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Standard User w00d5t0ck
(newbie) Sun 08-Dec-19 19:59:49
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Re: Some advice for working as a Civil Engineer with Openrea


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Cheers for that Jonnie..good advice
Standard User w00d5t0ck
(newbie) Sun 08-Dec-19 20:13:28
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How many people are there for the assessment day ?
Standard User jonnie99
(newbie) Mon 09-Dec-19 10:39:32
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I think there was supposed to be 10-12 in my group but less than 1/2 turned up.


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Standard User Micky37
(newbie) Tue 17-Dec-19 21:01:52
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Re: Some advice for working as a Civil Engineer with Openrea


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Does anyone know what this line of business means within Openreach?

I received the below regarding my new job but I’d like to know what ‘BO-BO’ is?

Job request number : ****
Job title: Civils Engineer Team
Role code: TMNE2
Line of business : BO-BO CHIEF ENGINEER
Work location: ****

Michael
Standard User Zarjaz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 17-Dec-19 21:15:19
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‘Behalf Of’ ??

The Chief Engineers office are like the ‘elite’ problem solving team, also trialling new techniques and products.

I can imagine how them having their own ‘tame’ civils team might be very useful. Some of the longest delays in problem resolution are due to delays awaiting contractors to complete civils work.

Standard User MC31
(member) Tue 17-Dec-19 21:44:49
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Civil's don't have to give the hrs travel time as you have to start at a yard. Work wise it's digging holes about 1.5 x 1 M or duct usually no more then 30M. Thing is there is a lot of stuff under footways so you can't go mad.

these comments are my own and in no way represent any company that i may or may not be linked too.
Standard User Micky37
(newbie) Tue 17-Dec-19 22:07:13
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[re: Zarjaz] [link to this post]
 
Thanks Zarjaz,

Yes, It may well be as simple as ‘behalf of’.

You don’t happen to have any knowledge of what Openreach training for civils team members involves?

Information online is hard to come by compared with info for normal ‘trainee engineer’ roles.

Best regards
Michael
Standard User Ady70
(newbie) Wed 18-Dec-19 16:58:23
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Hi, I’ve been in construction and civil engineering for the las 30 years. The last 20 years self employed. I’ve applied for a job on bt civils and I have been asked to take a video interview this week! Could anybody give me any tips on what to expect. All help gratefully received
Standard User Zarjaz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 18-Dec-19 18:02:56
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Nope.

It’s a very new role I believe. Always been done by contractors in the past.

Standard User Ady70
(newbie) Wed 18-Dec-19 18:34:24
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Hi ,Ive got a video interview this week, any tips you could pass on please.
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