Start Your Career in Information and Communications Technology
An Information and Communications Technology (ICT) career at Morley-Moss might be right for you. Our low voltage division is currently hiring ICT professionals at all levels.
We offer competitive pay and benefits, as well as an enriching workplace culture. Operating in the rapidly growing ICT industry, our teams provide structured cabling systems in data centers, hospitals, warehouses, office spaces, and more.
A Career Path Designed for Success
At Morley-Moss, we are committed to growing your career path. You can work from an entry-level associate all the way up to a supervisory role, developing your skills and credentials along on the way.
Learn more about the different job levels below.
No experience required! In this entry-level position, you’ll receive hands-on mentorship from experienced staff. Learn how to install structured cabling and support systems, pull cable, manage materials, basic terminations, and more.
After a year of experience, you can move onto the role of Installer 1. In addition to your basic duties, you’ll install wireless access points, cameras, DAS antennas, and others.
With two years of experience, Installer 2 positions are available to you. You’ll be trained to build out telecom equipment rooms, install equipment racks and termination panels, and learn the challenging termination process.
Installer Technician (3yr)
In the third year of your career, you earn the Installer Technician title. You will read blueprints and lead a small crew of Cable Associates and Installers. Additionally, you’ll be trained in the complex craft of fusion splicing fiber optic cables.
Installer Technician (4yr)
At four years, you’ll advance within the Installer Technician role. Learn to setup and use industry rated test equipment to certify copper and fiber optic structured cabling. You’ll also be trained in the art of cable dressing and patch panel terminating.
With five years under your belt, you’ll reach the benchmark position of Technician. You’ll supervise a crew and manage project installations. Using cutting-edge software, you’ll enter payroll for the crew and review and markup technology blueprints.
The most advanced position in our career path, Project Supervisors have at least ten years of experience in the field. You’ll manage structured cabling projects and be able to supervise crews of up to 30 workers.
We offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continues growth and success. Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled