We're looking for a Transport Engineer, working in the Telecommunications industry in Tempe, Arizona, United States.
Work with local team and fiber providers on design, planning, and implementation of fiber fronthaul and backhaul services to hubs, macro sites, and small cells.
Pull site information from existing databases and speak to those that are in the field.
Receive RFIs on cell sites and quickly find the information and return it so projects stay moving.
Review close-out packages to ensure the needed work was completed per drawings.
Our client is a people driven staffing company. Growing fast - 33% annually!
How? Building trusting relationships with top candidates. Like you! You’ll get one-on-one time focused on your skills, needs, and discovering opportunities in which you’ll thrive. The goal is to place you in the right position for you and your goals.
Where? Top IT and telecommunications companies. You’ll make a difference and grow in Technology, Government Services, Professional Services, or Engineering.
Helping you achieve your goals! It’s the right way and the only way to succeed in staffing.
Experience Required for Your Success
Experience with outside plant in regard to hand holes and conduit installation
Experience with construction drawings in regard to ROW, meet points, and easements for fiber
Experience using tracking and database software (Granite, Sales Force, or comparable applications)
Experience with installation of transport equipment (Fuji, Ciena, Nokia)
Experience working with 3rd parties to help gather information on specific cell sites (Addresses, Lats. Longs, Site Access)
Experience working on large fiber build-out/conversions in a fast paced, time-line driven environment
Experience with CPRI
Experience with cutsheets and CQ's
Experience with EBH
Experience with macro and small cells
Experience with Tableau
Knowledge of Microsoft Office/G Suites
The pay range we're offering is 35 - 50 per hour. This position may present an opportunity to go permanent.
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible? Apply here.