Broadband Technicians / Veterans

Job Description


Are You a Transitioning, Veteran, Reservist or National Guard Service Member Seeking:

A challenging new career in the technology industry

A stable, full-time position with benefits, paid training, certification and advancement

To learn a life-long, skilled trade in an industry that literally never slows down


MUST HAVE YOUR OWN TRUCK, VAN or SUV (reimbursement paid)

Pass a background check and drug screen

Valid driver's license with clean driving record

If military Veteran, honorable service discharge

Position Benefits:

No experience required for entry level positions - training provided

Medical, dental, vision, disability, PTO and holidays, 401k

Performance Based Bonus Opportunities

Position Overview:

As a Cable/Broadband Technician you will install and service cable television, high-speed Internet and phone services for residential and business customers. This involves installing, troubleshooting, testing and repairing aerial/underground drops, exterior/interior wiring, and equipment such as cable receivers, Internet modems/routers, IP phone systems and more. Technicians maintain knowledge of all systems for service connects/reconnects, upgrades/ downgrades, and must maintain professional contact with customers at all times.

Daily Duties:

Maintain connections from cable system "tap" to customer equipment

Work with signal level meters to read RF levels that signify if there are issues with customer's services and repair any issues

Provide customer education on all installed equipment

Verify all services are active per customer work order

Close and code out all work orders with proper job codes

Maintain communication with supervisor/dispatch involving troubleshooting, error completes and time management

Maintain work truck appearance, organize truck to limit equipment/tool loss and come to work dressed in the appropriate uniform

Physical Requirements:

Lifting up to 80 lbs. at a full range of motion

Use of tools for various physical activities like digging a trench for a bury drop

Ability to climb a ladder, not afraid of heights, work in confined spaces like attics/crawl spaces

Utilize proper safety equipment at all times

Work outdoors in the elements

Compensation Range

$30,000-$40,000 yr. earning potential. This is based on a piece rate compensation plan.

Company Description
Veteran Support Services and Development Systems
Learning Alliance Corporation (LAC) is focused on providing our transitioning military service members and veterans in our community with support to overcome the road-blocks associated with sustainable employment opportunities. LAC ensures our military service members receive the tools needed to succeed in civilian life and the civilian workforce into careers suitable for their level of military experience and economic sustainability.
This is achieved by providing the following veteran services:
? Tools to translate military experience into recognizable civilian job skills
? Civilian certifications to transfer military experience into its civilian recognized credentials
? Industry specific Continuing Education and re-certification services
? Skills assessment services to identifying and fill skill gaps
For veterans that are in the transitioning process, mentoring in four critical areas required to sustain a successful transition:
? Career development and resume writing services to communicate transferable skills to employers
? Cultural Adaptation- introduction to community partners that support the transition process
? Obtaining VA Benefits and Education Planning to support the activation and utilization of benefits
? VA Housing Engagements that communicates the VA loan process and support to acquire a home
? Transferable Benefits obtained by veterans that can rendered to family members based on year served
The LAC goal is to seamlessly support all military personnel towards sustainable employment through individual mentoring, career management, counseling, and weekend and evening programs that close skill gaps and provide networking opportunities with civilian hiring managers. The continuous communication from our employers has given LAC the tools needed to understand employment requirements to support our veterans with sustainable employability.

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