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Top Tower Hand Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Tower Hand. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Tower Hand resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.1% of Tower Hand resumes contained Osha as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Tower Hand actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Tower Hand resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Osha

high Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked at various heights up to 2000 feet, following all rigging safety and OSHA requirements.
  • Worked in accordance with OSHA and General Dynamics safety procedures.
  • Conducted quarterly safety inspections of equipment, including rigging, according to OSHA specifications.
  • Followed all safety precautions essential to OSHA regulations.
  • Coordinated and implemented all courses that applied to the well-being technicians in the field within OSHA regulations and compliance.
  • Ensured compliance with all company policies and procedures, as well as additional legal regulatory requirements (i.e., OSHA).

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2. CPR

high Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Exceeded expectations Skills Used Competent climber/rescue, CPR, first aid, DOT, OSHA 10, basic rigging principles.
  • Certified in CPR, High End Rescue.
  • Comtrained certified climber as well as competent rigger certified also first aid and CPR trained with B.B.P.
  • Gained my blimbers card, flangers card and CPR first aid.
  • Certfied in RF Awareness, CPR/AED, Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Constructed and decommisioned cell phone towers and sites, organized shop, received safety and cpr training.

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3. RF

high Demand
Here's how RF is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Performed all necessary job requirements.
  • Assisted and performed daily tasks consisting of vehicle maintenance and equipment safety inspection and performance checks of all safety equipment.
  • Traveled across Texas, and New Mexico working from sun up to sun down to perform maintenance on towers.
  • Assisted in troubleshooting of RF and power lines failures to determine disruptions in major cities around Texas.
  • Generated daily logs and reports of all activities, including detailed summaries and pictures of work performed.
  • Required to climb towers to heights of over 400 ft. to perform necessary installations and/or maintenance.
  • Demonstrated and ensured my team worked safe and hand on proper PPE needed for job performed.
  • Performed install, upgrade and maintenance on T-Mobile and AT&T cell tower sites
  • Performed land cultivation for site with skid steer, mini excavator and backhoe.
  • Performed all services need to repair or build cell phone and radio towers.
  • Carried heavy tools and equipment up tower to perform installation or maintenance.
  • Gathered equipment and supplies needed to perform the tasks for each day.
  • Performed installation, mod work, and stacked a tower.
  • Performed Installations for Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.
  • Performed tasks at heights in excess of 400 feet.
  • Erected ice bridges, performed co-locations of cell systems.
  • Performed reconnaissance of future sites for field operations.
  • Performed installation and repairs on lighting systems.
  • Performed TMO Modernization on all Nokia equipment.
  • Promoted ahead of schedule based on performance.

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4. Comtrain

high Demand
Here's how Comtrain is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Completed Tower climbing safety and tower rescue through COMTRAIN.
  • Certified in all aspects of tower climbing and safety through Comtrain.
  • Completed Comtrain school for high altitude tower technician.
  • Certified as a ComTrain safety and rescue insrtuctor.
  • 74136Experienced in rigging tower, installing equipment, installing power and cat5/6,Comtrained safty/rescue certificates, 10 hours OSHO training

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5. Anritsu

high Demand
Here's how Anritsu is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Operated Anritsu sweep gear, PIM testing gear, Fiber testing.
  • Performed Anritsu testing and fiber tests on hybrids.
  • Operated equipment such as cathead and Anritsu D and E series.
  • Performed sweeps using ANRITSU Spectrum Analyzer.
  • Utilized Anritsu to troubleshoot weak signals
  • Performed and reported all fiber optic and Anritsu/PIM cable sweep test data, as well as all site closeout photos.

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6. Umts

high Demand
Here's how Umts is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Managed construction projects for Clear wire projects in Nashville, T-Mobile (UMTS) in Atlanta, Knoxville, Kentucky.
  • Worked on T Mobile UMTS project.
  • Involved with the broad-scale AT&T UMTS 3G upgrade in the Tennessee and Georgia markets.
  • Involved in many aspects of AT&T (mostly UMTS) build outs
  • Installed temporary site COW, full AT&T UMTS build from start to finish.
  • Facilitated aerial modifications and installations for the Atlanta sector Cingular Wireless UMTS build-out.

