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Technical Sales Support

Apr 20, 17
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If you have not worked for a low voltage integration company please DO NOT respond to this posting.

MUST BE EXPERIENCED WITH THE FOLLOWING DUTIES:

Dispatching technical services
Project Management of ongoing work
Technical Writing
Visio Technical
MS Outlook
Creating materials list for new projects
Negotiating contractor pay rates, etc.
Ideal candidate would work across several departments of the company to ensure that workflow is continuing as anticipated.

Work with Sales Dept. to prepare quotes.

Work with Technical Writing Dept. to ensure clear Scope-of-work (SOW).

Work with CAD Dept. to ensure accurate drawings and diagrams.

Work with Accounting Dept. to ensure that we have the correct materials ordered for each dispatch/project.

Able to interface with our clients to gather intel on dispatch work and projects.

Able to work with Vendor relations to establish technical partners across the USA.

** KNOW ALL ASPECTS OF A TECHNOLOGY COMPANY **

Job Type: Part-time

Job Location: Canton, GA 30115

Required education: High school or equivalent

Required experience:

TECHNICAL SALES SUPPORT: 3 years
TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DISPATCHING: 3 years
SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: 5 years
PRE-SALES SUPPORT: 1 year
TECHNICAL SERVICES PROJECT MANAGEMENT: 3 years

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Eagles nesting in South Georgia, Berry College

Jan 04, 17
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Local eagle cam streaming from Mt. Berry, Ga.

WATCH LIVE: Local 'eagle cam' streaming from Mt. Berry, Ga. Eaglet watch is on!

Posted by 11Alive on Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Voltage Drop Table

Jun 14, 16
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Are you using the correct kind of wire for those longer cable runs to avoid EXCESSIVE VOLTAGE DROP?

Check this voltage drop table to make sure you have the correct gauge wire.

T1 Extensions – bet you didn’t know…

Sep 23, 15
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It seems that there is a lot of incorrect information floating around about T1 extensions, like:
you can extend a T1 cable using a single Cat.5e or Cat.6 cable – WRONG!

T1 circuits are not like a normal data circuit on a network.

If you are extending the T1 and want to use Cat.5e or Cat.6 cable then you must run two (2) cables.

One cable for the transmit and one cable for the receive.

THE CABLE CAN ONLY EXTEND UP TO 50 FT.

You can use a two (2) pair individually shielded cable, specifically designed for the T1 circuit, up to 300 ft.

Take a look at this document for some of the tech details —-> T1 Specifications

Let’s sharpen our skills and get things right!

De-Mystifying Cabling Specifications, from Cat.5e to Cat7a

Mar 23, 15
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New Logo - No Company Info 9-9-09 SmallerGreat article to provide a clearer understanding of the cabling specifications from Cat.5e thru Cat.7a

Article: De-Mystifying Cabling Specifications, from Cat.5e to Cat7a

CONNECTING THE WORLD TO A HIGHER STANDARD

Siemon Internet site

Sign Up to become an Authorized Partner Resource

Mar 20, 15
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If you are an experienced technician and would like to join our team as a “Authorized Partner Resource” then
CLICK HERE to complete our “Intake Form”.

 

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LOOKS LIKE A GREAT START

Our “Tool Time Girl” Chelsea

Cable Sleeves

Here’s what it looks like on paper.

Another day at the office…

Time to start punching down cables