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Fibre Engineer

Employer
Logic Resourcing Ltd
Location
Carlisle, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
1 Dec 2020

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

We've partnered with a fast-growing Ultrafast Broadband provider who are looking for an experienced Fibre Engineer to join them in the early stages of growth.

The company itself offers one of the most advanced fibre network solutions in the UK providing "True Fibre" direct to the router.

They predominantly supply the new build / housing developments ensuring the products are live prior the residents moving in. As such, Projects can be diverse, and the ideal candidate would have extensive experience with Fibre Network Builds (FTTP/FTTH) including building joints, nodes, splicing, customer installations and everything in between.

This is a regional role covering areas in and around of Carlisle so flexibility to travel will be required.

What You'll do:

Reporting to the Field Manager you will install, connect, and test optical fibre cable across the network.

Other Info:

• Salary - £25,000 - £28,000 depending on experience

• Company pension scheme.

• Company van, fuel card, laptop, and phone

• 25 holiday days per year.

Required Experience:

• Worked with project managers to complete network build & installations to specific deadlines.

• Completed inspections to ascertain whether anything is preventing a successful installation.

• Worked with design schematics, duct diagrams and works instructions.

• Prepared different types of cable sheathing systems and accessories for the jointing

• Have a minimum of 2-year experience of fibre splicing and joint building

• Hold a current trade card (ECS/CSCS/EUSR)

• Street Works Qualification Register (SWQR) ticket highly desirable; and

• B + E trailer licence desirable
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