Fibre Optics Cable Splicer (1 Position)
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CATEK is a Canadian company providing essential services to the telecommunications industry. Our highly qualified and experienced teams supply a variety of services including engineering, installation, repair & maintenance and commissioning.
With knowledge and experience acquired over many years of working for multi-national telecommunications companies, our project managers, engineers, technicians and construction personnel are committed and able to deliver to the highest standards of quality.
With a passion for technology and process, CATEK deliver new heights in customer service and satisfaction.
WORK LOCATION: 4090B Sladesview Cres, Unit 2 Mississauga, L5L 5Y5.
Duties and and Responsibilities
Install, remove, maintain and repair aerial and underground telephone and other telecommunication transmission and distribution lines, cables and associated hardware
Install and maintain aerial and underground telephone equipment. Test equipment to locate transmission faults.
Splice, join and connect wires. Repair or replace defective equipment.
Inspect and test telecommunication transmission lines and cables for transmission characteristics and to locate faults
Analyze and record test results.Communicate with other workers to co-ordinate the preparation and completion of work assignments
Read and interpret blueprints, climb and work aloft on poles, ladders or other support structures.
Install trunking systems, circuits and equipment. Determine nature, cause and location of trouble. Inspect and test trunking systems.
Inspect fiber routes and hub sites as preventative maintenance
35 hours per week; 7 hours per day
$27.50 - 28.00 per hour depending on experience
Knowledge and Skills:
Proficient in fibre cable termination with connections. Experience with single line, coaxial line, fibre optics copper.
Strong manual dexterity and hand eye coordination. Ability to work in all weather conditions, confined spaces and locations
Ability to work in a physically demanding atmosphere including, but is not limited to: carry, raise and climb a ladder, carry, lift and handle heavy equipment (manhole covers, cable reels)
1+ years Fibre Optic splicing experience
Trade certificate or diploma
Previous telecommunications experience and testing for improved experience an asset
Maybe required to work shifts INCLUDING weekends
Valid drivers license
Willingness to work overtime, weekends or on emergency call outs as required; steel-toed safety boots
Target Audience: Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Indigenous People, Newcomers to Canada.
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