Data Center Technicians

Outsource is on the hunt for an experienced data center technician for commercial installation projects in the Bay Area.

We represent a majority of the regions most established and fastest growing low voltage contractors, and we are looking for a reliable voice and data cable technician for project based and full time work.

The basic scope of work for the data center tech position includes:

Pulling and routing CAT5 or CAT 6 cable in a data center environment
Perform upgrade/downgrade & replacement of all rackmount server hardware
Rack and Stack work
Dressing and terminating distribution frames (66 or 110 blocks, patch panels)
Testing cable/troubleshooting networking issues
Perform customer emergency requests such as server swaps, patch cable replacement, drive swaps, etc.
Installing support structures ladders, racks, j-hooks.
Pay depending on experience!


Ownership of basic telecom tools: Punch down, snips, wire strippers, cordless drill, Hard Hat, Boots, Safety Glasses, etc.
Familiarity with BICSI, EIA, TIA or NEC Standards.
We have multiple immediate openings, and we're looking for top talent to represent us.

Please send updated resumes in response to this posting!

We pay referrals fees for referrals resulting in placement! If you know any qualified technicians looking for work, send them our way!

Our motto is, "Good people know good people".

Who We Are:

Outsource is one of the nation's leading providers of technical talent for the structured cabling industry. We've been placing cable technicians, project managers, and engineers since 1998, so we know a thing or two about making a good match.

We have 15 offices across the country and other divisions that specialize in other low voltage systems such as security, Audio Visual, HVAC and Fire alarm.

Check us out on the web: www.outsource.net

Outsource is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer.

What we offer:

We offer the option of enrolling for Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

Competitive wages
Weekly Pay
Referral Bonuses (ask your recruiter for details)
Holiday Bonuses (Restrictions apply-ask a recruiter for details)
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