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DAS Construction Specialist

Job Description

As a DAS Construction Superintendent, you will supervise the installation of RF In-Building cellular systems at various sites, perform equipment and system repair, maintenance, and testing. Identify and acquire parts for replacement, maintenance, and other work required in accordance with established procurement procedures. Respond to scheduled or emergency situations as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supervise the installation of DAS equipment while on a commercial construction site.
  • Conduct on-the-spot training to remedy technician deficiencies during installations.
  • Educate and mentor junior technicians on proper standards and best practices of DAS installations.
  • Install RF coax cables, fiber cables, and associated connectors and terminations.
  • Install radios, antennas, and associated RF equipment.
  • Use RF test equipment such as a PIM unit, Line Sweep Tester, or Light Meter to verify full functionality of installed components.
  • Utilize construction documents to plan and complete site builds.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve problems in DAS systems including RF radios, cabling, antennas, and power.
  • Manage and coordinate various subcontractors as needed.
  • Work from ladders, aerial lifts, scaffolds, or roofs to install, maintain, or repair wiring & equipment.
  • Perform physically demanding tasks while conveying knowledge of basic/specialized tools and equipment throughout the process.
  • Must be able to utilize digital platforms (iPad, Laptop) as required to fulfill job duties, i.e. digital record keeping, email, digital logs and forms, and file sharing.


  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in DAS installation and maintenance.
  • Anritsu Site Master/PIM certifications
  • Able to read, interpret and update As-Built DAS designs.
  • Must be able to pass a drug and background screen.
  • Must be willing to work construction schedule per venue.
  • Willingness to perform work outdoors and travel.
  • Valid and current driver’s license to operate assigned company service vehicle.
  • OSHA preferred.