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Project Resources Group (PRG) is a rapidly growing company with Corporate Headquarters in Denver, Colorado, and operations in 40 states around the United States. We are committed to helping our customers in the telecommunication and utility industries manage their outside plant needs. Over the last 20 years, we have built our expertise and have become a subject matter expert (SME) on all things outside plant construction.
We are currently looking for an outside plant expert for our OSP Construction Coordinator role. Is that you?
Being an OSP Construction Coordinator at PRG is a unique opportunity for the well-versed in outside plant telecommunications, bringing the best parts of the traditional job. Our OSP Coordinators are well-versed in outside plant telecommunications. We run cable fiber and/or coax for both aerial and underground scenarios. Our people have a passion for the telecommunications industry which gives them several options for career growth into roles such as Project Manager, Construction Manager, and more.
Because of the growing demand for high-speed cable, we are searching for a teammate who's committed to working on a long-term project to bring our customer over the finish line. PRG has a top client in your area that's got a project that will allow you to spend your days in both the field and the office.
In the field, you'll be asked to perform the following functions:
Ensure & QC the execution of overhead/ug construction
Troubleshoot any build-out issues in the field
Verify that subcontractors have the necessary PPE gear to perform work
Supports Specialists and leadership with coordination of projects
Communicate with any customers in the path of construction
In the office, youíll be responsible for the following functions:
Generates logs and reports on construction, projects, materials, and expenditures.
Updates the JT or Polaris entry (job docs/maps) QC for path verification
Reviews, resolves, follows-up customer request and complaints
Provide weekly reports to management on construction activity
Thatís the day in the life of a PRG Construction Coordinator. If that sounds like an ideal day at work, keep reading to know what experience and skills we hope you have.
Must have 3+ years of hands-on experience in cable construction and troubleshooting
Educated on local area dig laws
Preferred college degree in Construction Management or Engineering
Skills and abilities:
Strong leadership skills to mentor and influence subcontractors and vendors
Customer service acumen to interpret, communicate, and help deliver client needs
Impressive ability to organize and prioritize projects
Strong understanding of coaxial cable
Computer proficiency and Microsoft tools to create, manage, and present data and reporting to various stakeholders and management
Strong communication skills and ability to adjust delivery to your audience verbally and in writing
Willingness to use your vehicle in the field (mileage reimbursement at the standard federal rate)
Interested and able to work overtime occasionally to meet project demands
Perform job functions both indoors and outdoors rain or shine
Must be able to walk extensively, sit, stand, and climb stairs throughout the day
Still a good fit? If so, the selected candidate will enjoy the following perks and compensation:
$34-$38/hr with the ability to earn an annual bonus.
Health benefits include medical, dental & vision for you and your dependents on the first of the month following your start date.
Company-paid Short-term Disability benefits after 1 year of service.
401(k) Plan on the first of the month following your start date with a safe-harbor match after 1 year of service.
Supplemental Life Insurance offered for you and your dependents.
ClassPass shared cost membership is offered to each employee.
Paid time off and holiday pay so you can enjoy time with your friends and family.
PRG is a dedicated employer of choice and we realize that our people are our biggest asset. We work hard at building a team that fosters collaboration, new ideas, and fun. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Project Resources Group embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.