Splicing and Cabling Operatives x30

Location Ireland
Discipline: Engineering
Job ref: 003123
Published: 9 months ago

On the back of an ever-increasing workload, Circet Ireland are looking for experienced Cabling & Splicing Operatives.


As part of a 2 man crew, you will report into the Supervisor/FLM. You will be working on the upgrade & maintenance of National Telecoms Infrastructure projects.


Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Test Roding and Roping of UG Ducts

  • The identification of traffic management requirements

  • The identification of tree cutting requirements if works are OH

  • The production of SLD’s on successful completion of tasks

  • Prep and splice fibre optic cables as laid out in the splicing matrix.

  • Have experience with various splice closures.

  • Operate an optical power meter & OTDR for Testing/Fault finding.

  • Reading an understanding Microsoft Word/Excel/PDF based Job Packs

  • Reading and understanding duct diagrams

  • Working in confined spaces

  • Working outdoors in all weathers.

  • Travel to and from various exchange locations on completion of works

  • Work to PON completion deadlines to ensure operational requirements are met

  • Attend accredited training courses if required

  • Adhere to all Circet Health and Safety policies at all times

Experience Required:

  • Previous Telecom experience & good understanding of the copper network

  • First Aid

  • Manual Handling

  • Hold a valid Street Works Operative License

  • Hold overhead, jointing and cable accreditation modules (Desirable)

  • Full Driving License (C / C1E / CE License Desirable)

  • Cherry Picker Certificate (Desirable)


  • Monitor site practices and routines to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and regulations, including the

  • company H & S Policy, to minimize the likelihood of accidents and the resulting fines and compensation claims.

  • Ensure training needs are identified and, in conjunction with HSEQ Department, arrange for personnel to attend

  • such courses as are necessary. Failure to embrace a safe and secure environment can result in disciplinary

  • proceedings.