Fibre Splicer

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VC International is a leading technology solutions provider. We are currently seeking experienced and motivated Fiber Splicers to join our American operation with projects located in Utah and surrounding areas. Fibre Splicers are involved in all facets of fiber splicing including cable preparation, termination, fusion-splicing, testing and troubleshooting.
These positions require travel throughout the United States. Travel is PAID for.
Vacancies: 3 open positions
Start Date: As soon as possible
Compensation: $25-30 per hour depending on experience
Credentials: Not required, but would be considered an asset
Experience: 2-3 years of related work experience
Other Benefits: Comprehensive Group Benefits (health, dental, vision, insurance)
Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
Employer-match RRSP Group Plan
Strong manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination
Ability to work in all weather conditions, confined spaces, isolation
Ability to work in a physically demanding atmosphere that includes, but is not limited to: carry, raise and climb a ladder, carry, lift and handle heavy equipment (manhole covers, cable reels)
Self-disciplined, motivated and organized
Valid drivers license
Willingness to travel
Desired Experience:
Must have Fiber Optic splicing and terminating experience
Proficiency in fiber cable termination with connectors
Testing for improved performance,
Well versed in using fusion splicing machine technique
Knowledge of using FO troubleshooting tools like OTDR, Mass Fusion Splicing etc.
Troubleshooting fiber optics, electrical circuitry related to telecom industry
Knowledge of assembly and alignment of optical, mechanical and electrical components into sub-assemblies
Diagnostics, troubleshooting and repairing network issues.
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