Terra Technologeis LLC, a Congruex Company, is looking for an Engineering Fielder to join our engineering team. Learn more about our operating unit at www.congruex.com/terra-technologies.
Who is Congruex Congruex designs and builds broadband and wireless communications infrastructure. The work we do enables everything in the modern world to operate, from healthcare and energy to transportation and social interactions. We deliver turn-key network solutions under a single platform by aligning our engineering and in-market construction operating units. Our vision is to be the best end-to-end provider of network services in the U.S. and our core values of GRIT connect everything we do.
We are building tomorrow, together. Will you join us?
Your New Job Job Summary:
Safety is our first priority at Terra Technologies, and we expect all our employees to not only adhere to our safety policies but play an active role in building our safety culture. As a Field Engineer you will have the opportunity to tackle a variety of challenges, collaborate and problem solve with a team, interface with our clients, and develop new skills. The right person for this position enjoys working outdoors in all types of weather, is a self-starter, detail oriented, an excellent communicator, who can manage time effectively, and is committed to accuracy, quality and continued learning.
Our field engineers perform a variety of tasks including field verification and data collection of existing underground and aerial utilities, creating utility mapping using electromagnetic locators, GPS receivers, mapping software, working with our civil engineers and CAD teams on client deliverables. You will have the opportunity to perform all levels of Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and utility designation work for small and large civil projects in accordance with ASCE 38-22, Common Ground Alliance Best Practices, state, and local requirements. Your work will take you around the state where you will be using computers and mobile devices to review plans and outside plant (OSP) utility records, accessing all manner of electronics cabinets, pedestals, pull boxes, buildings, and underground utility vaults, collecting valuable information that will help us and our clients make critical decisions about their facilities.
Job Responsibilities (Including, but not limited to):
Recording field locates with GNSS RTK GPS receivers.
Locating buried or hidden access points with metal detectors
85% field work, 15% office work
Primary areas of responsibility are Miami Dade, Broward, and Monroe Counties
Operating motor vehicles, driving for extended periods.
Working outdoors in all types of weather
Working in the public right of way under variable traffic conditions
Wearing personal protective equipment
Accessing underground vaults utilizing confined space safety training and equipment
Perform repetitive physical tasks such as climbing ladders, stooping, bending crawling, and walking long distances in all types of terrain for extended periods.
Operate gas- and diesel-powered pumps and electric blowers.
Working on a computer, tablet, or other mobile devices
Operating basic power and hand tools
Weekend and night work may be required.
Analyzing utility records, cable maps, and plans
Utilize specialty tools to safely remove and open lids and covers from utility vaults and access points.
Photograph facilities and take comprehensive field notes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Skills & Qualifications:
A positive can-do attitude and openness to trying things new ways.
GRIT values – Guts, Reliability, Innovation, and Teamwork
Must have a valid Driver’s License
2-5 years of recent experience using electromagnetic pipe and cable locators
Must be able to lift 75 pounds.
Basic math skills to record field measurements.
Must be familiar with and have a basic working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of products including Outlook, Word, and Excel
Must have basic experience using cloud-based platforms to manage projects, upload, and download data.
Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and MVR screening.
Must be able to travel within the state of Florida and stay overnight with limited notice.
Must be able travel out of state if needed.
Must be able to walk long distances while carrying 10 to 20 pounds for extended periods.
Must be comfortable accessing and working in underground confined spaces
Desired Skills & Qualifications:
Understanding of telecommunications network design
Knowledge of AT&T’s wireline outside plant (OSP) facilities and records systems
Experience in telecommunications OSP engineering design and practices
Experience in all levels of utility designation
Experience in surveying and GIS data capture
Why Work At Congruex
No matter what role you play, you are an important part of the One Congruex Family. We offer:
Medical, Dental & Vision Benefits
401(k) Program with a Company Match
Free Wellness Resources & Marketplace Discounts
Paid Maternity & Parental Leave
Paid Basic Life Insurance & Voluntary Options
The pillars of Congruex culture are GRIT, safety, inclusion, and family.
The Fine Print:
We will determine salary based on skills and experience in relation to the function of the role, as well as equity to employees in similar roles. Some benefits have eligibility criteria. All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at-will” employment relationship.