RCB Industries, Inc. is first and foremost quality and productivity oriented. We believe that to obtain the best results, all employees will learn the installation process as soon as possible. This results in a flexible and well trained crew, and a stimulating work environment. We offer a 401K retirement plan in addition to health insurance, mileage compensation, paid vacation and paid holidays.

You will work for a management team consisting of former technicians each with over 30 years of field experience. We fully understand the industry from Installer to Manager to Customer and work at satisfying all involved.

NOTE: As a condition of employment, all employees will have a background check performed, as well as random drug testing.

Job Title:
  • Cable Installation Apprentice
  • Cable Installer
  • Lead Installer

CABLE INSTALLATION APPRENTICE

We are looking for individuals with the desire to learn a trade that will provide a good income right through retirement. We can hire people with no previous training, and put them to work installing telephone and computer cable.


As a Cable Installation Apprentice you will
  • Learn to read a floor plan
  • Learn cable path preparation
  • Learn cable setup and installation standards and procedures
  • Learn cable termination techniques
  • Learn public address system installation
  • Learn basic testing and troubleshooting
  • Learn safety precautions

Requirements: A willingness to learn a trade and an open mind. Overtime is frequently required due to the nature of the communications industry. A high school diploma or GED is required.

You must have a valid Michigan drivers license, a dependable vehicle and current vehicle insurance. You will purchase basic tools. Work boots, a neat appearance and the ability to follow instructions is required.

CABLE INSTALLER

The cable installer will have at least one (1) year of experience pulling cable. You may or may not have the following skills - we will train you as required.


As a Cable Installer you will
  • Be familiar with cable installation and safety procedures and practices
  • Prepare/install cable pathways and supports
  • Be able to read a floor plan and install cable without added instruction
  • Terminate cable on jacks at the station end
  • Terminate cable on 66M150, BIX, 110 and patch panels at the distribution frame
  • Operate test equipment, including toners, trackers, pair checkers, butt sets, and cable scanners
  • Be familiar with cross-connection and testing of telephones and computers
  • Install public address systems
  • Learn control equipment installation
  • Assist in training less experienced fellow workers

Requirements: A willingness to learn new methods and procedures as well as share your own methods and ideas with others. You will own basic tools and be issued (or purchase) specialized tools. By now you know the nature of this business and its demands.

You must have a valid Michigan drivers license, a dependable vehicle and current vehicle insurance. Work boots, a neat appearance and the ability to follow instructions is required.

LEAD INSTALLER

The lead installer will have at least six (6) years of cable installation experience as well as experience installing telephone, public address and computer systems.


As a Lead Installer you will
  • Be familiar with cable installation and safety procedures and practices
  • Work with your crew during all phases of the installation procedure
  • Follow up on accuracy of cable per the floor plan, and overall quality of the cable plant
  • Be familiar with installation and testing of telephone, public address and computer systems
  • Be certified by specific manufacturers on installation practices for factory warranty
  • Report to project management regarding job status
  • Interface with site foremen and general contractors
  • Assist in evaluating and training fellow employees
  • Be responsible for generating Installation Completion Forms

Requirements: Leadership skills and the ability to motivate others by example while meeting their need for clarity on the expected end results. Interface with main office, and customer contact regarding installation site and customer needs and issues.

You must have a valid Michigan drivers license, a dependable vehicle and current vehicle insurance. Work boots, a neat appearance and the ability to follow and give instructions is required.