Tower Technicians

Applicants need to be able to climb telecom structures, inspect and/or align antennas, and make minor tower repairs. Applicants must also be self-motivated, possess high energy, and be in fair physical condition (lift 50 pounds). To do the job well, you'll need to have a sharp memory and good attention to detail. If this sounds like you, keep reading!


  • An asset to have civil or technical knowledge
  • Demonstrate safety certificate - job safety training and first aid training will be provided
    during employment.
  • Work at various heights (0’ – 400’ +) and understand the safety implications.
  • Experienced with the Industry standards, Network Construction Standard and best
  • Must have a valid Canadian driver license with a clean driving record
  • Willing to submit to a Criminal Record check
  • Able to go out of town 50% of the time
Please send your cover letter and resume to


Aerial Technicians Wanted

What does an Aerial Technician do? They maintain, construct, and repair the equipment used for electronic communications, wireless devices, phones, radio, and broadband equipment. This work is often performed at heights. They may work on fiber optic lines, transmitters, antennas, and signal processing equipment. They may also operate network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, power meters, and RF generators. Duties revolve around repairing, installing, or building communications equipment. As such, they need to be competent climbers and at ease on tower structures and being supported by ropes. These professionals may need to operate mobile test equipment in order to detect faulty equipment and perform the necessary repairs. They may also travel to remote locations in order to work on devices like switches, distributors, routers, and dialers that may support telephones, cable televisions, Internet connections, and wireless communications.


  • A rope climbing certificate by an accredited provider including rescue techniques
  • Working knowledge of all installation practices
  • Comfortable working at heights
  • Working knowledge of safety standards and regulations as well as fall protection practices and procedures;
  • Able to read blueprint and assembly/installation drawings;
  • An excellent appreciation of safety, discipline and hard work;
  • Familiarity with winch, rope and block hoisting;
  • Physically able to perform all aspects of jobs, including climbing ladders and towers and working on rooftop sites
  • Able to work in all weather conditions, travel extensively, and work long hours where required;
  • Technical ability with either a computer and or telecom background would be desirable;
  • Work well with a team
  • Good communication and organizational skills
  • Able to learn quickly and follow instructions carefully
  • Must hold a G-class driver’s license. A-Restricted or AZ license is an asse
  • Able to speak, read and write English
  • Criminal records check
  • Driving record check

Please send your cover letter and resume to Bob at

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