|SECURITY ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS APPRENTICE [S] - DC METRO REGION|
Location: Washington Metro Area- MD/VA/DC
Req. Number: 4621
M.C. Dean is Building Intelligence in the form of cyber-physical solutions for the nation's most recognizable mission-critical facilities, large-scale infrastructure, and global enterprises.
Our success relies on great people delivering innovative projects and solutions for Fortune 100 companies and the most recognized agencies in government, defense, and security.
Join our more than 3,000 employees worldwide who engineer and deploy automated, secure and resilient power and technology systems; and deliver the management platforms essential for long-term system sustainability. Together we are creating the integrated systems and technologies that shape the built and cyber-physical world.
We offer an excellent benefits package including:
Electrical/Technician Apprentices are employees that have basic employee responsibilities. This level Apprentice will be given instruction and work experience installing basic Electrical/Electronic equipment and components which involves using hand tools, power tools, a basic understanding of electrical blueprints, and knowledge of the NEC. Additionally, each Apprentice must make every effort to become a well-qualified Journey-person/Technician. This requires registered for related instruction courses, attending class regularly, and being on time for both work and apprenticeship school.
Tasks to include, but not limited to:
1. Preparing for a cable pull with little assistance.
2. Pulling cables with little assistance, (i.e. 18-2, RG 6, Cat5e, Fiber Optics)
3. Terminating Cables with little assistance.(i,e. butt splices, insulated connectors, terminal strips/blocks and BNC)
4. Testing cables with little assistance, (i.e. VOM, Continuity Tester, TDR, OTDR)
5. Mounting devices with little assistance..(i.e. Readers, Door Contacts, Rex's, Cameras)
6. Determining appropriate ESS cables to be pulled from a set of blueprints, (i.e. cable index)
7. Accurately interpreting elevation & mounting details on a blueprint to install field devices.
8. Identifying the proper ESS codes and standards used for a given task and seek guidance as needed, (i.e. pulling cables, mounting field devices, terminating cables)
9. Identifying different types of cables and their usages.(i.e. Cable Markings, Class 2 & 3, Communication, Plenum, Shielded, High Performance)
10. Identifying different types of connectors and their usages, (i.e. butt splices, insulated connectors, terminal strips/blocks and BNC)
11. Installing ESS cable raceways & pathways with little assistance.
12. Making simple conduit bends as needed with little assistance, (i.e. 90 & Offsets to connect head end devices)
13. Assisting in terminating devices.(i.e. Readers, Door Contacts, Rexs, Cameras)
14. Adhering to all M.C. Dean and S.E.S. policies and procedures including but not limited to OT, quality, safety, accident notification, and attendance requirements.
15. Interpreting wiring details to install field devices with little assistance. ..(i.e. Readers, Door Contacts, Rexs, Cameras)
16. Assisting in testing ESS field devices, .(i.e. Readers, Door Contacts, Rexs, Camera
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled