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Application for construction position!
Consolidated Companies Inc. is taking applications for part time and full time positions on our Construction Team. We install underground communication network facilities and other utility services in Nebraska. Wage is based on experience.
If interested click here and fill out this application form which you can send to email@example.com or fax it to 308-546-2155. If you prefer to mail use:
Consolidated Companies, Inc.
Attn: Kirk Jacobs
200 NW 6th St,
PO Box 367
Mullen, NE 69152
If you have questions please call 308-546-9200.
We are looking for an energetic, detail-oriented individual to fill the position of Combination Technician in the Hyannis, Nebraska area.
One to three years of experience in maintenance and installation of telephone, cable TV, and internet is desired, but not required. Telecommunications or electronics degree preferred. Must have knowledge of basic electronics, cable color code, test equipment, computers, key systems, and DSL modems. Successful candidates must also have the ability to interpret staking sheets, maps, work orders, and cable counts. Cable splicing experience including fiber cable, is preferred as experience with construction equipment and tools, including trenchers and backhoes.
Excellent communication and customer relationship skills required. Must possess a valid driver's license and be able to dig ditches, climb ladders/ poles, and lift up to 50 pounds.
A successful applicant must possess product knowledge, be able to work well with other team members and is confident when working independently.
Please send resume or direct any questions to:
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