Fibre Planner

Fibre Planner

Remote

Yes

Details

The desk-based Fibre Planner is an integral part of the engineering team. This role involves capturing Lit Fibre and network requirements within a specific geographic region to produce plans and supporting technical documents in line with agreed project deliverables, ensuring the accurate completion of all submissions in accordance with exact business requirements. The role holder will work closely with the Engineering Lead, local authority agents and other third parties. Key duties include:

  • Planning optical fibre paths and produce design packs 

  • High Level Design (HLD) & Low Level Design (LLD) Packs 

  • Producing Straight Line Diagrams (SLD) 

  • Splice Sheets/Fibre Node Configurator (FNC) 

  • Producing Bill of Materials (BOM) & Bill of Quantities (BOQ) 

  • Data modelling, building GIS solutions 

To apply, you will demonstrate experience of planning FTTP networks utilising Openreach PIA infrastructure and bring impressive network planning knowledge.

Please note, this role is desk-based so the person can be based anywhere in the UK.

If you'd like to be part of a vibrant company where you can really make your mark, please get in touch! We offer a fantastic benefits package including 30 days holiday, healthcare, life assurance, critical illness cover and more! To apply, please email recruitment@litfibre.com with an up to date CV quoting the job title in the subject line.

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