Fiber Optic Splicing

  • Location
    Ottawa , Ontario
  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Direct Hire

Our Client in Kanata is currently looking for experienced Fiber Optic Splicing Operators to join their team. We currently have openings on the Day, Evening and Night shift. This client offers competitive salary based on level of experience and shift.

Under close supervision, the Fiber Optic Splicing Operator carries out assigned tasks in a highly structured, repetitive environment. A key part of this role is to learn focused tasks well, and repeat these tasks to produce a high volume of quality product in the shortest possible time, to maintain aggressive production schedules.

Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Duties:

- Uses electronic splicing equipment for assembly purposes.
- Independently assembles components according to specific drawings and procedures and process documentation.
- Independently provides support to the Manufacturing Team Lead.
- Identifies, articulates and escalates problems or issues for Technical Support or Engineering, and assists in gathering requested information and proof necessary to help establish the root cause of problems and determine corrective action.
- Recognizes discrepancies in documentation or problems with quality, product or process, and recommends changes.
- Conducts product inspection, documenting as required, according to specific procedures.
- Uses a variety of current software to properly execute required computer transactions, such as SFDC, Agile, and Excel.
- Properly executes on inventory control, cycle counting, and computer transactions.
- Ability to utilize, understand and follow Kitting protocols for planned and customized orders.
- Orders and ensures any printed labels are correct and transacted to the correct planned order on tracker.
- Works with Engineering to implement continuous improvement.
- Identifies, reads/interprets and applies complex ECO modifications or other instructions.
- Records data on a daily basis.
- Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
- Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures and performance standards.







Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Requirements:

- 26 week college course in Electronics Assembly, or equivalent education and experience.
- Minimum 1 year experience in fiber splicing
- Good written and verbal communication skills in English needed to escalate issues to team leads, engineering and other departments.
- Ability to multitask.
- Demonstrated capability in all aspects of the area.
- Ability to read, understand and apply process documents.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Excel to record data.
- Ability to use fiber splicing equipment.
- Demands: prolonged sitting, visual acuity, manual dexterity, lifting and carrying, attention to detail, good hand/eye coordination.
- Equipment/materials: computer, electronic splicing equipment.
- Hazards: working with chemicals, optical fiber, laser safety, UV.

If you are interested in applying for the Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Job in Ottawa, please click on Apply Now!

Our Client in Kanata is currently looking for experienced Fiber Optic Splicing Operators to join their team. We currently have openings on the Day, Evening and Night shift. This client offers competitive salary based on level of experience and shift.

Under close supervision, the Fiber Optic Splicing Operator carries out assigned tasks in a highly structured, repetitive environment. A key part of this role is to learn focused tasks well, and repeat these tasks to produce a high volume of quality product in the shortest possible time, to maintain aggressive production schedules.

Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Duties:

- Uses electronic splicing equipment for assembly purposes.
- Independently assembles components according to specific drawings and procedures and process documentation.
- Independently provides support to the Manufacturing Team Lead.
- Identifies, articulates and escalates problems or issues for Technical Support or Engineering, and assists in gathering requested information and proof necessary to help establish the root cause of problems and determine corrective action.
- Recognizes discrepancies in documentation or problems with quality, product or process, and recommends changes.
- Conducts product inspection, documenting as required, according to specific procedures.
- Uses a variety of current software to properly execute required computer transactions, such as SFDC, Agile, and Excel.
- Properly executes on inventory control, cycle counting, and computer transactions.
- Ability to utilize, understand and follow Kitting protocols for planned and customized orders.
- Orders and ensures any printed labels are correct and transacted to the correct planned order on tracker.
- Works with Engineering to implement continuous improvement.
- Identifies, reads/interprets and applies complex ECO modifications or other instructions.
- Records data on a daily basis.
- Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
- Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures and performance standards.







Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Requirements:

- 26 week college course in Electronics Assembly, or equivalent education and experience.
- Minimum 1 year experience in fiber splicing
- Good written and verbal communication skills in English needed to escalate issues to team leads, engineering and other departments.
- Ability to multitask.
- Demonstrated capability in all aspects of the area.
- Ability to read, understand and apply process documents.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Excel to record data.
- Ability to use fiber splicing equipment.
- Demands: prolonged sitting, visual acuity, manual dexterity, lifting and carrying, attention to detail, good hand/eye coordination.
- Equipment/materials: computer, electronic splicing equipment.
- Hazards: working with chemicals, optical fiber, laser safety, UV.

If you are interested in applying for the Fiber Optic Splicing Operator Job in Ottawa, please click on Apply Now!