|LISTED --- May 25, 2018
We are in need of both Lead Fiber splicing techs, and splicers that are promotable to lead techs.
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|LISTED --- JUNE 22, 2018
The Fiber Splicer is responsible for the maintenance and installation of new and existing fiber in an inside and outside plant environment.
• Ability to prep and splice fiber via mechanical fusion methods
• Ability to splice large count fibers via tube or ribbon method
• Ability to access the fiber optic splicer enclosure and splice the necessary fibers directly from a ladder
• Able to troubleshoot and repair problems utilizing optical test equipment such as OTDR, Fiber Identifier and Fiber Scope
• Prep, tray, and splice fiber optic cable ranging from single fiber to 288 count as well as perform ring cut when needed
• Perform testing and turn-ups of subscriber drops in both inside and outside plant environment
• Perform power meter testing
• All other duties as required
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent
combination of education and experience.
• Knowledge of operating and using fiber optic splice equipment
• Knowledge of fiber optic theory which includes fiber loss, connector types and the different types of fibers
• Ability to read splicing matrix and design drawings
• Ability to utilize MS Excel or equivalent to document and retrieve splice information
• Ability to operate a bucket truck
• Highly organized and detail orientated
• Ability to detect errors, determine causes, and make corrections as appropriate
• Ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment
• Ability to comprehend, process and apply both verbal and written skills appropriate to the job
• Must be able to pass pre-employment screening that includes background and drug testing
• Individuals must have a valid driver's license and driving record meeting the company policy conditions
• Must be in good physical condition with the ability to stoop, crawl, bend at the knees and waist, squat and lift 50 lbs; includes body
weight, equipment, tools and boxes
• Must be able to stand for long periods of time on varied surfaces
• May be required to work long and unpredictable hours • Position requires working outdoors in all types of weather
• Ability to climb and work at elevations (e. g. from ladders, poles, lift trucks) exceeding 18 feet
• Ability to work in confined spaces (e. g. attics, crawl spaces, utility holes)
Please Contact via email us at [email protected], cc [email protected]
Inland Engineering Services, Inc.
4160 Temescal Canyon Rd. Suite 205 | Corona, CA 92883
t 951.277.0800 | c 951.446.6155 | f 951.277.5300
e [email protected] | www.inland-engineering.com