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ElecComm is Hiring Underground Electrical Cable Installers and Pullers in Massachusetts

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, May 15, 2012

ElecComm is currently looking for Underground Electrical Cable Installers and Pullers. Role and responsibilities includes: installing and constructing of plant and equipment; directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating; and incumbents work under general supervision.

The position includes directing and performing functions associated with cable, electrical equipment, and conduit to install, and/or remove. Operates trucks and equipment of any size in conjunction with inspecting, installing, connecting, disconnecting of conductors, and other plant and equipment. Assist or be assisted by personnel of a higher, equal, or lower rating for all tasks within the line of progression.

Must have full knowledge of: The Fundamentals of electricity; the layout, functions and construction of the underground electric system; the theory and practices of splicing, the standards and specifications for installation, removal and repair of he underground electric systems; the practices, principles of operations and the proper applications of equipment as prescribed by the Company for safety and first aid.

For more information, click UG Lineworker Leader, or contact ElecComm by calling 866-466-2931.

ElecComm Begins Fiber Splicing for the Open Cape Project

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 04, 2012

ElecComm splice crews commenced fiber splicing on the Open Cape Project. Crews are installing fiber optic cable ends into Coyote splice enclosures. The cable ends will be butt spliced together in order to complete the main run or backbone cable for the project. Each splice location needs to have a 144 fiber strands fusion spliced together. Once the backbone is complete, work will begin on laterals – connecting municipal buildings, businesses , and communication hubs.

Picture of Splice TrayDisplays ID tag showing directions of the cable is going. This cable routes towards Fall River.Picture of fiber splice tray which hold the strands of fiber secure and neat. Each fiber  tray holds 48 fusion splices.  Technicians complete three splice trays for a total of 144 fusion splices per location.Display of a Coyote aerial splice enclosure.  Splice enclosures are an air tight container that helps keep the fibers strands and fusion splices dry and clean.
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