Tower Climber Technician

at MasTec
Location Itasca
Date Posted November 14, 2021
Category Tower Climber
Job Type Full-Time
Local Hires Only? No, Anyone Can Apply
Street Address 800 S. Douglas Road, 10th Floor

Description

*Benefits of Working for MasTec*

* *Work for the top construction company in North America*
* *Fortune 500 Company*
* *Competitive Pay*
* *Great Benefits*
* *Career Growth*
* *Competitive Pay With Bonuses Available
* *Travel Team Positions Available With Full Per Diem

As an experienced Tower Technician, you will lead and assist in the construction, installation, and maintenance of communications tower and support structures. Tower Technicians work irregular hours, travel frequently, and work at great heights in extreme weather conditions.

Required Skills of a Tower Technician III, your responsibilities will include:

Climbing and working on communications towers for the purpose of installing, replacing, and repairing antenna systems equipment performs tower maintenance under close supervision.
The basic use and care of hand tools and mechanical equipment.
Knowing the hazards associated with tower climbing, construction equipment, and working on or near energized lines and equipment.
The ability to climb tall structures (100 feet or more) with 50 lb. load.
Analyzing situations accurately and adopt an appropriate course of action.
Communicating orally and in writing.
Following instructions accurately and complete assigned course of action.
Recognizing safety hazards and performing duties in a safe manner.
Act as a team lead and mentor to less experienced Tower Technicians.
Must have the ability to traveling extensively within assigned region
Qualifications:

Must have High school diploma or equivalent.
A minimum of 4 years of industry experience.
Successfully completed the MNS Tower Technician Training Program.
Applicant/Employee weight and tools combined may not exceed 280-pound weight limit as specified by the manufacturer of safety equipment.
Applicant/Employee waist circumference must not exceed 60 inches measured at the navel as specified by the manufacturer of safety equipment.
Working knowledge of basic hand tools, mechanical equipment, and electro-mechanical equipment.
Possession of a valid driver license.