HughesNet installers needed, ASAP!

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Independent Contractor

Location(s)

Idaho, Illinois, Indiana , Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon , South Dakota, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin

WE are looking for HughesNet certified installers who anyone wanting to get certified to do Hughes.

Starting Date

ASAP....ASAP!

Pay Rate & Details

We pay 1099 and our pay cycle is every week(Friday). We do automatic deposit into your checking or savings account. We pay $125 for a single room install and $40-50 for Service Call. In addition, we pay $200 for all HughesNet sales and DTV sales.

Qualifications

We are looking for installers who have experience with either HughesNet, Dish, DirecTV or cable. You must have your own truck, van or SUV. You must have tools of the trade. You must be willing to work at a minimum 5-days a week and some weekend days. We are looking for installers who are looking to make $1500-2500 a week doing this job. Hard workers who are money driven and motivated to make a 6-figure income...

Other Requirements

Again, tools of the trade and a van, truck or SUV. We provide equipment for installs or repairs. We drop-ship to your home. Furthermore, We provide approved fittings and cable and deduct from pay after 2-weeks of income on your part.

Job Description

A HughesNet Satellite Internet system requires professional installation, per FCC regulations. A misaligned HughesNet Satellite Dish can interfere with other networks using the same satellite. Even if your service works, you may be affecting others.

A HughesNet standard installation includes:

Up to 125' of coax for each cable run.
Mounting of the dish to a wall or roof using supplied hardware.
Grounding of the system to NEC and local codes.
Routing of cable through one exterior wall or up through basement.
Commissioning the HughesNet account.
Up to 20 minutes work to solve any problems with customers computer.
Should the customer need additional help, HughesNet customer service will provide required telephone support with customer or for a service fee the install technician may be for hired to solve any computer issues.



The Installation outline above is what the average consumer can expect from most HughesNet Installers. We feel a local technician will provide a better installation. They make sure you get the right installation to meet your needs.



Ground Post Installs
HNS Ground Post
For ground installs a post can be set in concrete to provide a stable mounting platform. The post should meet minimum specifications.

Set 30 inches in ground
Secured with a minimum of 150 lbs of concrete
Dish bottom must be 4'5" above the ground
Post must be 2 3/8" steel pipe (not fence corner post)
Have Anti-spin on pipe and in concrete or foam.
Transmitter / Mast grounded to building ground
If a ground rod is installed, rod must be bonded to building ground.

Contact Information

Please contact me immediately!

Scott

612.669.4679
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Listed: 2/22/2019
Expires: 5/23/2019