowledge of MAC and IP addressing (broadcast, unicast, multicast), switch operating systems, and basic understanding of spanning tree functions.
Works with other third party supplied personnel engaged in the installation, maintenance, and repair of voice, data, and RF equipment.
Tracks and manages the assets of the voice, data, and RF network.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities As a Level II Voice and Data Technician with additional RF experience and additional specific training and/or with additional Chevron site-specific knowledge.
Ability to install, maintain, configure, and troubleshoot communication transmission systems e.
g.
, microwave, radio, satellite, fiber, cable.
This includes in-house and vendor supplied services.
Ability to interface control networks (e.
g.
, SCADA) with Chevron network.
Understanding of wireless infrastructure transmission characteristics.
Skilled practitioner of the methods, tools, equipment and materials used in RF equipment testing, repair and maintenance.
Demonstrated and proven ability specifically in RF test equipment functions.
Planning / Organization Skills: Highly skilled in prioritizing to effectively meet daily work demands

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