NRTC serves more than 1,500 rural utilities and affiliates in 48 states whose purpose is to help provide solutions to our electric and telephone members to bring all the advantages of today’s evolving technology to rural America is looking to add to our expanding Broadband Solutions team!
This is an exciting opportunity to play a key part in the rollout of Broadband and Fiber deployments across Rural America. The Field Engineer will be one of the 1st people on site and will work directly with the engineering team and the OSP construction team to ensure that OSP engineering designs are validated and reviewed. They will coordinate with the design and engineering team and provide feedback on the design including any changes or suggested updates. As a Field Engineer you will be communicating with, our engineering, Project management and construction teams. You will be the eyes on site identifying field conditions and construction constraints. As the successful candidate you will possess a solid understanding of the technology, project life cycle, and applicable Design and Engineering standard practices.
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