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7. Ice Bridge

high Demand
Here's how Ice Bridge is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Secured lines on tower and ice bridges to buildings.
  • Installed ice bridge, waive guide ladder, booms, and a steel mods.

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8. Transmission Lines

high Demand
Here's how Transmission Lines is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Climbed and rigged cell towers to perform maintenance on tower and tower mounted equipment and transmission lines.
  • Assisted in the erection of transmission towers, installation of tower hardware and stringing of transmission lines and cables.
  • Worked in machine shop building transmission lines, bullets, elements, and tuning elements.
  • Tested transmission lines with the use on an Anritzu.

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9. Hand Tools

high Demand
Here's how Hand Tools is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Used power tools and hand tools daily, operated a hoist, and executed a variety of rope work.
  • Used hand tools to replace and repair defective parts.
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective or worn parts, and reassembled equipment, using hand tools.
  • Examined electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tightened connections, using hand tools.
  • Measured, cut, and bent wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Used testing equipment, computers, hand tools, electrician's tools and power tools.

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10. PIM

high Demand
Here's how PIM is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Assisted sweep and PIM testing.
  • Advanced in climbing/safety procedures -Operated sweep master and PIM gear -Took ground photos for the sweepvault -Hanging booms -Troubleshooting -Cut overs
  • Worked with 850/1900 frequency PIM gear numerous times and can fully operate.
  • Operated digital test equipment, including both PIM and Sweep gear for UMTS GSM LTE and AWS cell technologies.
  • Assisted in PIM, Sweep, and fiber testing.
  • Performed Sweeps, PIM testing and troubleshooting.

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11. Antenna

high Demand
Here's how Antenna is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Installed antennas on communication towers and rooftops.
  • Repelled off buildings for antenna installation purposes.
  • Installed wireless broadband antennas and equipment.
  • Assisted in removing and installing antennas/equipment.
  • Installed lines and antennas, built and stacked guyed and self support towers and tested lines for VSWR and insertion loss.
  • Developed the knowledge of tower construction, safety procedures, microwave lines, antennas, crossovers, and other cellular installation.
  • Performed rigging, Knot tying, top hat assembly, weatherproofing, grounding of radios antennas and tower to grounding ring,
  • Climbed cellular telephone tower to install, upgrade, and repair network antennas and other equipment as needed.
  • Preformed maintenance on communication towers, worked on antennas and lighting systems of AM/FM and TV towers.
  • Performed antenna and coaxial cable installation of various communication site locations, to include towers and rooftops.
  • Serviced problems with antennas and microwave dishes Install new antennas Load materials for daily work in truck
  • Climbed up to 500 ft. to change light bulbs, align antennas and upgrade satellite systems.
  • Serviced Towers, used basic tool and winches to put up antennas, run cables and coax
  • Installed up-top equipment including mast, bracing, supports, antennas, amplifiers, etc.
  • Climbed the towers and dismantled the old antennas and put up the new antennas.
  • Constructed Verizon cell towers from ground up including concrete work and safely installing antennas.
  • Installed antennas and radios for contracted cell phone service providers on cell phone towers.
  • Performed ice bridge construction, weatherproofing, fiber testing and testing lines and antennas.
  • Replaced antennas, weatherproofing, replace jumpers, and replace or fix connectors.
  • Installed antennas and radios on cell towers as well as installed coax cable.

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12. Communication Towers

high Demand
Here's how Communication Towers is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Constructed steel communication towers and electronic systems for cellular communications.
  • Erected and decommissioned telecommunication towers and equipment that serviced those towers.
  • Operated heavy equipment for construction and erection of communication towers.
  • Provided structural modifications on telecommunication towers and foundations.
  • Modified, Maintained, and Audited Telecommunication Towers.
  • Maintained equipment on communication towers.

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13. Fiber Optic

average Demand
Here's how Fiber Optic is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Performed fiber tests using specified fiber optics testing equipment.
  • Installed, maintained, and operated wired, wireless, fiber optic and microwave telecommunications equipment and systems.
  • Installed fiber optic Wi-Fi nodes on telephone poles in the greater Boston area.
  • Tested fiber optic cables for new site builds.
  • Serviced cell phone towers * Installation of fiber optic wiring * Installed satellite dishes
  • Installed and troubleshot coaxial cable and fiber optic cables.

