Fibre Network Surveyor
Salary: £25,000 - £35,000
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time
A BIT ABOUT US
Here at Trooli, we’re on a mission to banish buffering, vanish video call embarrassment and clear up those “up to” speed claims that give broadband a bad name.
How? By providing our new, guaranteed, ultrafast, full fibre broadband speeds to as many communities as possible across Kent, East Sussex and beyond.
We’ve already got the great network, now we need more great people to take us even further.
Think you can help? Here’s why you should get in touch …
-We’re passionate about growth
We’ve come a long way in 3 years, from nothing to 200,000+ premises passed, 10 staff to over 250 and are now one of the most respected altnets in the industry – and that’s just the start. But it’s not just our network, we’re passionate about ensuring our employees grow with us too.
-We’re passionate about our people
At the heart of our culture is a belief that a company should be much more than politics and processes. That doesn’t mean these don’t exist, but it does mean that our people are the most important part of our business, that life here is that bit more fun and our high staff retention rates are something we’re rightly proud of.
-We’re passionate about our customers – wouldn’t it be nice for a broadband network to be independent of Openreach and have complete control of where it builds and the experience our customers receive? Well, that’s exactly what Trooli is and with an Excellent Trustpilot rating from our customers, it’s clear we’re doing something right!
Still interested? Read on…
As a Fibre Network Surveyor, you will be the eyes on the ground validating what we have plan is feasible. Surveyor plays a very important role in identifying any potential issues early on and help avoid any major delays to our build program delivering fibre broadband to our customers.
THE DAY JOB
Survey existing duct infrastructure identifying any non-duct sections on spine and lead-in sections.
Survey existing Pole infrastructure identifying D-poles and Joint User Poles, taking photos, and recording documentations
Identifying type of existing lead-in ducts and method of aerial drop connection method for each premises within the planned area.
Identifying any Traffic sensitive areas within the planned area and advise of solution to avoid traffic management if applicable.
Managing expectations and dealing with any issues encountered with could affect works progress such as wayleaves, re-routes or tree cutting
Liaising with planning department to plan any additional fibre nodes for FTTH for any sites identified during the survey
Assess network capacity to cover claimed premises, adding or removing planned nodes as applicable
Using and updating Mapping software (APX) to study the FTTH plan and carry out any changes where required.
Preparing survey report using various design software packages such as Word, Excel, Visio, etc.
Presenting survey findings back to planning team, suggesting alternative solutions for issue found.
Identify opportunities to add coverage that may not have been considered in desktop plans
WE'D LIKE TO SPEAK TO YOU IF...
Previous surveying experience of external fibre network (preferably PIA - Openreach network)
Ability to study and amend any changes network plans on GIS Mapping tool.
PIA Duct Survey Qualifications (CP10- S2), PIA Pole Survey Qualifications (CP08- S5)
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Packages.
WE'LL LOVE YOU IF...
PIA Accreditation modules (CP10-S7), (CP13-CD1, G21, G02, DB1)
AND IN RETURN, YOU'LL GET...
25 days paid holiday, plus bank holidays
Generous life insurance policy
Company sick pay after qualifying period
Friendly working environment
Employee referral scheme
Cycle to work scheme
COVID secure and risk assessed employer