SIG/COM employs some of the finest telecommunication technicians in the Western United States. Our company is always searching for talented individuals interested in career advancement. Some of the qualities we look for are a strong work ethic, ability to work independently and as a team player, a person who is self-motivated and who always gives 110%. It's important that our employees show pride in workmanship, be dependable, eager to learn and exhibits loyalty. The successful candidate must be skilled in all phases of central office and remote installation.
At least two-years experience is required in the following areas and on the subsequent equipment:
Pre-employment drug testing is required in addition to random testing.
Smoking is permitted only in areas designated as "Smoking Area".
Clothing should be clean, without holes and appropriate for the job in which you are performing.
A clean, professional appearance must be maintained at all times.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of 5-years experience installing, commissioning & maintaining the Nortel DMS-10s is required. You must be able to demonstrate a high level of competency in the areas of DMS-10 translations, installation, maintenance, 48Vdc plant, GR303 integration, CO synchronization, CCS7, Voice & Data Circuits and general CO safety practices. A general knowledge of PCs, Microsoft Word & Excel is a must.
- This position will consist of moderate travel throughout the state.
- All potential employees will need to meet the eligibility requirements of the IBEW Local 1547.
- A competitive benefits package is offered in conjunction with the IBEW Local 1547.
ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES WHO MEET THE ABOVE CRITERIA NEED APPLY.
If you meet the above criteria and would like employment consideration, please forward a resume, along with a cover letter and three (3) professional references, to:
Signal Communications, Inc.
Attn: Hiring Manager
36254 Kenai Spur Hwy, Suite 1
Soldotna, AK 99669
Fax: (907) 262-1081 ~ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Ninety-three percent (93%) of the telephone access lines in Alaska are provided by utilities that are signatory to the Inside Construction Agreement of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) bargaining agreement. This fact, and IBEWs skilled labor pool, dictates that we also be signatory to the IBEW Local 1547. SIG/COM utilizes the IBEW Referral Procedure when supplementary personnel are necessary in addition to our core personnel.