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Telecom Electronic Technician II - Denver, CO

Date: Feb 22, 2021

Location: Denver, CO, US, 80216

Company: BNSF

Apply early as this job may be removed or filled prior to the closing date, which is approximately seven (7) days after the posting date.

 

Job Location: Denver
Other Potential Locations: Denver, CO 
Anticipated Start Date: 05/17/2021
Number of Positions: 1 
Salary Range: Entry rate is approx. $7,066/month, with an average annual salary of $84,794.


All communication with applicants will be done via email.  Please check your email on a daily basis.

 

Who we are and what we do

Do you want to be a part of something that really matters? Team BNSF includes professionals focused on safety, service, and who take pride in delivering the nation’s freight. Together, we help move goods and materials that sustain life and support local, national and global economies. The BNSF rail network is one of the largest freight railroads, spanning 28 western states and serving three Canadian provinces.

 

What we believe

At BNSF, our Vision and Values drive who we are, not only in our words, but also our actions. BNSF is committed to our foundational values of equality and inclusion. As members of the BNSF community, our employees are entitled to:

  • be treated with dignity and respect.
  • have equal access to tools, resources, training and development opportunities.
  • have equal opportunity to achieve their full potential.

 

We model the way through our leadership, our BNSF Diversity Councils, our diverse Business Resource Groups, our deep involvement and investment in the communities we serve, and through diversity and inclusion training programs. It’s through our actions that we create an inclusive, open and collaborative workplace that truly encourages diverse perspectives in all interactions.

 

SAFETY: 

At BNSF, Safety is a core value of how we do business. Each and every day, our employees are committed to approaching one another about safety, which is key in realizing our vision. Employees are also expected to comply with company and federal safety & health regulations, safety rules & policies, as well as procedures that guide work practices to reduce risk to exposure. Such work practices include but are not limited to wearing required safety equipment, responding to safety concerns, and taking appropriate actions in the event of an emergency. 

 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 

Install, repair and maintain all Telecommunications equipment including, but not limited to:  Radios, Digital Microwave (MW), and Radio Frequency (RF) Data Link Equipment. Additional responsibilities include: 

 

TECHNICAL DUTIES: 

  • Install, assemble, repair, adjust, test, and maintain telecommunications equipment such as wired and wireless telecommunications systems devices, microwave, automatic equipment identification (AEI) systems, IP Networks, VoIP, Cameras, Radio Frequency (RF) Communications systems, Voice & Data communications, front and end of train devices, and soldering electrical/electronic components. 

 

The duties and responsibilities in this posting are representative categories to be used in deciding whether to apply for this position. This is not an exhaustive list of the position’s duties. 

 

WORKING CONDITIONS 

  • Extreme all-weather conditions 

  • Walk and perform work on uneven surfaces 

  • Safety sensitive work environment 

  • Loud noise and fumes 

  • Work on and around heavy and moving machinery 

  

SHIFTS/HOURS 

  • Full-time (40 hrs/wk) 

  • Subject to overtime, on-call (24/7), alternating shifts, nights, weekends, holidays 

 

TRAVEL 

  • Moderate 

  • Headquartered location with travel and work within assigned seniority region sometimes for extended time 

 

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 

  • At least 18 years of age, or will be by the anticipated start date listed in the job description 

  • Ability to report for duty at the designated work location 

  • Able to work safely in the above working conditions 

  • Able to work the above shift/hours  

  • Able to meet the above travel requirements 

  • Able to read, write and communicate (speak, hear and understand) English 

  • Able to work indoors primarily at a work bench, equipment bay, installation garage or Radio Frequency (RF) transmission facility 

  • Able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs 

  • Able to visually distinguish colors - red, blue, green, yellow​​​​ 

  • Possess a valid state issued driver’s license 

  • Experience doing soldering work  

  • Able to read and understand electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic diagrams and schematics 

  • 2 years minimum of verifiable electronics experience or post-high school training 

  • Able to use hands and use hand tools to perform activities involving holding, grasping, turning and pulling 

  • Able to climb on/off equipment 

  • Able to occasionally work on top of locomotives and other equipment 

  • Able to bend, walk, stand and sit occasionally with breaks 

  • Follow safety policies and procedures; wear required personal protective equipment  

  • Must successfully complete company administered Fall Protection Training 

 

TRAINING 

  • Company paid on-the-job training 

 

RELOCATION 

  • Assistance not available 

 

UNION 

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 

  • Dues required per union agreement 

 

PROBATIONARY PERIOD 

  • 120 Days 

BENEFITS:

BNSF Employees receive a competitive benefit package.
 
All positions require pre-employment background verification, medical review and pre-employment drug screen.
 
BNSF Railway is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
 
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION ELEMENTS:
  •     Criminal history 
  •     Last 7 years of driving history
  •     Last 5 years of employment history to include military service
  •     Social Security number
  •     Education
 
MEDICAL REVIEW ELEMENTS:
  •     Medical evaluation
  •     Drug Screen
  •     Other elements as needed
 
DRUG TEST ELEMENTS:
 
BNSF is committed to a safe and drug free work place and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing. All new hires are required to undergo a hair drug test which detects the presence of illegal drugs for months prior to testing. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping BNSF safe and drug free.
 

Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC): Federal authority requires BNSF employees, whose work requires unescorted access to secure areas of port facilities, to obtain a TWIC. A TWIC is a condition of employment for such positions and requires candidates to those positions to submit to a TSA security assessment (to include, but not limited to, providing: biographic information; identity documents; fingerprints; digital photograph). More information is available at http://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic.

 

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