Additional Locations: Fort Worth, TX
Primary Locations: TX, Dallas, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 900, 75201
Requisition ID: 164283
Perform field audits of existing telecommunications and electrical distribution activities
Visually identify, inspect, and record equipment and structures in the right-of-way
Take detailed field photos that tie directly to engineering/planning software
Correlate route map and field photos directly to time stamps and field locations
Record attributes and current conditions of overhead and ground-level utility structures
Maintain consistent quality data while achieving our production standards
Use measuring equipment and SLR cameras to establish a photo record
Execute and plan daily goals while meeting quality, time, and budget constraints.
Apply engineering design standards to aerial and underground pole/line cable including Joint -Use Design, Make Ready, Pole Replacement, Primary Service, Reliability/Maintenance Design, Upgrades, Voltage Conversion, and Tie Lines.
Analyze and produce cost-effective models
Use fiberglass hot-sticks to accurately measure heights on utility poles
Resolve anticipated construction problems through drawings
Apply NESC Standards
Preferred Associates or a related technical discipline; A degree in Civil/Mechanical Engineering is a plus
High school diploma or equivalent, required
Must be able to work in all weather conditions.
Must be able to endure frequent: driving, standing, walking long distances (up to 5 miles or more in a day), navigate through rough terrain on foot, and lifting/balancing objects that may weigh up to 20 lbs.
Clean DMV driving record and ability to safely drive/operate a 4x4 vehicle.
Must be computer literate – especially MS Word, Excel, MS Project, and/or Google Chrome.
Must have the ability to travel throughout our client’s service area and travel overnight as needed.
Proven ability to deal with governing authorities and their requirements, negotiate with private landowners, and provide communication, instruction, and guidance as needed to contractors.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Ability to learn and operate customer based proprietary software and other computer systems to expedite and facilitate the work order process.
Strong telecommunications and /or electrical distribution technical knowledge and skills is plus.
Knowledge of telecommunications and/or electrical distribution construction and planning procedures is beneficial.
The ideal candidate would be comfortable with traveling from location to location within the client’s service territory. Candidates must be comfortable working full time with a minimum of 40 - 45 hours per week. Compensation based on experience. DRG offers excellent benefits including: health, dental, vision and life insurance after 30 days of employment. Phone reimbursement and use of company vehicle. Vacation Pay, Company stock and 401-K eligibility after 1 year. Continual training and development offered. Pre-employment drug screen, motor vehicle records screen, criminal background screen, and Social Security # verification required. Davey Resource Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans are encouraged to apply. DRG is Employee Owned. We encourage you to take ownership of your future.
Asset Management is a division of Davey Resource Group Inc. (DRG) which has been employee-owned since 1979. Asset Management specializes in managing the assets of utility companies throughout the U.S. by providing solutions, focused around the electrical and telecommunication industries. We believe in smart growth that continues to provide career advancement opportunities. We utilize cutting-edge technology to deliver proven solutions for utility companies with design, construction, and field inspection services. Asset Management is currently seeking motivated self-starters that can thrive in a fast-paced environment to learn and develop new skills to contribute to our group.
We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. As a service provider, our success depends upon our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, regardless of their age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or other protected characteristics as established by federal, state or local law.
Employment Type: Permanent
Job Type: Full Time
Travel Expectations: Up to 75%