- Manage and configure all switching, routing, wireless, security, and voice equipment in the network.
- Establishes networking environment by designing system configuration; directing system installation; defining, documenting, and enforcing system standards.
- Maximizes network performance by monitoring performance; troubleshooting network problems and outages; scheduling upgrades; collaborating with network architects on network optimization.
- Secures network system by establishing and enforcing policies; defining and monitoring access.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Accomplishes information systems and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
- Reporting network operational status by gathering, prioritizing information; and managing projects.
- Pulling and termination of twisted pair and coaxial cabling to industry standards.
- Maintain and repair telephony lines and equipment.
- Testing of various elements associated with twisted pair, coaxial, and fiber optic cabling.
- Maintain equipment and parts inventory.
- Perform appropriate data entry, record keeping, and correspondence/documentation.
- Create technical manuals and publications.
- Perform scheduled maintenance on communication network.
- Install and maintain communications subsystems, including Resort-wide grounding & installation of auxiliary equipment for systems and networks.
- Cross-discipline support for other Information Services departments and specialties.
- Tests to determine whether equipment, software and procedures are operating as expected.
- Other duties as assigned.
Must have the ability to:
- Make independent decisions within established guidelines.
- Work independently as well as with a team.
- Initiate fault isolation and other problem-solving techniques
- Document and communicate within all phases of a task or project (both internal to Information Services and with customers).
- Interact and work well under pressure with others, including end users.
- Exercise appropriate privacy and discretion in handling confidential information.
- Ability to lift and move at least 50 pounds, work in confined spaces and at heights over ten feet.
- Ability to distinguish colors (wiring).
- High School Diploma
- Two years’ experience in computer desktop support or other related IT field.
- Knowledge of telecommunications topics and concepts including VoIP, TDM, POTS, POS Systems.
- Due to the nature of data available and systems available to telecommunications technicians,
- The candidate must submit to and pass a background check and not have any convictions or arrests for information crimes or crimes involving violations of trust.
- Network+, ICND 1 or other entry-level network certification.
- Two years’ experience deploying and maintaining analog, digital, and VoIP telecommunications equipment. Extensive experience with Cisco VoIP technologies.
- Knowledge of routing and switching.
- Experience in managing Cisco equipment.
- Working experience in recreational environments.
- Experience with multiple server operating systems to include Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
About Sunrise Park Resort
Sunrise Park Resort is a wholly owned and operated tribal entity of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and is located in Greer, Arizona. Sunrise is Arizona’s premier mountain resort destination. Elevation – 9,200 feet above sea level.
Tribal Hiring Preference:
Sunrise Park Resort applies the White Mountain Apache Tribe’s preference policy. Preference in hiring will be given to qualified candidates who are enrolled tribal members in the White Mountain Apache Tribe or enrolled in other federally recognized tribes.