Survey Construction Coordinator in Brooklyn, New York | DiversityInc Careers
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Survey Construction Coordinator

The purpose of this position is to be responsible for the Survey phase of cable construction projects in a manner consistent with Charter Communications policies, procedures, quality work standards, customer needs, and applicable local, state and federal regulations. The Survey Construction Coordinator will report on the status of construction Survey projects and serve as the primary point of contact for vendors, project personnel, building POCs and anyone seeking information related to the Survey phase of the Construction project.


  • Project assignments will include short and long term construction survey projects with associated timelines or multi phased schedules, including residential and multi dwelling projects, join trench, commercial construction, forced relocations, node splits, upgrades, etc. as well as Serviceability requests, small plant extensions, cable replacements, apartment rewires, plant repairs, power supply replacements/upgrades, etc
  • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment.
  • Must be ability to handle multiple projects at once
  • Demonstrates competence in all areas of Construction and cable plant and advanced specialized knowledge
  • Capability to work with internal and external business partners
  • Coordinate surveys through various phases of the project
  • Possess effective and clear communication skills both written and verbal.
  • Must be able to produce desired reports
  • Completes field serviceability and site survey requests including cost estimates and submission of estimate
  • Prepare and complete various construction survey related paperwork and permits. This may include: strand map information, system designs, purchase authorizations, in addition to various weekly and monthly construction survey reports
  • Monitor actual material and labor spending against Project Authorizations and ensure accuracy of and approval of contractor invoices
  • May partner with design center, various sales associates, building owners, developers, local and state municipalities regarding projects
  • Prepares and completes any necessary weekly/monthly and field operations reports
  • Coordinate the construction survey activity with the contractor, ensuring all construction specifications, and safety guidelines are adhered to
  • Represent Charter at pre-construction and planning meetings
  • Report all unsafe acts, conditions, accidents and injuries in compliance with Time Warner procedures and FCC and OSHA regulations
Daily Tasks Before Start of Construction:

  • Monitor the “Pending Walkout” queue in Salesforce for new jobs
  • Review the scope of work
  • Review design and confirm cost approval
  • Coordinate permitting and make ready process
  • Complete material orders needed
  • Issue the work order to the contractor or in house construction
  • Communicate with Access team for ROE
  • Perform job site visits and surveys as required
  • Ensure site surveys are completed within the standardized SLA.

Daily Tasks During Construction:

  • Ensure projects are completed within designated parameters
  • Confirm contractors have access to the required locations and engage Access team when needed
  • Coordinate contractor COI approvals
  • Communicate with contractors and in-house foreman for updates on the status
  • Provide updates to the PMO teams
  • Manage redesign process – immediate resolution and interaction between Survey, Design, and Construction
  • Respond to failed installs - immediate resolution and interaction between Survey, Design, and Construction
  • Re-engage departments as needed to expedite completion
  • Manage various process trackers
  • Auditing Production Reports
  • Update progress details DOCK and Salesforce
  • Perform site inspections for quality control as required throughout duration of project

Daily Tasks on Completion of Construction:

  • Request and review as-built, upload to DOCK
  • Perform site inspections for quality control
  • Review and verify contractor invoicing, communicate with contractor on discrepancies
  • Schedule and monitor work orders on the Splicing and Certification and on the construction tracker
  • Update progress details DOCK and Salesforce


  • Individuals should have at least 4-8 years of relevant field experience in CATV construction, service or plant maintenance, Design, understanding of outside cable plant, basic mathematics, and city/county map reading
  • Must have strong computer skills (MS Excel, Outlook, Word)
  • Knowledge of aerial and underground engineering/construction
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, working efficiently and effectively under deadlines
  • Technically proficient in all aspects of fiber optic engineering, construction, and Splicing procedures
  • Ability to organize and control inventories
  • Working knowledge of OSHA and FCC regulations and specifications, supervision and office procedures
  • Must possess a valid driver's license with good driving record
  • Bilingual, preferred


  • High school diploma or general education diploma (GED) required
  • Preferred 2 year Associate degree in electronics or related discipline
Physical Requirements

  • This position involves both field and office work. Must be able to work in various weather conditions, which could be extreme hot or cold conditions
  • Must be able to lift and carry up to 75 pounds. Position will also involve sitting, standing, stooping, and/or crawling
  • Required to drive company vehicle and may drive for long periods of time