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Windstream Services, LLC

Construction Tech-Splicer (22000398)

Construction and Facilities

Commercial Construction

Yearly

No

Rockwell City, Iowa, United States

Up to $34/hr. About the Role: Construction Technician - Splicer is responsible for splicing various sizes of fiber optic and copper cables in both outdoor and indoor settings, including reading, creating and maintaining splicing schematics and diagrams; maintain control of outside plant (OSP) activities surrounding the assigned work site(s), supporting project timelines; maintaining the safety of the crew by providing direction regarding procedures, road safety, manhole safety and general on-site project oversight attending safety meetings as requested; daily record keeping (fiber route details, slack locations, splice locations and updating drawings) with any changes; maintaining material inventory, DOT vehicle inspection; and other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to, outside plant construction and any tasks associated with outside plant construction. The job will include work on weekends, holidays, standby, unscheduled hours and overtime. Travel is required and may be over 50% of the year depending on the business needs. What You’ll Do: - Splice cables, using hand tools, epoxy, or mechanical equipment as required. - Splice fiber optic and copper cables including both loose tube and ribbon optic cables. Construct a proper splice case, including but not limited to grounding, bonding, isolation, slack storage and sealing. Prepare and maintain splicing records, schematics and diagrams. - Understand staking sheets and blueprints. - Perform work in accordance with industry standards. Be familiar with RUS standards, read and follow design engineers’ instructions and specifications, maintain the scope of work on the project and adhere to safety procedures. - Prepare engineering field notes. Interpret buried underground and aerial telecom facilities in records, on maps and in the field with clarity and detail and make recommendations for changes in running line or construction methodologies. - Participate in engineering, permit and construction processes to support project contracts as required. - Measure signal strength at utility poles, using electronic test equipment. - Inspect or test lines or cables, recording and analyzing test results, to assess transmission characteristics and locate faults or malfunctions. - Perform routine maintenance. Recognize and repair route issues including hand hole cleanup, sign placement, and weed control as required. - Outside plant construction tasks. - Other work as assigned. IND 123