LYNNWOOD , Washington
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- Communicator 7
- Personable 8
- Helpful 10
- Detail-oriented 8
- Adaptable 9
- Tech savvy 7
LYNNWOOD , Washington
Works inside or outside to install and repair equipment, and/or services; Makes necessary connections to provide voice, data, and video service. Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Install and rearrange inside wire
- Install Network Interface Device (NID)
- Place and replace Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
- Place cross-connects as appropriate between SAC point and the 7330 or its equivalent
- Verify all service are working
- Educate customers on the features and functionality of the services
- Demonstrates, sells, and bills appropriate items of telephone service on contacts w/customers.
- Selects location and installs equipment with customers, including inside wiring.
- Performs the maintenance of the CPE equipment, wiring & jacks inside the customer’s premise up to and including the NID
- Use simple meters to perform Go, NO-Go type testing.
- Perform work in buildings, attics, basements, and crawl spaces
- Perform work involving bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, etc.
- Use company PC to retrieve and complete orders
- Works independently with little supervision
- Works outside in all types of weather
- Drives a company vehicle or may report directly to work location.
- Positions AT&T as the premier provider of choice.
- Uses and/or wears appropriate safety equipment and follows established safety practices and procedures.
- Specific assignments may involve driving a company vehicle. These assignments require a minimum age of 18, an acceptable driving record and a valid driver's license.
- May require the ability to drive a vehicle with manual transmission, depending on job assignment.
- Satisfactory attendance record and performance ratings in present job.
- Satisfactory results from a security investigation, as required, unless previously met.
- Other factors which may vary based on work group requirements.
- Must wear body belt and pouch with tools weighing about 15 pounds.
- Lifting will be required, up to 80 pounds, depending on assignment.
- Uses hand tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, drills and wrenches.
- To meet manufacturer's safety requirements on equipment used, candidate's body weight, plus tools and material, must not exceed 300 pounds for assignments involving ladder climbing.
- Must be able to distinguish colors in accordance with specific job requirements.
- Must be able to climb ladders up to 28 feet and work aloft with hand tools.
- Requires the ability to climb poles and ladders.
Hours vary depending on assignment. May be required to work day, evening, or night shifts; overtime, call-outs, weekends and holidays as required. On-call availability may be required. Out- of-town assignments may be required which may include travel and overnight stay.
- Classroom training.
- On-the-job training.
Date posted 06/13/2018
Want to know what to expect? Here’s a breakdown of the typical application process.
- Your experience can take between 4 – 7 weeks depending on location and time of year.
- Check your email regularly for any follow-ups.
- You may have to pass an assessment before moving on to the next step.
- Your interview may be online. Make sure you have a strong connection and dress professionally.
How to prepare for your assessment
Our goal is to set you up for success at AT&T.
That's why we’re providing you with the information you need to prepare for the entire application process. When you’re getting ready, it’s a good idea to find a quiet place, get in the zone and answer as honestly as possible. And to prevent any errors from happening, make sure you are doing so on a computer and not a mobile device.
Good company, good pay, a lot of overtime
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Never know what time you'll be done since you have to complete every job, same job could take you 45 minutes or 3-4 hours so it's hard to make plans.Current Employee – Technician
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