Posted in Other 29 days ago.
Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Working as a Manager of Outside Planning & Design, you will be responsible for the planning, design and analysis of the outside plant facilities/network in an individual contributor role. You will perform the detailed design for all required feeder facility relief including Central Office transfers, major undertakings and/or routine activities after closely coordinating with the Planning group.
•Provide detailed design for distribution facilities (feeder and distribution) to meet service demands and conduct job costing activities
•Must have a full understanding for outside plant installation and maintenance technician activities
•Loop Electronics Engineering/Coordination and Transmission Equipment Engineering
•Coach and train other designers
•Monitor expenditures to ensure incurred costs are within authorized levels and responsible for the coordination of construction budget and project management activities
•Responsible for right-of-way functions including investigating and acquiring easement interests in real property as well as interface with customers and other internal groups to negotiate service intervals on delayed or potentially delayed orders
•Participate with other groups to develop action plans to reduce operating expense through facility replacement, modernization, bulk recovery and records correction
This position may be responsible for contributing to AT&T's compliance with environmental laws and regulations as applicable to its job function. This may include, but is not limited to, work related to fuel tanks, emergency and stand-by generators, boilers, hazardous waste, hazardous materials, batteries, manholes and vaults, water wells, linear and other construction projects, water discharge, or air emissions