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Fiber Cable Splicer's needed

Full-time Employee


Colorado

Durango, Colorado / Brighton, Colorado

Wyoming

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Starts

As soon as possible

Pay

We offer competitive pricing that is based off of skill set and qualifications

Qualifications

Fiber placement, Outside plant experience related to fiber splicing, repair and connection

Other Requirements

Valid Driver's License

Job Description

This position will work on large cable transfers, paper cable, pic cable, maintenance, road moves and more. This position works on all cables sizes, types and environments and regularly on DS0 and DS1 circuits, Adtran and Calix test and turn-up and more. Pauley values craftsmanship and reliability very highly. We offer constant on-the-job training opportunities that challenge complexity and skill – making you a stronger more capable splicer. This position performs duties such as: cable maintenance, installation, removal, rearrangement and maintenance of single line and associated telecom/apparatus equipment, including cross connections to switching equipment and single-line and multichannel subscriber carrier.

This position reports out of our Grand Junction, Colorado office. 

Responsibilities:

Splicing fiber cable for large cable transfers
Cable maintanence
Adtran and Calix testing and turn-up
Light labor including lifting manhole covers and barricading open manholes as needed 
Connection testing
Working with ISP/OSP terminations
Working in, from and around hand-holes and manholes

Qualifications:

Apprentice/Entry level

Must be 21 years old to operate company equipment & vehicles
Experience working from hand-holes and manholes
Valid driver license and reliable transportation
Must pass company drug testing
Must know the color code system for cable pairs
Ability to work in confined spaces
Possesses strong analytical and problem solving skills
Ability to work with internal and external customers
Must have strong interpersonal communication skills to effectively communicate with product vendors and customers
Ability to work from oral or written instructions and plan work without direct supervision
Possesses proficient personal computer operations skills
Ability to work outside in all weather conditions and in various hours of the day or night and holidays as required
Must be able to respond to after-hours callouts, work overtime, shifts and weekends
Comply with all safety regulations and meet safety requirements to maintain a successful safety record
Assume all duties as assigned
Ability to lift 50 lbs or less

Intermediate level

2 or more years of fiber splicing experience
Knowledge of hot cuts and solid OTDR testing
Ribbon splicing knowledge preferred
Knowledge of local cable facilities and fiber networks
Experience in Outside Plant telecom functions
Experience in how to read and interpret outside and subscriber plant facility records and engineering schematic work prints
Electronics training or experience that demonstrates knowledge of AC/DC theory
Working knowledge of analog and digital transmission
Experience in splicing fiber optics, copper cable (various splice connectors)
Working knowledge of direct termination of fiber-optic connectors including mechanical, anaerobic, epoxy polish, heat cured as well as pigtail splicing methods
Knowledge of bonding and grounding requirements of telecommunications plant
Working knowledge of ISP/OSP fiber optics terminations in splicing products in regards to appropriate application
Must be able to travel overnight as necessary to meet business and job requirements
Assist other technical personnel in the performance of their duties when requested
Ability to work with paper/pulp splicing, tagging and restoration
Ability to distinguish between different cable types (i.e., telecommunication, electrical, fiber, CATV, etc.)
Ability to build cable records, cut sheets and as-builts
Working knowledge of various test (Sidekick, 965 meter, DSP’s Exfo digital meter, Throw-master, OTDR’s

Advanced Crew Leader Level

Extensive experience with fiber splicing and placement
Knowledgeable on all test equipment used to identify and locate optical and copper faults (OTDR/VFL and power meter operation)
Knowledge of and connect bulkheads, splice trays, organizers and storage units
Ability to maintain and repair entire telephone loop/facilities
Ability to build span lines, install repeaters and perform tagging and testing functions on cable pairs to meet HDSL requirements
Ability to understand various electronic fiber equipment
Proficient at working in aerial and buried outside plant environment

Contact

To submit an application for any open position; please visit our website at http://www.pauleyc.com. For questions on any open positions; please call us at 623-581-1200.

About Us

Pauley Construction is a regional contractor providing infrastructure solutions for the installation and maintenance of utility systems further offering regional contracting services throughout the West United States, specializing in full turnkey services for the design, installation and maintenance of utility infrastructure. Pauley has a highly skilled, diversified workforce that allows the flexibility to choose the most cost-effective and least disruptive placement methods. Our experienced and knowledgeable employees have helped us become a respected name in the utility construction industry.

Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Pauley has served its customers located across many of the major Western markets, including Arizona, California, Colorado and Wyoming. Founded in 1991, Pauley is dedicated to meeting and exceeding its customer needs by adopting new technologies and providing superior customer service. From deep-ditch excavation, hand-digs, aerial construction to technical services including fiber and copper splicing, Pauley will get the job done right while guaranteeing on-time delivery.

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