Fiber Engineer

Alois Solutions

Dublin, CA, USA

Full time

$50-55 (hourly)


Jul 7

  • Own and execute the milestone of Fiber and Small Cell drawings.
  • Responsible for the ordering, forecasting, reviewing, and actualization of all construction drawings related to modification, collocation and construction of Fiber and Small Cells.
  • Coordinate and expedite drawing production, including pricing/contracting with A&E vendors, quality control initial drawings, coordinating with carrier, QC initial drawings, managing changes/revisions, and ensuring construction drawings match accordingly.
  • Validate consistency of drawing against structural analysis and application, ensuring that drawings and applications match in equipment, quantity, etc.
  • Evaluate ground space requirements for new colocations, ensuring that CAD site drawings are accurately updated.
  • Coordinate resolution of design issues as they arise (limited lease entitlements, additional ground space needed, easements, etc.).
  • Ensure District Manager/Lead Project Manager (if applicable) and customers are aware of issues that will impact project completion or cost.
  • Design fiber route and create all necessary splicing prints and work orders for vendor performing splicing work within the active plant.
  • Provide fiber assignments to Construction Team for lateral fibers to last demarcs panel if new lateral is required. Obtain As-built docs from construction as required.
  • Fiber Engineering responsible for all backbone splicing & end/end testing. (Note: Splicing can be managed by Fiber Construction where requested.)
  • Participate in on-call rotation providing Fiber Engineering support after normal work hours.
  • Manage vendors / contractors during splicing & testing of circuits.
  • Submit all necessary change management notifications and adhere to field activity policies and guidelines.
  • Provide Operations / Provisioning with final DLR’s & test shots for closeout

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