Details for BAYARD ADVERTISING AGENCY INC - Ad from 2017-10-07

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POWER UP
YOUR CAREER
Entry-level & Experienced

Broadband Specialists
in Tuscola, IL

Take your future into high speed and grow with a company
where you’re treated like family. You’ll also enjoy the
benefits of working for a stable company as you advance
your career.
If you are driven and goal-oriented, there’s plentiful training
opportunities. And you’ll get great hands-on experience
installing and maintaining cutting-edge technology.
As a Broadband Specialist you will assist people in their
homes with their cable and broadband services, providing
superior customer service that goes the extra mile.
Qualifications:
• High school diploma or GED required. Trade school
training preferred.
• Valid driver’s license; satisfactory driving record required.
• Good written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to work in all weather conditions and at various
heights.
• Ability to work flexible work hours, including evenings,
weekends, holidays and overtime as required.
We offer an exciting work environment, competitive
salaries and full benefits:
• Health, Dental & Vision
• Company-Matched 401(k)
• Education Reimbursement
• Paid Vacation, Holidays & Flex Time
• Paid Training and Pay Increases w/ Self-guided Study
• Cell Phone, Company Truck, Discounted Cable/
Internet Service, and More!
To apply, please visit our job page at:
www.mediacomcable.com/careers
and search for JOB ID 10766
then send a copy of your resume to:
KBast@mediacomcc.com

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