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OSP Engineer


This is a Full-time position in Las Vegas, NV posted April 8, 2021.

The OSP Design Engineer (ARAMIS) creates project designs, estimates costs, identifies appropriate materials and equipment, creates drawings, and estimates project timelines for the placement of fiber optic cables, poles, conduit, transmission equipment and associated electronics. The OSP Design Engineer (ARAMIS) creates designs based on current and past network architectures. This role is responsible for the timely and accurate completion of moderate to advanced complexity construction drawings for telecommunication projects. The OSP Design Engineer (ARAMIS) is responsible for addressing the fit-up, feasibility, and accuracy of proposed scope of work and working with senior staff to remedy or communicate alternatives with project management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Effectively work on multiple fiber design projects from award to completion including site acquisition, engineering, permitting, construction and project closeout. Effectively communicate any obstacles that may impact budget or schedule to senior management and customer Read, analyze, understand specific project scopes of work and translate into design requirements Provide suggested cable routings, drophouseunit count and proposedactual pedestal locations and other topographical data intended to afford design personnel the optimum opportunity to design the most effective plant placement. Research system plant maps to determine system extension effects on surrounding cable plant and node placement sizing. Responsible for underground and aerial permitting with state DOTs, cities, counties, railroads, environmental, and other permitting authorities. Proficiency with IKE software is preferred but not required. Convert field notes, architectural, engineering andor plan sketches into working construction drawings using the required software per customer specifications. Revise construction drawings per customer and internal redlines. Maintain a familiarity with individual client requirements and adapt to new client preferences. Work collaboratively with field staff and the permitting groups to prepare, draft, and review the necessary drawings for construction, permitting, and records. Perform moderate to advanced CAD or GIS tasks Manage timelines and deliverable quality on small to medium sized projects with the assistance of the Project Manager. May perform as a project lead or technical specialist on the team on smaller projects Perform detailed checking and redlines work performed by others on assigned project(s). Work with the Manager to develop new templates, tool palettes, macros, LISPs, and other time saving processes. Ensure accurate project status tracking to facilitate project management reporting. Perform site visits as needed to document field conditions for new sites and site modification projects. Managerial Responsibility No direct reports although has regular deliverable product review responsibility over peers and junior staff Travel Requirements Occasional travel (less than 10) for engineering inspections and mappings Physical Demands Office work is in a normal office environment that requires the following activities Must be able to remain in a stationary position for 90 of the time Ability to move about the office to access office machinery, attend meetings, etc. Must be able to operate a computer and all required programs Occasional moving of office supplies up to 10 pounds Field work will be exposed to current weather elements and requires the following Ability to open locks, open close gates and doors Ability to ascend a ladder in order to obtain measurements, pictures, etc. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Skills and Abilities Required Proficiency in conduit, manhole, hand hole, underground, submarine, buried and aerial construction methods Proficiency with AutoCAD experience with AutoCAD 2015 or newer preferred. Proficiency with AutoCAD work functions including paper spacemodel space, scaled viewports, blocks, text fields, dynamic blocks, libraries, and templates. Proficiency with ArcGIS is preferred. Proficiency using 3GIS and COFFEE systems is preferred. Proficiency using systems including, but not limited to, PACE, PED ASE, PED ADE Dynamite, GeolinkGPM, OBC, CSV, MIC, LMC, WCMT, Insight, FRVT, Transport Conversion SharePoint, TFW, ALM, Opti, OSP-FM, CFAS, IMAGINE, JAM, JPMTS, LFACS, MIC, NJUNS, Q MESSENGER, and ARES is preferred. Proficiency in ARAMIS Strong computer skills required, including proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite Ability to review both technical and non-technical aspects of field work Ability to review work completed by others and adequately convey required corrections Effectively communicate and work with both internal Engineering and Project Management teams as well as customers Basic mathematics skills, moderate special reasoning skills, and professional written and verbal communication skills Ability to set priorities for self and others and work in a fast-paced environment Ability to efficiently multi-task and work on several projects simultaneously Ability to sketch site layout and surrounding areas, read and take measurements Must demonstrate understanding of access networks on various fiber architectures Experience with fiber to the home (FTTH) networks is preferred Solid knowledge in OSP construction methods and practices as set by RUS, Telcordia, and BICSI Education and Experience Required High school diploma Associates Degree in architecture or engineering field 3-6 years of telecom design experience preferred. Alternatively, 4-8 years of design experience or 4-8 years of fiber construction and maintenance accepted.