Job Opening: Federated Broadband Installation and Service Technician
Federated Broadband, operating by and through Federated Rural Electric Association, is seeking qualified candidates who possess the right skill set in the fast-growing internet service industry. Federated Broadband is an internet service provider operating primarily in Jackson and Martin Counties of southern Minnesota providing fixed wireless and fiber to the home internet service to the rural areas.
Responsibilities and Skills: The Broadband Installation and Service Technician is responsible for providing excellent installation and customer service to the members of Federated Broadband, as well as maintaining customer premises equipment (CPE) as needed, ensuring that networks are operating correctly and identifying issues which may require changes or upgrades for optimal performance. The technician must have the ability to install and troubleshoot both fixed wireless (FW) and fiber to the premise (FTTP) services and troubleshoot each accordingly. A complete job description along with an application may be found under the employment section of the Federated Broadband website at www.federatedbroadband.coop.
Federated Broadband offers a competitive wage and an attractive benefits package. Starting wage will range from $18 to $24 per hour, depending on training and experience. The position will be open until filled, and more than one candidate may be hired. Completed applications and candidate resumes should be mailed to: Attention Troy, Federated Broadband, 77100 Highway 71 S, PO Box 69, Jackson MN 56143; or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This institution is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
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