Technical Manager

How to apply

Please complete the registration form and email along with your CV to brent.works@brent.gov.uk.

Please ensure you complete all sections of the form, including the Equality & Diversity Monitoring section and submit both the form and CV together or your application will not be processed.

 

 

Job Title

Technical Manager

Location
Paddington
Job Code
BW715
Contract hours

Full-time

Salary up to £60,000
Number of vacancies

1

Estimated start date

January 2020

Application closing date

20 December 2019

Summary

 

Our organisation is on a mission to bring "Better Internet to Everyone", unlike many traditional "fibre broadband" providers where old and slow copper technology is used, Community Fibre install optical fibre cables directly to homes giving the customer access to "true" fibre broadband.

Since December 2015 our key achievements have been:

  • Raised £90m investment from large institutions.
  • Acquired 300,000 wayleaves across Local Authorities, Housing Associations and Private Landlords.
  • Deployed our full fibre infrastructure to 91,000 premises.
  • Connected over 8,500 customers.

We are here to disrupt the market and change the rules of the game. Our teams are empowered to take ownership of their work, striving for personal accountability, and rewarded with endless opportunities to develop. Every member of our team plays an integral part of our success.

Our environment is fast-paced and dynamic. Our Paddington workspace is bright and vibrant offering more than a community of start-ups, from a sunny rooftop garden, to creative break out spaces complete with the requisite ping-pong tables.

About the role

We are continuing to grow rapidly and to support the next stage of our growth we require an experienced engineer to work as a fundamental team member within our Field Services team. The engineer should be experienced in all field-based elements of an FTTx network, showcasing technical and professional experience to our customers as well as internally to support and grow the team within the business. These systems are likely to include critical splicing fieldwork, testing reporting and analysing new and existing contractor work, attending customer installations requiring the attention of a senior engineer and setting an example to all vendors internal and external for health and safety excellence at all times.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Support Field services manager in all Field Services Engineering/Maintenance projects.
  • Ensuring splicing, testing and reporting on our optical network is carried out to a standard as outlined by the Community Fibre - Standard Splicing and Testing documentation.
  • Supervising Contractor Maintenance installation teams, ensuring that any project-specific quality or technical standards are well understood by the Community Fibre and Contractor teams.
  • Undertake works resulting from internal requirements, or requests from our clients and other 3rd parties to modify, remove or replace our existing network components.
  • Ensure that Community Fibre Health & Safety requirements are being adhered to, in accordance with the Company Health and Safety Management System, owned by the HSEQ Manager.
  • Work alongside Field Services Manager/Engineers to ensure that all Field Services programmes are achieved on time and to the full satisfaction of the customer.
  • Support Field services manager in all Field services engineering/Maintenance projects.

Requirements

  • Thorough working knowledge of a fibre network build through significant job experience and training on site.
  • Experience in splicing & OTDR testing.
  • Experienced in Fault finding.
  • Experience within Telecommunications 1st and 2nd fix.
  • Experience with fibre blowing Machines.
  • Experience of managing teams and effectively managing performance.
  • Experience and qualifications in NRSWA.
  • BT Accredited splicing qualification.
  • Ability to demonstrate understanding of Construction Design Management (CDM) and the Health & Safety requirements incumbent with such tasks.
  • Ability to demonstrate the ability to talk the 'same language' as civils and cabling contractors.
  • Working at height desirable.
  • Qualified Electrician desirable.
  • IPAF licence desirable and CSCS desirable

We are an equal opportunities employer that values diversity in our team; we welcome applications from all backgrounds.

Please note: Priority will be given to Brent residents in the first instance. This vacancy may close before the advertised closing date if a sufficient number of suitable applications are received. Early application is therefore recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

How to apply

Please complete the registration form and email along with your CV to brent.works@brent.gov.uk.

Please ensure you complete all sections of the form, including the Equality & Diversity Monitoring section and submit both the form and CV together or your application will not be processed.