thinking globally. working locally.
thinking globally. working locally.
We’re a diverse team of people with a wide range of skill-sets, but we share a passion for creating positive change in our industry. We enjoy what we do but we’re serious about delivering exceptional results. Our people are the driving force behind our business, and as a growing company, we’re always looking to meet new people who share our ambition and relish a challenge.
If you are an analytical thinker and want to join our team contact us today.
Due to our expanding business, we are recruiting for a well organised, enthusiastic Technical Solutions Engineer to join our dynamic wireless team. The candidate will form a key part of the project team and will liaise directly with the client. The role is based in client’s office in Dublin, with potential weekly visits to 4site Limerick office to engage with design teams. They will be joining a very experienced team of talented individuals with expertise across a wide variety of engineering disciplines and proven success in delivering large scale projects.
Nick Naughton is the UK Projects Director who’s got a real flair for serving up fibre networks and is relishing the opportunity to grow 4site’s presence in the UK.
Read all about Nick and his career journey.
Vera is our FTTH project technician. She moved from Latvia to Portugal and now to Ireland. As an amazing problem solver, she now designs the most efficient route for Siro’s underground and overhead infrastructure.
Johnny Lane is the ‘Lead Wireless Surveyor’ and loves nothing more than flying drones, or climbing a massive mobile tower! He creates the link between old technologies such as 2G and 3G and new technologies such as 4G and 5G, as well as being at the ‘coalface’ of IOT or ‘The Internet of Things’
Read all about Johnny and his career journey.
Chartered Engineer at 4site, Peadar O’Dalaigh, gives us insights on achieving a work-life balance within a busy company. ‘I love the diversity, you never do the same thing twice & there are always new challenges’, he says, read more about it here.
‘There’s no education course in Ireland for telecoms engineering so anything you learn you have to learn on the job. I had to embark on a steep learning curve at 4site, but it was worth it. I’ve ended up with considerable expertise in a relatively niche discipline.’ Mo Kashani, Fibre Optic Lead Design Engineer, 4site.
Read all about Mo and his journey in Employee Stories: Encouraged to Grow here.
Rusty started in 4site as a surveyor on the SIRO project, progressing to leading the 4site surveyors and designers on CityFibre in the UK. He is now part of the design team, based in Limerick, planning the networks of the future.
Neville is the electrical project manager at 4site and with over 20 years’ experience working as an electrician on leading Telco projects around Europe, he knows what it takes to bring power to the most difficult of sites.
Read all about Neville and his journey here.
why join us.
Lee-Anne’s not a magician, but she has a team of the world’s best engineers on call that can make network problems disappear.
We’ve built our business through honest and open relationships with our clients and partners. As a result, our clients know they can depend on us and pick up the phone whenever there is a problem.
Integrity is an essential value of our business. We’re proud of the work we’ve done in the past and the relationships we’ve built. We continually strive to deliver work that we can be proud of and that we can stand over for years to come.
Niall’s never going to win the Great Irish Bake-Off but he knows the ingredients for a successful network.
In an industry with complex systems, processes and infrastructure, simplicity is crucial. In everything we do, we take the time to understand every element of a project so we can develop the simplest and most effective solutions.
Colin’s not a superhero, but if you run into network trouble, he’s the one you want to call.
If you want to know more about what we do or how we can add value to your business get in touch: