Buried Drop Technician Job In Greenbrier, Arkansas, Cornerstone Recruiting

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Buried Drop Technician Job In Greenbrier, Arkansas, Cornerstone Recruiting
United States, Arkansas, Greenbrier,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Buried drop technician

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We are hiring for a Buried Drop Technician who will be responsible for installing buried copper, fiber, and coaxial cable from anetwork hub to clients residences. We are looking for career motivated individuals who will go through training to learn how to install. You must be comfortable climbing telephone poles and ladders to connect aerial to buried service lines. Must be able to walk 1/2 mile plus, folowing a drop plow that places buried cable. Candidates will receive a company vehicle and will work outdoors. Valid Driver's License, basic math and technology skills, ability to lift 50 pounds and capable of working aloft. Must be open to working a traditional schedule and willing to work overtime including day, evening, weekend and some Vacation hours. This company offers a very generous and aggressive pay increase schedule, full benefits, 401K, life insurance for entire family, education assistance plan, plus much more!

If you would like immediate consideration for this position please send resume to Connor Wolf at (url removed) or apply directly to this advertisement.

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