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Serial No: 8716

List top 5 skills: copper provision/repair, fibre provision/repair
Short Bio:

As a Highly valued and experienced professional telecommunications engineer I have 11 years of diverse data & copper knowledge, essential fibre optic skills and a common sense approach,which I can combine with public and front line customer service. I have crucial management capabilities developed during a documented and distinguished 9 Year career in the British Army. I have served in multiple conflicts and received multiple commendations throughout my military career. Additionally I have experience in demanding and hostile environments, providing health and safety/security awareness and enhanced security clearance (SC).

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, Bahrain, canada, kuwait, new zealand, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States

Career History

Covering Operations Manager – Openreach MWF (Present)

Short/Long term cover of Managerial duties of a Mobile Workforce team of Engineers including:

  • Motivate and Manage performance within the team, identify areas of improvement and maximise revenue, customer satisfaction and efficiency.
  • Responsible for a wide range of issues such as discipline, attendance, security awareness and leadership
  • Act as a role model and SME promoting the values and behaviour required in and out of the public environment.
  • Maintain control and communication of Engineers over a large geographical area.
  • Follow up and resolve eViper issues and investigate, if needed the cause and identify areas which need to be addressed as a result.
  • Conduct Safety and Quality checks in line with the appropriate ISIS Documents. File the checks on FPQ/NASA.
  • Use systems such as CSS and WM Live on a day to day basis.
  • Ensure the correct training is undertaken by team members including any shortfalls to enable the delivery of effective results.
  • Authorise all hours worked throughout the week on time in line with policy.

Customer Services Engineer – Openreach MWF (Present)

Working as part of the Mobile Workforce in provision, maintenance and repair tasks on the Copper and FTTx networks.

  • Responsible for installation, demonstration, repair and testing of Overhead/UG PSTN/Network/Fibre installations on the Openreach access network.
  • Use latest fault finding techniques and testing aids such as OTDR, Light source and Power Meters, JDSU, HAWK and EXFO
  • Government vetting up to SC clearance allowing access to Closed User Groups, MOD facilities, Government facilities and facilities containing sensitive information.
  • Provide training when required on a range of skills to a wide range of audiences.
  • Responsible for self-administration, expenses, vehicle including maintenance and testing, training and pursuit of Professional Development.
  • Ensuring Health & Safety standards are met by visitors and employees, which include risk assessment and reports.

Telecommunications Technician Manager (Aug 03 – Jan 11)

The management and administration of personnel as well as accounting for millions of pounds worth of equipment. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Lead by example and accountable for effective, efficient performance and actions of his team members.
  • Being able to set objectives and ensure tasks are achieved.
  • A trained instructor & team leader, capable of delivering structured and non-structured lessons and presentations.
  • Produce and maintain training programs.
  • Ensuring Health & Safety standards are met by visitors and employees, which include risk assessment and reports.

Professional Qualifications

  • Level 3 Diploma in IT & Communications
  • BTEC Advanced Award in Managing Passive Optical Networks & Air Blown Fibre Systems (Level 3).
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 1 – Basic Principles of Communication Cabling.
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 2 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal Environment.
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 3 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an External Environment.
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 4 – Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment.
  • City & Guilds 6156 Unit 2 – New RASWA (Signing, Lighting and Guarding).
  • BTEC Advanced Award in Access Networks Systems (Level 3)
  • SWQR Card (Street Works Qualification Registered)
  • Full clean Drivers Licence with Cat B, C, & H. (Including all Provisional entitlements).
  • Civil Aviation Authority Offshore Radio Operator Qualified.
  • GDMSS Certificate Short Range.
  • City & Guilds Level 2 Communication Technology Practitioners.
  • GDMSS Certificate Short Range.
  • Level 2 Adult Numeracy.
  • Level 2 Adult Literacy.