Fiber Engineering Specialist - Remote - Ting Internet
Remote, Austin, TX
• Contributing to the design of our outside plant fiber optic networks in various regions, geographies and building types.
• Maintaining our various fiber plants in our GIS-based fiber maintenance system.
• Using engineering techniques and specifications, helps to create, maintain, or improve final production-ready construction design for both internal and external use.
• Preparing drawings, sketches and other graphic representations of engineering designs using computer-aided design (CAD) software.
• Developing and defining optimal routes using various types of construction. (i.e. aerial, trenching, boring, etc.)
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Experience with AutoCAD is required.
• Experience with ESRI/GIS software is a plus.
• General knowledge of fiber networks is a plus.
• Ability to keep up with the latest developments and recommend the technology in the planning and design.
• Great verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to work hard in a fast-paced, self-directed, entrepreneurial environment.
• Demonstrated attention to detail.
• Ability to occasionally travel to the U.S. will be required.
• Bachelor of Engineering or related field is required.
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