Professional Engineer

Published
May 8, 2024
Location
Remote in the US, United States of America
Job Type
Salary
$90,000 to $130,000

Description

Do you want to join an industry leading, rapidly expanding company in the Telecommunications space?

As a company they are serving the demand for Fiber & OSP Engineering, Design, Deployment and Support for customers throughout the US.

They’re currently looking for a Professional Engineer who is certified in either California, Arizona, New Mexico or Utah.

You do not need prior Telecommunications experience but you MUST have a Professional Engineer Licence in the states mentioned.

You’ll have the opportunity to learn and do:

  • Coordinate engineering guidelines and processes throughout the OSP and ISP Engineering teams and the client’s staff
  • Implement and monitor project status reporting, which will include internal controls to manage personnel and operational costs
  • Assist in assessing current trends and emerging developments within the broadband industry to ensure the Company’s competency, and expertise
  • Remain on top of best practices and trends relevant to Fiber/Network Construction and Design technologies

This role will be 100% remote.

If this sounds like the role for you, apply here!

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