- High school diploma or GED
- Microsoft Excel
- Driver's License
- Microsoft Powerpoint
- Communication skills
Overall Purpose: Responsible for negotiating AT&T access to buildings owned by private entities, which may require research to determine owner or responsible party, to proactively increase Fiber Green sales opportunities within a designated geographic area. Key Roles and Responsibilities: Achieve success in these primary success metrics: Buildings or Locations Granted Access Per Month vs. Target, Service Delivery Cycle Time – Median and Target Attainment %, Customer No Response (CNR) Jeopardy Rate and Resolution Cycle Time, Agreement Execution Cycle Time (initial contact to access agreement complete). May also be responsible for coaching and training other Building Industry Consultants. Job Contribution: Developing technical professional with some experience. Completes moderately complex work within discipline/specialty area. Contributes to development of concepts/methods/techniques. Moderate team impact. KNOWLEDGE: Has expanded technical knowledge in own discipline/specialty area. Applies broader knowledge of discipline/specialty area standards to work assignments. General understanding of AT&T Technologies/systems/procedures. Deepens technical knowledge through exposure and continuous learning. ANALYSIS/PROBLEM SOLVING: Identifies problems/issues. Solves non-routine problems by independently applying judgment to established analysis and standard approaches. Integrates/evaluates multiple factors to develop creative practical solutions. INDEPENDENCE: Guided by project and work deadlines; sets own priorities. Uses discretion to complete assignments; independently applies knowledge of technical practices and specialty area standards. Independently completes assignments; participates in diverse projects. CONTRIBUTION TO AT&T TECHNOLOGY: Supports technical initiatives normally as part of a larger project. Contributes to milestone project completion. COMMUNICATION: Exchanges complex technical information. Provides training/guidance to others in work area breaking down information in a systematic/logical manner. Cultivates good peer working relationships. Education: Typically a high school diploma, GED or equivalent related network experience; additional technical training desired. Experience: Typically 1-3 years network related technical experience. Supervisory: No. Environmental Requirements: This position may be responsible for contributing to AT&T 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.
Join AT&T and reimagine the communications and technologies that connect the world. We’re committed to those who seek to discover the undiscoverable and dare to disrupt the norm. Bring your bold ideas and fearless risk-taking to redefine connectivity and transform how the world shares stories and experiences that matter. When you step into a career with AT&T, you won’t just imagine the future – you’ll create it.
As a Planning & Design Engineer, you’ll play a key role in the construction of one of the largest fiber networks in the world! You’ll be responsible for the planning, design and analysis of outside plant facilities/networks. You’ll also 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. Success in the role will require a full understanding of outside plant installation and maintenance technician activities.
Key Roles and Responsibilities:
Provide detailed design for feeder and distribution facilities to meet service demands and conduct job costing activities
Oversee Loop electronics engineering/coordination and transmission equipment engineering
Monitor expenditures to ensure incurred costs are within authorized levels and oversee the coordination of construction budget and project management activities
Manage 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
Coach and train other designers
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.
Must have a satisfactory driving record and valid driver’s license
Outside Plant engineering or Construction experience
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong experience with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
4-year Engineering degree
Experience with computer aided design (CAD)
A career with us, a global leader in communications and technology, comes with big rewards. As part of our team, you’ll lead transformation surrounded by trailblazing industry leaders like you. You’ll be empowered to go above and beyond – making a difference through company-sponsored initiatives or connecting and networking through one of our many employee groups. And regardless of where you’re at in your career trajectory, you’ll be rewarded by the impact that comes with making a difference in the lives of millions. With AT&T, you’ll be a part of something greater, do incredible things and be rewarded with a chance to change the world.