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14. Safety Equipment

average Demand
Here's how Safety Equipment is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Climbed towers and performed maintenance and upgrades with proper safety equipment.
  • Utilized safety equipment and climbed towers up to 200 feet.
  • Worked from extreme heights, inspected and used safety equipment.
  • Maintained operational communications throughout the statewide network using safety equipment and hand, power, and specialty tools.

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15. Crew Members

average Demand
Here's how Crew Members is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Trained new crew members on installation of dishes along with supporting cable runs and properly grounding all cables.
  • Worked with foreman to ensure all crew members had duties and completed them properly and safely.
  • Supervised team of 3 to 6 crew members and managed to job cost - Ensured safe practices on all job sites
  • traveled to different sites for maintenance and repairs.was responsible for transporting crew members to different sites.
  • Provided detailed documentation of clean - up activities and assured safety guidelines were followed by all crew members.

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16. LTE

average Demand
Here's how LTE is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Based in New JerseyInstalling LTE's for AT&T & SprintCertified as a Climber/Rescuer in Patterson, NJ/ ComTrain Certified 8870-52878-57
  • Installed antennas, power, and coaxial cables from the antennas to the shelter at the base of the tower.
  • Learned how to install telecommunications radio heads and antennas, mostly working on Sprint 4G LTE equipment.
  • Involved in Sprint 4 G LTE upgrades, using Samsung Equipment in Denver's market.
  • Worked on mostly T-Mobile doing everything from full U1900/LTE/L700 builds to maintenance (tiger team)
  • Climbed 500+ feet to install/repair LTE antennas and microwave dishes on cellular service towers.
  • Worked with cranes and crew to stack towers and set equipment shelters.
  • Performed upgrade by installing GSM/UMTS/LTE/AWG fiber optic lines and Air2100 antennas.
  • Removed old antennas and installed new LTE antennas.
  • Installed and built equipment for AT&T's LTE and Dishes for Verizon.
  • Installed 4G LTE equipment on monopoles, guy towers, as well as self-supporting towers in the NJ market.
  • Preformed ground work and support for installations of 4 G LTE hardware in the New York State market.
  • Climbed cell phone towers and roof tops to hang and replace RF antennas LTE, GSM, Consolidation
  • certified Sweep test (not proficient) Familiar in all aspects of the T-mo LTE M.O.D.
  • Replaced LTEs, T line, Upgrades, Replaced and realigning Dishes to receive transmission.
  • covered all areas from pouring pads, to setting shelter, and stacking towers.
  • Wired "squid, " terminated conductors in carrier shelter's/9 Cord and fish paper.
  • Installed AT&T LTE proficiently Power and fiber application Learned PPC/Andrews connectors

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17. Verizon

average Demand
Here's how Verizon is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Inspected, built and repaired cellular phone towers for Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T.
  • Worked mainly on AT&T, but have limited experience with T-mobile and Verizon.
  • Installed and maintained microwave dish systems and lighting systems for Verizon and AT&T.
  • Updated cell phone towers to 4g for sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile.
  • Climbed, Upgraded, Maintained Cell phone towers for AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-mobile.
  • Serviced: C Sprire, T - Mobile and Verizon Responsibilities: Daily Management of Crew on active sites.
  • Authorized Climber and rescuer, towerhand- checking safety equipment, rigging, decalms, installs for t-mobile and Verizon.
  • preformed 2C & 3C upgrades for Verizon and AT&T at 300' and above.

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18. Radio Heads

average Demand
Here's how Radio Heads is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked with tower crews working on site in the tower to replace radio heads and other equipment up top.

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19. Top Hand

average Demand
Here's how Top Hand is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Started as top hand for my crew two months after starting here.
  • Obtained responsibility as Top Hand, expressing leadership on top of the tower build under Foreman.
  • Promoted to Top Hand in less than a year.
  • Served as a top hand to ensure tower work was done in a timely manner.
  • Promoted to "Top Hand" on 11-15-11 where I was responsible in helping the crew chief train new employees.

