Hotwire Communications

  • Underground Construction Technician

    Job Locations US-FL-Fort Lauderdale
    Posted Date 1 month ago(7/19/2018 12:29 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1122
    # of Openings
    1
    Department
    Construction
  • Who We Are

    Come power the future with us!

     

    From the beginning, Hotwire Communications has been focused on the future – bringing the power and speed of fiber optics directly to customers. We were among the first companies in the US to offer IPTV Video and the first to offer gigabit speeds in Florida.

     

    And that leadership continues.

     

    We are looking for team members who are passionate about technology and what it means for all our lives. We are looking for leaders to drive us into the future and we are looking for individuals who are prepared to do whatever it takes to create a truly exceptional customer experience day in and day out.

    What You Will Be Doing

    Role and Responsibilities

    • Must be Proficient at basic construction tasks, use basic tools proficiently
    • Basic knowledge of the Intranet and other proprietary software Hotwire may utilize.
    • Must be comfortable working on a ladder and all heights. Must be comfortable working in confined spaces.
    • Is proficient at using small hand tools and larger power tools.
    • Up holds the white-glove company mantra, and exhibits positive attitude with customers.
    • Works with Direct and Indirect Supervision.
    • Attendance, above average and is prompt.
    • Able to properly document and submit timesheets, on time.
    • Compliant with safety procedures and requirements
    • Demonstrates and exhibits proper Uniform practices.

    What You Need to Bring

    WORKING EXPERIENCE:

     

     

    Years in Industry: 1-3 years of experience performing construction related tasks

     

    EDUCATION EQUIVALENT:

     

     

    High School Diploma or GED equivalent

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