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Top Prospect ConsultingDenver, CO
$22 an hour Full-time
Perform structural/low-voltage cable installation, terminations, maintenance, and repair works.Possess extensive knowledge in all types of low-voltage cabling scenarios including Cat5e, Cat6, and fiber termination activities, cable test equipment, and use of all types of cable installation codes and standards.Experience with and ability to learn several types of copper and fiber splicing and testing equipment.Ability to clearly distinguish colors , shades, and brightness when working with multi-colored cablings such as twisted pair copper and fiber optic cable.

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