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Fiber Splicer 

Position Splicer  
Category Telecom  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Location Pasco  
Req Number TEL-21-00162  
About the Organization Headquartered in Meridian, Idaho we are in the heart of Idaho's Treasure Valley, an area consistently ranked among the nation's Top 10 best places to Live, Work and Play. We boast locations throughout the Pacific Northwest which offers unrivaled outdoor activities, exceptional Northwest cuisine, and an abundance of urban entertainment and culture.

We offer the opportunity to work in an extraordinary area for a growing company that offers competitive wages, a generous benefits package, career growth opportunities and awesome coworkers. With access to added growth opportunities available at our sister companies located in Massachusetts, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, and Texas.

Apply today for your opportunity to energize your career by joining an industry leader with deep, long-standing relationships with the major electric utilities and telecom providers in the Pacific Northwest and the unique ability to offer our customers a full suite of aerial telecom, underground telecom, overhead electric, underground electric, joint utility trenching, and directional drilling services  
  •  A Fiber Splicer is responsible for safely and timely splicing multiple projects on a timeline. It is important for Splicers to maintain all fiber optic facilities up to customer standards and take initiative in troubleshooting issues in the field. Upon completing a splice job, Splicers are responsible for reporting field notes, test results, and billing
Position Requirements


  • Ability to splice loose tube & ribbon cables with thorough knowledge in:
  • Constructing, grounding, & sealing of various fiber cables & case types
  • Proper lengths and storage means for cabling in cases and customer facilities
  • Maintaining the quality of fiber cases for future splice work & customer needs
  • Arranging an environment such as a trailer, van, and table for splice work
  • Fiber optic hand tools as well as fusion machines
  • Optical testing with special equipment from customer rooms and wire centers for means of testing requirements and diagnostics

Understanding of:

  • Job prints such as CAD and splicing schematics for various customers & project types
  • Managing multiple splicing jobs with timelines and communicating updates to the telecom supervisor(s)
  • Working with splicers for large cutovers and emergency work
  • Ability to work in various conditions:
  • Indoors, including but not limited to wire centers, com rooms, trailers, or vans
  • Outdoors: in all seasons and weather conditions for underground and aerial facilities such as manholes, handholes, and poles
  • May require long hours, night work, as well as temporary out of town assignments
  • Requires driving, loading, and securing all equipment in a truck with a splice trailer or splice van

Knowledgeable in:

  • Personal protection equipment such as hard hats, high viz, gloves, safety glasses, and hearing protection
  • Traffic control & permitting for appropriate and safe access to job sites
  • Permit scheduling and communication with inspectors as well as telecom supervisor(s)
  • State, county, and Track’s safety practices
  • Company vehicle policies, equipment inspections, & maintenance

Qualifications | Education | Certifications:

  • Approximately 2 years or more of fiber optic splicing
  • High school diploma or equivalent desired
  • Possession or ability to obtain a valid state of Idaho driver’s license is required within two weeks of employment
  • Candidates must pass a criminal and motor vehicle records background check
  • Candidates must pass a pre-employment drug screening
  • Bilingual Spanish / English is a plus
  • Owning fiber optic hand tools is a plus

Success Factors & Competencies:

  • Ability to work & think independently
  • Flexibility & adaptability to job demands
  • Troubleshooting & solving complex issues
  • Strong attention to detail when reading prints and records
  • Reporting timely & accurately on jobs for records & billing
  • Strong communication and relationship building
  • Organization, ethics, & values
  • Ability to do heavy lifting, strenuous labor, & have considerable eye concentration.
  • Capable of extended amounts of sitting, standing, walking, and driving

Additional Requirements/Licenses/Certifications

  • Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid State of Residence Driver’s License is required within two weeks of employment
  • Candidates must pass criminal and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) background checks and pass a pre-employment drug screen
Open Date 11/4/2021  
Close Date  
EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.  
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