LAND MOBILE RADIO TECHNICIANTCS Communications is hiring an LMR Technician with at least 2 years of direct industry experience. Our Land Mobile Radio Technicians are responsible for programming, installing, repairing and maintaining digital and analog commercial and public safety two-way radio equipment, systems and infrastructure. They also support our customers through RF testing, bench repairs, phone technical support, field service and emergency service.This is a highly visible role that requires our Land Mobile Radio Technicians to frequently work onsite at customer locations and interact directly with customers as well as the TCS sales team. Therefore, successful candidates must be reliable, customer service oriented, team players, professional in appearance and effective communicators (verbal and written).TCS Communications sells and supports a wide range of commercial and public safety two-way radio systems including P25, DMR, IDAS and NXDN. The company serves businesses and public safety organizations across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. TCS is an authorized dealer and service repair shop for Kenwood/EF Johnson, ICOM, Hytera, Zetron, Avtec Dispatch Consoles, Eventide Logging Recorders, etc. Our LMR Technicians are expected to be professional, knowledgeable and have 2+ years of work experience with digital and analog two-way radio equipment including mobile and portable radios, repeaters and base stations, trunked systems, subscriber systems, IP radio dispatch consoles, and digital call logging systems.RESPONSIBILITIESTroubleshoot and provide technical support for two-way radio equipment, work with both analog and digital systems, mobile and portable subscriber equipment, simulcast, conventional, trunked systems.Install, program, maintain, and repair two-way radios, repeaters, remote controls, multiplexers, antenna systems, power systems and two-way radio dispatch console equipmentAssist in customer equipment installations and troubleshooting, emergency response support and preventive maintenance.Identify two-way radio communication requirements, analyze technical solutions, conduct physical surveys, implement and validate turnkey solutionsProvide customers with technical training.Install, maintain, identify and resolve technical issues/failures on radio subscriber and infrastructure equipment.Prepare, run, and terminate coax, network and fiber optic cables.Test, tune and align duplexers, repeaters, portable radios and mobile radiosSet up, configure and use service and test instrumentation to perform communication tests and maintenance.QUALIFICATIONSMinimum 2 years of experience in the field of two-way radio communication with extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with Land/Mobile Radios (LMR).Minimum of 2 years of experience with P25, NXDN, IDAS, and/or DMR two way radio equipment theory, system design and support.Strong understanding of electronics and RF principles.Fundamental understanding of basic computer networking (including IP networking) and common software programs is imperative.Associate s degree (AS/AA) or technical training in the areas of electronics, computers, networking, RF, etc. or equivalent work experience/on the job training.Intermediate knowledge of RF test tools such as transmission test sets, signal generators, RF service monitors and spectrum analyzers.Intermediate knowledge of frequency utilization, battery backup systems, base stations, repeaters, multi-couplers, duplexers, radio codeplug template development, and radio programming.Clean driving record and valid driver s license.FCC General Radio Telephone Operator s License, ETA certifications or PCIA (NABER) certification preferred, but not required.Proficient computer user: Microsoft Office. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)Reliable transportation.Professional references.EMPLOYMENT BENEFITSCompetitive compensationHealth insurancePaid time off Associated topics: camera operator, cinematographer, equipment, network engineer, radio operator, technical, technician, teleprompter, visual, voip
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