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Construction Coordinator

Eastlink - 28 Jobs
Grande Prairie, AB
Posted 25 days ago This job may expire soon!

Eastlink is a family owned, entrepreneurial and innovative company headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We take great pride in being a leader in delivering creative competitive, customer focused telecommunications solutions, and connecting our customers to the things and people that matter most. Serving a customer base across seven provinces, our advanced solutions include Internet, Mobile, TV, Telephone, Security and Automation, Data Communications and exclusive locally produced programming on Eastlink Community TV.

We embrace diversity, inclusion, equity and accessibility throughout all levels of the organization and encourage members of equity groups to self-identify during the application process.

Eastlink is presently seeking a Construction Coordinator to join our team in Grande Prairie, AB.

Reporting to the Outside Plant Projects Manager, the Construction Coordinator will play a key role responsible for overseeing the quality and efficiency of fiber construction services, Site surveys and projects throughout Grande Prairie. Inclusive of coordinating the daily activities related to all aerial and underground plant construction, the Construction Coordinator will complete site visits, provide recommendations for routing and pole positioning as well as meet with external stakeholders to secure clearances and permits. Responsible for providing updates to internal and external customers, the Construction Coordinator will work to ensure that all projects comply with relevant standards/ regulations and are completed on time and budget. The Construction Coordinator will also assign day to day project activities to internal staff and contractors while contributing to the effective operation of the Engineering Construction team.


  • Engineering related college diploma or comparable experience coupled with 3 years of experience in RF Construction, and Fiber Optic technology and construction.
  • Underground construction with a minimum of 3 years field construction.
  • Experience with fiber backhaul construction/splicing to Wireless Mobile sites, small cells, and FTTX projects.
  • Experience with Joint Use Utility applications and standards.
  • Project management experience to effectively multi-task and prioritize work.
  • Focused on the details, and quality results.
  • A customer service orientated individual, who embraces opportunities to collaborate with your peers and key stakeholders while working within a fast paced, dynamic work environment.
  • Possess a valid drivers license with a clean driver abstract

Why Choose Eastlink?

Eastlink operates in a culture of continuous improvement through listening, learning and adapting, which enables us to respond quickly to the evolving needs of both employees and customers. We recognize that our truly greatest competitive edge is our people and that delivering a great customer experience begins with a great employee experience. Our philosophy of developing and training our team “on the ground” not only helps to create a strong onboarding experience but also readies employees for future growth opportunities within the organization.

Get your career started with us and stay with us, your journey begins here!

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About Eastlink

About Eastlink

Our Story
In the early 1970s, Eastlink entered the cable television business in Amherst, Nova Scotia with a handful of employees and a single cable license. Since then, this Platinum Status Canadian Best Managed company has grown to more than 1,700 employees delivering world-class communications, entertainment, television and advertising services to hundreds of thousands of residential, business and public sector customers in Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba, British Columbia and Bermuda.
Eastlink has been heralded as a pioneer in the Canadian telecommunications landscape and carries the distinction of being the first cable company in Canada to enter the telephone market, and the first in North America to combine cable, Internet and telephone service in a communications and entertainment bundle.

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