Fiber Splicer

Fiber Splicer

TAK Communications | De Pere, WI, 54115, US
Salary Range:$30,000 – $51,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

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Fiber Splicer

De Pere, WI ( •Construction

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TAK is one of the largest and fastest growing communications, broadband, and technology service companies in America. We strive daily to provide the best customer experience, delivering on our mission of BEING OUR CUSTOMER'S HERO, EVERY DAY.

With our continued growth, we are looking for a **Fiber Splicer** to join our team in the De Pere, WI area.

**Why TAK?**

+ Paid Weekly

+ Company provided Vehicle, Phone, Tools & Work Attire

+ Full Benefits Package (Medical, Dental & Vision)

+ Paid Time Off

+ 401(k) with Company Match!

+ 25K Company Paid Life Insurance

+ Independent Work & Team Collaboration

+ Career Development & Advancement Opportunities!

**The Role**

+ Splice, test, repair cable/wires in both indoor and outdoor settings

+ Read, create and maintain splicing diagrams and splicing field notes

+ Perform tasks associated with the electronic upgrade and splicing of cable

+ Test, activate, and troubleshoot equipment after installation

+ Basic daily maintenance of TAK provided vehicle: check fluids, clean and organize vehicle

+ Ongoing monitoring to ensure that splicing operations are completed according to customer and industry specifications

+ Safely operate and use a bucket truck to complete daily construction assignments and climbing poles as needed

+ Provide field training, directs, and oversees the work of other splicers when necessary

+ Completes daily production reports, mark-up maps, keeps track of work hours, completes "as-built maps" for areas built and tracks daily production

+ Reconcile all issued parts and materials daily to ensure accurate material usage counts

+ Frequently works with minimal or no supervision

+ Perform general clean up


+ Previous experience splicing fiber required

+ Valid driver's license

+ Passing of all pre-employment requirements (MVR, Background Check, Drug Screen)

+ Proficiency in new build, coax and pole transfers

+ Ability to work outside of business hours when needed; overtime, holidays, evenings, weekends etc., in all seasons

+ Ability to use signal level meter, volt-ohm meter, AC clamp meter television test set, spectrum analyzer basic time domain reflectometer and system maps sweep gear

+ Ability to travel daily and open to a variety of schedules

+ Excellent customer service, time management, problem-solving and troubleshooting skills

+ Ability to learn and operate testing equipment and software/programs

+ Ability to utilize hand tools, identify wire size/color and accurately utilize measuring devices

+ Ability to carry, climb, operate, and work upon an extension ladder (approximately 28 feet high and 75 pounds)

+ Ability to complete tasks with small components and wires

+ Ability to complete work outdoors, in tight spaces and elevated by bending, reaching, twisting, climbing, and working while standing up to 70% of the time

+ Ability to safely work and navigate various terrains, managing equipment, safety equipment and tools

+ A body weight of no more than 275 pounds to perform ladder work safely. **Safety is our #1 Priority. If personal safety is not compromised, an accommodation may be available based on previous ladder experience in a similar role.**

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer

_All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran._