AT&T Installation Technician in Spokane Valley, 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.