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20. RRU

average Demand
Here's how RRU is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Wired Squids and RRU radio heads.
  • Installed microwave dishes, power, fiber, raycaps, and RRU s. Path microwave dishes.
  • Conducted and Lead VPW Audits Blocking/Dressing in coax, RRU mounting instal with fiber, power and RET config/setting.

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21. PPE

average Demand
Here's how PPE is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Ordered and shipped supplies to crews, conducted inventory of materials in warehouse.
  • Placed copper and fiber cables for voice and data indoors and outdoors.

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22. TMA

average Demand
Here's how TMA is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Mounted RRU's, TMA's, Hoffman boxes and Squids for LTE installs.
  • Replaced tma and anttennas Site audit.
  • installed TMA,S Diplexers/Triplexers/Quadplexers.

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23. Trouble Shooting

average Demand
Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Assisted in trouble shooting and perfermed installation.
  • Installed and completed Sprint- AT&T systems Rigging Grounding Site builds Testing sites out Trouble shooting systems

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24. COM

average Demand
Here's how COM is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Performed maintenance on cellular service towers as well as observed and assisted in multiple tower construction operations to improve communication systems.
  • Worked for various contractors installing/decommissioning equipment and booms off of towers and completing PMI/Tower mapping.
  • Worked with high tech electronic equipment needed for assembly of telecommunication towers.
  • Ensured required documentation is completed for turnover of site to management.
  • Optimized efficiency through facilitation of comprehensive training to new employees.
  • Handled expensive test equipment necessary for job completion.
  • Completed self-recovery and assisted recovery course through Zenith.
  • Worked in a team environment on the crew and became a valued member of the team and the company.
  • Ensured the tower safety of the crew which included mandating all crew members complied with industry safety standards.
  • Conducted tower audits to ensure systems were in compliance and up to code for final inspection.
  • Learned from the ground up how to build and maintain cellular towers and all associated components.
  • Provided basic maintenance on existing cell sites, rooftops, towers, and inside communication structures.
  • Started out as a tower hand and moved to maintenance after HCU to Lubes Turnaround Completed
  • Participated in three complete tower builds from the ground up consisting of over 30,000 lbs.
  • Completed sawing, sanding, trimming, routing, cleaning and bonding duties.
  • Completed at least 75 jobs with a combined estimated total of million dollars.
  • Performed SSC power cut over, Commissioning & Integration, and climbed tower.
  • Evaluated the job sites and communications equipment, secured and protected as required.
  • Worked with foreman to ensure all duties were completed properly and safely.
  • Captured close-out photos and labeled them from computer to email to supervisor.

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25. Site Audits

average Demand
Here's how Site Audits is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Performed in-house AT&T site audits.
  • Completed several line of site surveys, and site audits.
  • Traveled Upstate New York area performing site audits for future 3G installations on new and existing towers and networks.
  • Performed site audits and redline correction of site drawing
  • Installed extra tower support and did site audits for T-mobile and Cingular.

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26. GSM

low Demand
Here's how GSM is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Cleaned, maintained, and installed new and existing fiber runs for GSM, LTE and AWS cell technologies.
  • Experienced in the installation of GSM, UMTS, LTE and AWS technology.
  • Involved in the Sprint 65 MHz audits and installs, AT&T UMTS, GSM, and LTE installs.
  • Conducted Troubleshooting and repairs on AT&T LTE, GSM, and UMTS Technologies.
  • Provided support to Sprint, At&t and T-Moble Troubleshoot LTE and GSM telecommunication circuits.

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27. CAD

low Demand
Here's how CAD is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Performed the grounding, termination, proper bolting and antioxidant use, support of leads, cadwelding as required.
  • Gained basic knowledge of RF systems and technology.-Gained basic construction experience in project planning, material planning and cadwelding.
  • Installed coax, weatherproof connections, groundingkits and cadwelded while adhering to.
  • Experienced with cad welding, and APS or Sun sight azimuth alignment tools.
  • Used simple CAD welding in the grounding of cell towers and components.
  • Performed the CAD Welds for the grounding at base of towers.

