Network Building + Consulting

Engineer II

Job Locations US-VA-Glen Allen
Job ID
2021-2170
Category
Engineering

Overview

The Engineer II will support the project teams with varying degrees of direct project responsibilities while developing an in-depth knowledgebase of the telecommunications site development process. Project work will focus on new site development of macro and small cell sites, the modification of existing telecommunications facilities, fiber optic networks, and other project types as required. Responsibilities will focus on engineering tower and compound as well as creating fiber optic network designs and maintaining effective job flow while managing multiple projects. Engineer II assists the NB+C manager with the oversight of quality and timeliness of deliverables while utilizing an understanding of telecommunications equipment and their usage.

Responsibilities

  • Engineer tower and compound location (i.e. site layout, grading, stormwater management design, and culvert design) and with an understanding in structural engineering concepts
  • Develop construction plans for telecommunications client equipment upgrades and modifications
  • Prepare and review construction drawings for completeness before final PE review
  • Design of new conduit routes for fiber optic utility companies from existing infrastructure to proposed destination in public right-of-way and private property
  • Design of existing fiber optic facilities within the public for permanent or temporary relocation in the public right-of-way
  • Analyze and design all types of structural support designs using building materials such as steel, concrete, masonry, light-gage, and wood
  • Perform calculations conforming to building code requirements for structural design and analysis
  • Interact with internal multi-disciplinary team members to expedite project completion and approvals
  • Create effective job flow by tracking assigned tasks and prioritizing completion of assignments accordingly
  • Maintain NB+C CAD standards and templates
  • Routinely produce accurate drawings promptly and efficiently
  • Learn new telecommunications equipment and client-specific equipment and their usage
  • Evaluate designs for constructability
  • Perform quality analysis and quality control review on reports, drawings, and construction documents prepared by engineering staff for accuracy and completeness
  • Perform, review and approve structural analysis reports, construction drawings, and other construction contract documents with a high level of accuracy and strict attention to detail
  • Collaborate with NB+C manager and internal stakeholders to ensure efficient, effective, and innovative approach to meet the client’s needs
  • Provide guidance and training to junior production team members

Qualifications

  • B.S. in Civil/Structural Engineering or Engineering Technology required
  • 3+ years’ engineering experience required, OSP Fiber experience preferred
  • EIT required, PE preferred
  • AutoCAD required, Civil 3D preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Structural engineering software experience required (RISA 3D, Enercalc, tnxTower, Mathcad)
  • Understanding in the principles of the following knowledge area: transportation, civil (grading and site analysis), stormwater management design, culvert design, structural, and geotechnical
  • Competency in reading, understanding and interpreting complex building, tower, structural and construction drawings
  • Engineering design principles and applicable design guides and standards
  • Ability to review and analyze site documentation and gather necessary information to complete the assignment
  • Knowledge in construction practice and principles
  • Ability to research and draw upon engineering knowledge to yield feasible and creative solutions
  • Critical thinking and problem solving for complex designs
  • Ability to work autonomously without supervision required
  • Telecommunications and/or utility experience required

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