Fibre Network Designer/planner X 2 - Work From Home Job In London

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #795988996
40000 £
Fibre Network Designer/planner X 2 - Work From Home Job In London
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Fibre network designer/planner x 2 - work from home
Min. Salary: 30000.00
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Fibre planners - 30-40k + Bonus + Excellent Benefits - Work From Home - MINIMUM 2 ARE REQUIRED

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a huhgely successful Fibre Design House.

As a Fibre City planner, you’ll own the complete FFN design for a designated location, this will range from design inception, through to build completion and any subsequent overlay network designs post build.


We’re looking for experienced applicants who have a detailed understanding of all aspects of civil route, aerial and fibre planning.

You’ll also have;

* Ability to produce detailed site survey packs, and network construction

* Ideally, you'll have a working knowledge of industry recognised GIS software (QGIS, Comsof Fiber)

* Expertise with FTTH methodologies and design

* Experience of FTTP design, GPON, QGis, HLD or LLD

Conex Europe are a preferred recruitment agency to companies recruiting Fibre professionals across the UK

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    Conex Europe
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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