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28. Coax Lines

low Demand
Here's how Coax Lines is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked with 1/2, 7/8& 1-5/8 coax lines, fiber and power.
  • Imapped and inspected various towers, and was responsible for terminating, grounding and connecting all coax lines.
  • Operated test equipment to monitor light levels and DB loss with fiber and coax lines.
  • Installed grounding kits for new coax lines.
  • Installed lighting systems on new and existing towers and I was responsible for terminating, grounding and connecting all coax lines.
  • Installed HP microwave dishes and ran coax lines for system.

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29. Rig

low Demand
Here's how Rig is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Assembled platforms, installed pegs, and craned and rigged towers.
  • Learned basic rigging and climbing skills using approved equipment.
  • Operated capstan hoist, rigging, load ropes.
  • Experienced with riggging and wiring OVP with hybrid cables.
  • Showed them how to tie knots, showed then how to rig, more less trained them on my own.
  • Assembled hoisting equipment and rigging, such as cables, pulleys and hooks, to move heavy equipment and materials.

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30. Cell Sites

low Demand
Here's how Cell Sites is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked closely with team members to ensure smooth and efficient construction of cell sites.
  • Mentored team members to deliver on-time, safe, and quality cell sites.
  • Demonstrated team cohesiveness while working within a Tiger Team on Cell Sites.
  • Climbed towers up to 150 feet, tower repelling, quality assurance checks, troubleshoot cell sites for various issues.
  • Used a wide variety of tools to build and maintain cell sites at high altitude with very limited working space.
  • Worked and traveled in the field to either upgrade, decommission, or troubleshoot issues on Sprint cell sites.

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31. Weather Conditions

low Demand
Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked in all weather conditions inside and outside.
  • Performed innovative and outstanding work at heights in excess of 750' in all types of extreme weather conditions.
  • Climbed monopoles, self-supporting towers and guide towers, in all weather conditions safely.
  • constructed cellular towers and cellular sites worked in extreme weather conditions
  • Worked in tight/uncomfortable highly elevated areas in all weather conditions with multiple hand and power tools.
  • Worked in all weather conditions at all times of the day and night over all of New England.

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32. JSA

low Demand
Here's how JSA is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked in a team as a leader and assistant, also conducted safety meetings and filled out JSA forms.
  • Submitted JSA and daily time and expense reports.
  • Learned other safety skills as jsa paperwork site safety overviews.
  • Drafted pre-task plans and JSAs.

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33. New Builds

low Demand
Here's how New Builds is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Installed all equipment from new builds to Mods with all carriers
  • Worked for AT&T new builds and upgrades.
  • Climbed towers for inspection and maintenance Installed and rigged new builds for Sprint Communications Installed hybrid cables
  • Rigged, climbed, decommissioned new builds Installed hybrid cellphone tower lines Replaced copper-coaxial cables with microwave dishes Operated catheads and winches

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34. ATT

low Demand
Here's how ATT is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Maintained outstanding attendance and excellent safety record.
  • Attached the tower sections together and torqued them to certain specifications, set by the manufacture.
  • Exemplified a positive attitude as a team member for a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • Installed latter racks, earthquake braces, cabinets, bus bars and components.
  • Attended safety training and applied safe guards in all situations.
  • Installed, attached, and supported hybrid cables.
  • Replaced back up batteries in radio cabinets.
  • Worked on Monopoles, Lattice towers, Rooftops, Guyed wire towers, and Monopines/Stealth towers.
  • Assisted on troubleshoots by climbing tower and attaching loads for pim and arritsu gear.
  • assisted line and antanae in preparation of lattice latters and preparing booms with antanae for raising.

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35. Heavy Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Learned necessary skills to work around heavy equipment and other high risk situations
  • Operated light and heavy equipment for excavation.
  • Experienced loading and operating heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including: dump trucks, cranes, forklifts, boom trucks, winches, trenchers.
  • Worked with heavy equipment at times and had responsibilities to read SOW and blueprints and to build out accordingly.
  • Serviced and installed towers throughout New England Region Used heavy equipment to assist in construction of new T-Mobile sites

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36. Safety Procedures

low Demand
Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Followed all company safety procedures and policies.
  • Maintained and enforced safety procedures and inspected climbing gear and tools before use.
  • Followed stringent safety procedures and worked among a team to meet tight deadlines.
  • Learned safety procedures, rules & language quickly.
  • Trained in safety procedures; First Aid certified.
  • Installed and maintained cell towers* Adopted safety procedures while 100 feet above ground* Practiced teamwork to effectively insure safety and successful installations

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37. Connectors

low Demand
Here's how Connectors is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Installed cables and connectors to radios.

