​What is a Fibre Supervisor?

A Fibre Supervisor is a key profession within the telecoms sector that is responsible for providing supervision and guidance to a team of fibre engineers when installing fibre optics. Usually reporting into a Project Manager, or Fibre Project Manager as Fibre Supervisor assists in surveying sites and ensuring the work is being delivered safely and to a high standard.

What are the typical duties and activities for a Fibre Supervisor?

From employer to employer the job description of a Fibre Supervisor will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:

  • Managing all staff including sub-contractors to ensure work is completed at a high standard and to company guidelines.

  • Carry out audits to make sure health and safety and quality are at the forefront of focus

  • Write, receive and review work packages, safety documentation and relevant drawings to allow personnel to undertake the various tasks to completion of the project.

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​Located on the River Inn, Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in Austria with an estimated population of 132,493 in 2018. The name Innsbruck means ‘bridge over the inn’. Innsbruck is also officially one of six Early Adopter Cities of the Build-in-Wood project. Innbruck has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, including;

House of Music

Covering an area of 7900 metres squared this project, which is located in the cultural centre of Innsbruck will see a new building built offering multiple musical institutions, concert halls, administration, dining, and adjoining rooms and a national music library. The outdoor terraces will also offer visitors spectacular views of the Alps and the city of Innsbruck.

House for Psychosocial Care and Living

This new build will see a new building consisting of 14 small apartments distributed over four floors, providing a temporary home for people with chronic mental illnesses. This building is being monitored by the University of Innsbruck due to its innovative energy technology with all-electric heating and hot water, supplied by full-surface frameless photovoltaic facade.

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