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Top Line Installer-Repairer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Line Installer-Repairer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Line Installer-Repairer resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.1% of Line Installer-Repairer resumes contained Fiber Optic as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Line Installer-Repairer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Line Installer-Repairer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Fiber Optic

high Demand
Here's how Fiber Optic is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Performed testing and troubleshooting of newly installed fiber optic cables and related networking systems.
  • Pulled and installed data, telephone and fiber optic cables in hospital, school and church environments.
  • Installed audio, video, and fiber optic cable from broadcast compound to venue sites as needed for 2002 Winter Olympics.
  • Involved in all phases of the construction aspect of fiber optic line installation.
  • Established fiber optic lines, punched down on 110/66 blocks and patch panels.
  • Installed data, voice and fiber optic cables for commercial and industrial customers, using electrician tools and test equipment.

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2. String Line

high Demand
Here's how String Line is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Accessed specific areas to string lines or install terminal boxes,
  • Accessed specific areas to string lines and installed terminal boxes, auxiliary equipment and appliances.

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3. Test Results

high Demand
Here's how Test Results is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Tested and Troubleshot cabling systems, documented test results, enter/downloaded data from tester into computer systems.
  • Inspected and tested lines and cables, recorded and analyzed test results.
  • Documented test results and safety reports as appropriate.

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4. Hand Tools

high Demand
Here's how Hand Tools is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Spliced cables using hand tools and epoxy, placed insulation over conductors and sealed splices with moisture-proof covering.

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5. Electronic Equipment

high Demand
Here's how Electronic Equipment is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Operated hand power tools for cabling support systems, General technical knowledge of electric or electronic equipment and systems
  • Performed monthly maintenance checks on all electronic equipment to ensure all devices have full capabilities.
  • Traveled to commercial sites to install, maintain, and repair electronic equipment.
  • Assisted in pulling cables and installing various electronic equipment.
  • Performed equipment adjustments to isolate and detect issues Inspected, disassembled, repaired, and reassembled electronic equipment

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6. Repair Audio

average Demand
Here's how Repair Audio is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Traveled to customers' premises to install, maintain, and repair audio and visual electronic reception equipment and accessories.

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7. Electronic Reception Equipment

average Demand
Here's how Electronic Reception Equipment is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Traveled to customers' premises to install, maintain, or repair audio and visual electronic reception equipment or accessories.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired audio and visual electronic reception equipment and accessories.

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8. Signal Strength

average Demand
Here's how Signal Strength is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Operated Fluke diagnostic equipment to verify signal strength at or above specification within installed cabling racks.
  • Tested installation by confirming polarity of signal strength.
  • Measured television signal strength at utility pole.
  • Measured signal strength at amplifiers and at customer's terminal boxes, using field strength meter.
  • Measured signal strength at utility pole, using electronic test equipment.
  • Repaired and replaced worn components to ensure acceptable signal strength.

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9. Assess Transmission Characteristics

average Demand
Here's how Assess Transmission Characteristics is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Inspected and tested lines and cables, recorded and analyzed test results to assess transmission characteristics and locate faults.
  • Inspected and tested lines and cables to assess transmission characteristics and locate faults or malfunctions.

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10. Communications Transmissions

average Demand
Here's how Communications Transmissions is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Installed equipment such as amplifiers or repeaters to maintain the strength of communications transmissions.

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11. Install Terminal Boxes

low Demand
Here's how Install Terminal Boxes is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Accessed specific areas to install terminal boxes, by climbing poles or ladders.

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12. Utility Poles

low Demand
Here's how Utility Poles is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Assisted linemen with the installation of fiber optic cable on utility poles in Lee, Scott and Wise Counties in Virginia.
  • Climbed 30ft ladder to connect cable at utility poles using a safety harness and other safety equipment.
  • Climbed utility poles to hook up the signal connecting to the customers' homes4.
  • Used 32ft ladders to climb utility poles to reconnect cable at the tap.
  • Installed aerial cable for AT&T on utility poles.
  • Installed fiber optics for customers Installed fiber on utility poles Read maps and schematics

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13. Additional Resistance

low Demand
Here's how Additional Resistance is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Computed impedance of wires from poles to houses in order to determine additional resistance needed for reducing signals to desired levels.

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14. Ethernet

low Demand
Here's how Ethernet is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Assisted in Ethernet cable installation across thirteen apartment complexes, while under the direction of the Company's President.
  • Acquired the skills to install category 3&5 Ethernet and coax cable.
  • Connected Ethernet cables to network switch and verified connectivity of internal network.
  • Installed over 10,000 feet of Ethernet cables while serving as a secondary helpdesk technician.
  • installed coax cable, phone and ethernet lines.

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15. Mechanical Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Ensured operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Spliced cables, using hand tools, epoxy, and mechanical equipment.
  • Used hand tools and mechanical equipment Worked from aerial buckets.
  • Used hand tools, mechanical equipment and testing instruments.
  • Spliced cables, using hand tools, epoxy, or mechanical equipment and fiber fusion splicer's.
  • Spliced cables, using hand tools, epoxy, or mechanical equipment.

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16. DIG

low Demand
Here's how DIG is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Installed and trouble shot analog and digital phone lines.

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17. Hardware

low Demand
Here's how Hardware is used in Line Installer-Repairer jobs:
  • Installed hardware, such as conduits, pipes and wire.

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17 Most Common Skill For A Line Installer-Repairer

Fiber Optic14.1%
String Line8.2%
Test Results7.1%
Hand Tools7.1%
Electronic Equipment7.1%
Repair Audio5.9%
Electronic Reception Equipment5.9%
Signal Strength5.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Line Installer-Repairer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic
14.1%
14.1%
2
2
String Line
String Line
8.2%
8.2%
3
3
Test Results
Test Results
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
7.1%
7.1%
5
5
Electronic Equipment
Electronic Equipment
7.1%
7.1%
6
6
Repair Audio
Repair Audio
5.9%
5.9%
7
7
Electronic Reception Equipment
Electronic Reception Equipment
5.9%
5.9%
8
8
Signal Strength
Signal Strength
5.9%
5.9%
9
9
Assess Transmission Characteristics
Assess Transmission Characteristics
5.9%
5.9%
10
10
Communications Transmissions
Communications Transmissions
4.7%
4.7%
11
11
Install Terminal Boxes
Install Terminal Boxes
4.7%
4.7%
12
12
Utility Poles
Utility Poles
4.7%
4.7%
13
13
Additional Resistance
Additional Resistance
4.7%
4.7%
14
14
Ethernet
Ethernet
3.5%
3.5%
15
15
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
3.5%
3.5%
16
16
DIG
DIG
3.5%
3.5%
17
17
Hardware
Hardware
3.5%
3.5%

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