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Engineer II-OSP

The OSP Engineer II has overall responsibility for the design, permitting, material acquisition, construction and tie-in of outside plant construction projects and programs. The employee will monitor all aspects of the project and expedite or escalate as appropriate to achieve the cost, quality and schedule goals for the project. The OSP Engineer II will also be responsible for generating work prints (design in CAD), cost estimates for job orders, inspections and invoice reconciliation.
Responsibilities:
Conceptual development and budget management of projects and programs (route development, estimate costs, plan projects, schedule projects, and mapping)
Identify pole ownership, right of way and permit requirements for proposed routes
Communicate with city, county and state permitting agencies
Work with private property owners such as individuals and railroad companies to secure easements and licenses
Work with telephone companies and private building owners to secure building entrance approval and installation of building entrances
Develop construction bid documents and bid analysis
Complete and secure city, state and county permit applications
Complete pole attachment applications and pole line make ready review
Monitor contractor progress, contractor quality inspection, and timely turnover of assigned projects
Monitor and ensure SSP (Single Source Provider) on track to meet service level agreements
Read and interpret construction documents, i.e.; prints and plans as well as splicing diagrams that are used in the splicing of fiber optics
Review preliminary construction prints from right-of-way authorities and determine potential conflicts; attend utility coordination meetings and construction progress meetings as needed
Analyze OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer) test results and coordinate repairs as needed
Conduct 40% of work in the field and 60% in the office on average; varies per market
Minimum Requirements:
College degree in Engineering or a related field and 2-4 years professional level experience; or 6 years professional level related Engineering/Technical experience; or an equivalent combination of education and professional level related Engineering/Technical experience required

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