Traveling Installation Technician

o Must be able to read and understand installation documents (top views, ground plans, isometric views, site plans, and blueprints)
o Must be willing and able to work in adverse weather and/or conditions (cold, rain, heat, mud, etc.
) and for extended periods of time
o Must be well organized, quick learner and fast starter
o Willingness to work overtime to meet deadlines
o Must be able to travel as required, for extended periods of time that may include weekends
o Analyze work to help determine on-site information such as materials/tools to be used, and what types and sequence of operations will be required
o Must be physically able to perform all functions of installation (grading, site preparation, layout and digging ground holes, pouring concrete, lifting decks/platforms, and parts, etc.
) with or without reasonable accommodations
o Must have excellent attendance record
o Must have valid Driver's license and willingness to drive company truck (pulling 12' covered trailer)
o Strong background in construction (considered a plus)
o Experience driving construction equipment (Lull, Forklift, Skid Steer Loader, etc.
) and lazar level (transit) usage considered a plus.

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