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38. AWS

low Demand
Here's how AWS is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Used industry tools such as power drills, power grinders, power saws, pressure cleaners.
  • Shaped or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Operated and used hand tools, heavy equipment, chain saws, prunes, and handsaws.
  • Operated tools such as hoists and saws.
  • Used various tools such as saws, wrenches, power tools, light machinery.
  • Operated power saws, planers, jointers, routers and pneumatic equipment.

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39. New Equipment

low Demand
Here's how New Equipment is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Referenced RSDF, Blueprints, and building code for new equipment layout and installation.

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40. Cellular Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Cellular Equipment is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Climbed towers, installed and repaired microwave and cellular equipment.
  • Climbed and installed cellular equipment per carrier's specs.
  • Prepped work sites Climbed cell towers Upgraded cellular equipment for AT&T

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41. Heavy Machinery

low Demand
Here's how Heavy Machinery is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Operated multiple types of heavy machinery.
  • used heavy machinery to trench telco runs, powered argus cabinets and d/c 12's.
  • Qualified to operated heavy machinery, including back hoe, man lifts, JLG lifts.

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42. Hand Signals

low Demand
Here's how Hand Signals is used in Tower Hand jobs:
  • Worked with Crane operators to set tower equipment in place with pinpoint accuracy hand signals and handheld radios.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Tower Hand

Osha10.1%
CPR10%
RF9.4%
Comtrain9%
Anritsu8.7%
Umts8.5%
Ice Bridge8.2%
Transmission Lines8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Tower Hand

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Osha
Osha
10.1%
10.1%
2
2
CPR
CPR
10%
10%
3
3
RF
RF
9.4%
9.4%
4
4
Comtrain
Comtrain
9%
9%
5
5
Anritsu
Anritsu
8.7%
8.7%
6
6
Umts
Umts
8.5%
8.5%
7
7
Ice Bridge
Ice Bridge
8.2%
8.2%
8
8
Transmission Lines
Transmission Lines
8%
8%
9
9
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
5.4%
5.4%
10
10
PIM
PIM
5.1%
5.1%
11
11
Antenna
Antenna
4.4%
4.4%
12
12
Communication Towers
Communication Towers
4.2%
4.2%
13
13
Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Safety Equipment
Safety Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
15
15
Crew Members
Crew Members
0.8%
0.8%
16
16
LTE
LTE
0.7%
0.7%
17
17
Verizon
Verizon
0.6%
0.6%
18
18
Radio Heads
Radio Heads
0.5%
0.5%
19
19
Top Hand
Top Hand
0.5%
0.5%
20
20
RRU
RRU
0.3%
0.3%
21
21
PPE
PPE
0.3%
0.3%
22
22
TMA
TMA
0.3%
0.3%
23
23
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
0.2%
0.2%
24
24
COM
COM
0.2%
0.2%
25
25
Site Audits
Site Audits
0.2%
0.2%
26
26
GSM
GSM
0.2%
0.2%
27
27
CAD
CAD
0.1%
0.1%
28
28
Coax Lines
Coax Lines
0.1%
0.1%
29
29
Rig
Rig
0.1%
0.1%
30
30
Cell Sites
Cell Sites
0.1%
0.1%
31
31
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.1%
0.1%
32
32
JSA
JSA
0.1%
0.1%
33
33
New Builds
New Builds
0.1%
0.1%
34
34
ATT
ATT
0.1%
0.1%
35
35
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.1%
0.1%
36
36
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.1%
0.1%
37
37
Connectors
Connectors
0.1%
0.1%
38
38
AWS
AWS
0.1%
0.1%
39
39
New Equipment
New Equipment
0.1%
0.1%
40
40
Cellular Equipment
Cellular Equipment
0.1%
0.1%
41
41
Heavy Machinery
Heavy Machinery
0.1%
0.1%
42
42
Hand Signals
Hand Signals
0.1%
0.1%

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