Location will be discussed once and if a candidate has been selected.
Labor/shovel, install strand, over lash existing plant, lash new cable, install ADSS Fiber, move pole attachments, install/remove cross arms, install down guys, bond & ground, hang/remove snowshoes, install or remove clamshell/splitter housing/patch panel/building term/nid remove aerial copper/fiber, remove aerial main line cable, remove aerial/underground copper/fiber drops & attachments, document linework, interpret prints, complete time sheets and other company paperwork, work with local telecom employees, stock vehicle with materials, clean vehicles/equipment, etc.
Selected candidate(s) will be initially placed with a Construction Foreman/Working Foreman for a short duration, 1-10 days DOE, or may continue to work with for duration of contract.
There will be a 6 month Probation Period. If it is determined a candidate is not able to perform to the desired proficiency needed by either the company or client, the employee will be released of his/her duty with this company.
We are currently working 6-8's(six days a week, 8 hours days). Sometime in Spring/Summer, we should shift to 6-10's(6 days a week, 10 hours a day).In short, 6-8's fall to spring, 6-10's spring to fall.
An employee will work 4-8 weeks on shift(working in Alaska) and 2 weeks off shift(personal time off). We have to maintain a 3 man crew, and so we rotate bodies. A good portion of the time, time off comes at the end of a project, whether its 4 or 8 weeks. We try to remain flexible if an employee needs more time off, less time off, etc. In the end though, we have to maintain a full 3 man crew as needed by clients.
This has been the Norm for the past. The days/hours worked is always subject to change depending upon clients need, and not guaranteed, and may change through time, or projects at clients request.