Fibre designer - MAPINFO SPECIALIST

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Fibre designer - MAPINFO SPECIALIST

This opportunity will suit an experienced Telecommunications Designer. This is your chance to join a Multinational infrastructure & construction organisation. This will open up your career path to have involvement in multi-million dollar projects. 
  • Work with new quality systems
  • Exposure to state wide programme 
  • Multiple projects
About the company 

With an international presence in construction, operations, maintenance, civil and property, you will be joining an organisation with a competitive advantage. With an innovative approach to understanding the needs of their clients and an evolving market, investments have been made to have a leading edge now and onto the future. 

About the Role
  • Coordinate, Prioritise, Prepare and Monitor the timely completion of Desktop Designs.
  • Interpret and apply NBN/Electrical standards to prepare Desktop Designs.
  • Engage and Coordinate with field personnel to validate proposed designs.
  • Provide technical support to construction teams and other design team members.
  • Provide technical support to construction teams and other disciplines.
  • Extract SpatialNET data to enable the preparation of Desktop designs.
  • Input SpatialNET data based off field As-Built drawings.
  • Use Map Info Files to enable the preparation of Desktop Designs.
  • Use AutoCAD to prepare Detailed Design Drawings suitable for construction.   
What we're looking for
  • Proficient in the use of SpatialNET
  • Preparing FTTP designs (2 years minimum experience) 
  • Proficient in the use of GIS Software
  • Proficient in the use of AutoCAD
  • Proficient in the use MS Excel & Word.
  • Experience with HFC design an advantage
  • Telecommunications Fibre, Copper and HFC knowledge
If you would like to work in an environment where you are sufficiently rewarded for your work reach out to Northbridge IT by hitting apply.    

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www.northbridgerecruitment.com

“We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate based on disability.”