L3 Communications Power Paragon Jobs in California
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SUMMARY This position will support the development and maintenance of network communications. Uses knowledge of LAN/WAN systems to help design and install internal and external networks as well as test and evaluate network systems to eliminate problems and make improvements. The employee will be accountable for the planning and engineering of the organization's systems infrastructure. This include...
Power Paragon, a division of L-3 Communications located in Anaheim, CA, manufactures power conversion and distribution systems for military and commercial applications. We also produce unique automatic static transfer switches and a range of uninterruptible power systems for medium, large, and very large commercial power applications. Power Paragon offers a commitment to work/life balance along wi...
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