Fibre Splicer

As a Fibre Splicer your responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:

  • Ensuring all Health and Safety Legislation is adhered to.
  • Team player but also has the ability to work individually to achieve KPI’s and achieve set targets.
  • Production of Fibre characterisation reports.
  • Successful installation of optical fibre cable to Viberoptix required standards, this includes finding faults on the existing networks.
  • Testing and Splicing the external optical fibres to ensure that they are in line with the quality standards using EXFP/ILM/OTDR
  • Splicing of live network fusion through using a Fujikura 70s or similar

Candidate Requirements:

  • Must hold a full UK driving licence.
  • Knowledgeable and confident in using Excel and Word.
  • Can produce, update and interpret records of daily work logs, data recordings and network design maps.
  • Have vast experience of testing and splicing on a Fibre network.
  • Have experience with various types of splice enclosures Corning BPEO’s size 0, 1.5 and 2, Hellermann, Prysmian
  • Confident working at heights and underground network when required.
  • Possess excellent communication skills
  • Risk assessment and hazard identification and a strong focus on Health and Safety practices.

Company benefits: 

  • Competitive pay
  •  28 day’s holiday a year
  • Company Vehicle
  • Excellent Career progression opportunities
  • In addition, you will get access to a contributory pension scheme and development and training.

To apply for any of the above roles please complete a Monitoring Form and forward it to careers@viberoptix.com with a copy of your CV or a completed Application Form.

Viberoptix Main Office
Unit 2 Washingbay Road, Coalisland, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 4ND, Northern Ireland
Viberoptix  Training Academy
54a Mousetown Road, Coalisland, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 4PJ, Northern Ireland
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