PORTLAND, Maine — Tilson, a Portland-based IT and Telecom services company, recently added several new members to its team.
Jason Sacco, of Dudley, Mass., was hired as a Senior Consultant on Tilson network team. Jason has more than 16 years of experience in constructing high capacity optical networks for telecom carriers. Prior to joining Tilson, Jason was a project manager and field engineer at Earthlink Business.
Cameron McNutt, of Brunswick, Maine, was hired as a Consultant in Tilson’s utilities division. Prior to joining Tilson, Cameron was a lead field technician for Trilliant Networks. Cameron has over five years of experience in radio frequency testing, troubleshooting, installation and maintenance
Jeff Coffin, of Rockland, Maine, was hired as a Consultant in Tilson’s utilities division. Jeff joins Tilson after many years with Midcoast Internet. He has experience in installation and troubleshooting of wireless infrastructure, as well as site preparation and tower construction. Jeff is also a Comtrain Certified Tower Safety and Rescue Climber.
Ben Guerette, of Portland, Maine, was hired as a Consultant in Tilson’s wireless division. Ben will work as a project administrator, recruiter, and safety office coordinator. Ben was previously a corporate trainer with a firm in Denver, Colorado. He has a background in communications, onboarding training, data analysis and project scheduling.
About Tilson: Tilson is a high growth (#901 on the inc. 5000), team of telecom and information technology professionals with a world-wide practice. Tilson provides services to industry and government in:
• Information technology, including software development, project management, and information security
• Fiber optic engineering, permitting, and construction management
• Wireless site acquisition, construction, and DAS for mobile carriers, public safety, and smart grid applications
Learn more at www.tilsontech.com
Contact: Joshua Broder at email@example.com or (207) 591-6427
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