Ritter Communications has been at the forefront of the local communications industry for more than a century. We began providing telephone service in Northeast Arkansas in 1906. Since then, Ritter has become a regional telecommunications provider delivering a broad and competitive range of communications products and services to businesses and residents in Northeast and North Central Arkansas and West Tennessee. By providing our Business Services customers with the most innovative and integrated technology and services, we're dedicated to reducing their costs and maximizing their profits with customized connectivity solutions. Our Residential Services customers enjoy lightning fast Internet speeds, cable TV and HDTV and reliable local and long distance phone service. Our services are delivered and supported by a dependable team of local industry experts
We are looking for an experienced Business Services Technician to join our team in Hot Springs, AR.
Our Business Services Techs perform service, maintenance, repair, installation, and programming of multi-line business voice and computing systems, including key and PBX systems, IP telephony systems and Integrated Access Devices. Responsible for all modifications, moves, changes, and installation of telephone services for all business customers. Responsible for preventative maintenance of telephone equipment, and may oversee the work of a Business Services Technician trainee, as well as provide sales referrals, site surveys, and customer relationship management.
Essential Job Functions:
Installs, repairs and maintains all types of NEC, Nortel and Avaya PBX systems and associated equipment, including voicemail, facsimile terminals, paging and intercom systems.
O ptical support of POP's and cellular sites.
Installs, repairs and maintains all types of IP telephony systems and integrated Access Devices.
Performs all modifications, moves, changes and installation of telephone services and devices.
Performs quality control checks of work done at customer premises.
Locates trouble in telephone installations; repairs or replaces faults.
Coordinates with repair, and other departments on service installations and changes to update billing and central office records.
Maintains and repairs existing equipment by using test sets to locate line trouble. Determines necessary repairs that may include repairing wiring, station protectors, ground connections, running new wires, and replacing jacks, lids and pedestals as needed.
Work with Carrier Grade equipment routers
Setup networking address translation
Setup personal and small network antivirus solutions, such as Symantec, McAfee, AVG
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of basic electronics, specification sheets, and circuit diagrams.
Knowledge of basic switch gear such as DLink, Linksys, and Netgear
Knowledge of Basic Ethernet
Knowledge of IP addressing scheme and how to deploy
Knowledge of IP subnetting
Knowledge of DHCP and understanding of how it works
Knowledge of Layer 2 and 3 of OSI model
Knowledge of VOIP equipment and concepts
Knowledge of Computer Ethernet and Windows desktop
Knowledge of Microsoft Office products, such as, Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access
Knowledge of FTP service and ability to use FTP
Knowledge of telecommunications equipment operations and maintenance.
Knowledge of key and PBX systems, IP telephony systems and Integrated Access Devices.
Knowledge of company products and services.
Knowledge of company policies and procedures
Knowledge of IP routing
Skill in operating service equipment including various hand tools and testing equipment.
Ability to utilize Carrier Grade monitoring services
Ability to communicate with co-workers and various business contacts in a professional and courteous manner
Ability to configure small Cisco Routers such as 800 to 1700 series
Ability to read and interpret documents such as maps, staking sheets, and operating and maintenance instruction manuals
Ability to pay close attention to detail
Ability to evaluate, test, and repair sophisticated equipment.
Ability to improve or redesign procedures for specific installation/repair problems
Ability to work independently and make sound technical decisions using information at hand
Ability to effectively function as a team player
Education and Experience:
High School diploma or equivalent plus four years of related job training and work experience installing and maintaining electronic key systems, PBX installation, and repair, wiring & cabling and associated peripherals. Associates degree in a related field preferred. Manufacturer's certificate of training on a least one telephone key or PBX system required. NEC certifications and experience strongly preferred. Other certifications such as Cisco CCENT, CompTia A+ and Net +, Microsoft Certifications, etc. helpful.
Ritter Communications is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer; all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. M/F/D/V.
We strive to maintain a drug-free workplace.
We offer competitive compensation and an outstanding benefits package including health, dental, vision, cancer, accident and life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, 401(k) with company match, pension plan, flexible spending accounts, free gym membership, company discounts, tuition reimbursement, paid training, paid leave, and much more!
Associated topics: automotive, breakdown, customer service, equipment, field service, field service technician, maintenance mechanic, malfunction, mechanical, millwright
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.