Central Office Installer Job Description Sample
Central Office Installer
Level 3 or 4 Installer
Our Level 3 and Level 4 Installers are responsible for quality installation of equipment in the central office and outside plant environments as specified in engineering instructions and drawings and in accordance with customer standards. This is a field-based position, focused on the the Chicago Turf Market.
- Install, test, and turn up equipment in the Central Office and Outside Plant Environments
- Add and/or removal of battery strings (DC Power Only)
- Perform additions, removals, and modifications on working equipment and circuits
- Participate in all internal and external quality audits, both in-process and final
- Add and/or remove circuits on working power distribution equipment
- Installation of auxiliary framing and relay racks
- On-site analysis of job drawings and specifications to resolve any issues prior to job start
- Preparation of SMOP’s and DMOP’s for the project
- Function as the point-of-contact for support groups such as engineering, material assignment, etc.
- Review the work assignments and project steps (reference the SMOP/DMOP) before each work shift so that all personnel, including contractors, are aware of their roles and responsibilities during the scheduled work tour
- Completing the job log as per company standards, including the personnel and hours worked by each; work items completed or in progress; and notable site or project issues
- Perform all work with safety in mind and insure that all safety measures are met
- Supervise contractors in all fundamental aspects of a power installation to include, but not limited to:
- Running cable
- Securing cable (sewing)
- Installation of ironwork and cable rack
- Floor drilling/equipment mounting
- Battery work
- Cable connecting
Candidate must live within a 2 hour drive of Chicago
- Minimum of 6 years accumulated experience or equivalent as determined by the TC specifications
- High school diploma, technical degree preferred
- Demonstrated knowledge of TP76300
- Strong verbal and written customer facing skills
- Strong computer skills to include MS Office experience
- Experience with complying with all customer standards and paperwork to include JSA, MOP, JIM and job completion forms
- Proficient in the use of electronic test equipment
- Mechanical aptitude and proficient use of hand tools including drills, saws, wrenches, etc.
- Knowledge of basic safety practices in a construction type environment
- Knowledge of basic DC theory especially as it relates to potential difference and characteristics of current flow.
- Knowledge of basic battery operation
- Knowledge of basic AC electrical practices. Especially as related to branch circuitry.
Full-time 3 year contract, limited travel, Full-insurance benefits
Central Office Installer
Job Title: Central Office Installer
Company: CoServe Global Solutions
Level 4 Technician
We are looking for top-notch Central Office Installers with Optical Long haul test and turn-up experience.
This is a full-time opportunity, there will be lots of lots of work, we just need to find the right people. Your job will be to lead the highest quality testing for projects inside Central Offices all around the country. We are specifically looking for leaders who are experienced testing the Ciena 6500, Infinera, and other optical equipment. If you have experience and/or are certified, please apply today!
We expect that every single deployment delivers on the CoServe promise: Quality, Consistency, Communication.
Culture is of utmost importance to our company. For this reason, we expect that every employee possesses a high degree of integrity, character, hustle, and resourcefulness. We spend one third of our lives at work, therefore we want to enjoy the work we do, and enjoy the people we are working with! Positive attitudes are a must, and flexibility will come in handy in our entrepreneurial environment.
• Test & turn up Ciena 6500, Infinera, Alcatel, other platforms.
• Travel to customer locations.
• Performing appropriate tests in most signaling platforms including small tomedium sized private branch exchange (PBX), digital signal (DS-0 through DS-3), and optic carrier (OC-3) to dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM)
• Provide a high level of customer service ensuring that any escalations orconcerns are completed as requested and addressed in a professional andcourteous manner
• Lead test teams and mentor junior testers and technicians to accomplish project goals
• Inventory all job related materials and assist with inventory control asrequired
• Perform power verification, power up of equipment and acceptance checkson equipment to ensure it meets customer specifications
• Locate and troubleshoot faults to ensure customer satisfaction
• Ensure project deadlines, timely service and quality standards are met
• Produce test reports and analysis documents; Redline the documents asrequired
• Work with detailed engineering drawings and rack layout diagram
• May perform other related duties as assigned
• Minimum of 3 years’ testing experience. Must have the abilities of a Level 2 Tester
• CO Move: Must be able to install/test all traffic off all equipment DS1,DS3,DWDM, Sonnet, 311B, Power.
• Ciena 65000 certification for test and turn-up is preferred
• In-depth technical knowledge with regards to Telcordia GR-1275, TP76300, or IP 7200 standards
• Previous experience working in the field independently and thriving in a fast-paced environment; self-motivated and able to prioritize and organize workloads with little direction
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
• A positive, “can-do” attitude and customer focused approach that will enableyou to deal with challenging situations with integrity, empathy and sincerity
• Must have and maintain a valid state driver’s license
• Successful completion of pre-employment drug & alcohol testing andcriminal background screen
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K match
Central Falls Office On Health Community Vista
The Central Falls Office on Health is seeking a bilingual, dedicated, self-starter with excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills to serve with the Mayor of Central Falls, Chief Health Strategist, and other municipal offices within the City of Central Falls. The Central Falls Office on Health is charged with helping Central Falls to become the healthiest city in Rhode Island.
The Office on Health collaborates with community organizations to make sure all residents of Central Falls get the health services they need, and works to make sure those health services are effective at improving the health of everyone in the city. The AmeriCorps VISTA Member will have the ability to build and strengthen demonstrated skills, while strengthening ties among community organizations as a leader in promoting community driven health initiatives in the city of Central Falls. To support One Stop Recovery Center, this VISTA will be researching grant funding opportunities while also supporting a branded city-wide public relations effort.
This effort will involve all schools, city agencies, emergency medical services and social organizations to discourage substance use disorder. In partnering with and supporting the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station, it will be the largest single clinical collaboration that will provide care for every resident of Central Falls. Please visit http://www.centralfallsri.us/officeonhealth for more information on the Central Falls Office on Health
Permits working at another job during off hours , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Neighborhood Revitalization , Health , Community and Economic Development , Community Outreach . Skills :
Writing/Editing , Public Speaking , Team Work , Social Services , Community Organization , Leadership , Public Health , General Skills , Urban Planning , Communications , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Computers/Technology.
Part-Time Intern - DOC Central Office Operations
Job Description: IMMEDIATE HIRE!!
This position provides support services to the Deputy Commissioner of Operations and staff. This section oversees the classification, support services, and adult operations. The intern's duties would include special project(s) involving research, along with touring and observing the routine operations at correctional facilities around the state. One primary purpose of this position would be to give a qualified (intern) candidate an opportunity to use knowledge learned from academic studies and apply it to actual work experience in the field of Criminal Justice.
Hourly rate for this position is $11.43 per hour.
Conducts research on topics of importance to the Indiana Department of Correction, analyzes and interprets data, presents reports and graphs, and explains the findings;
Assists in the monitoring of offender phone calls, specifically listening for potential security issues;
Assists the Operations Analyst with special projects that are potential cost savings for the State of Indiana, the Indiana Department of Correction, and the Indiana taxpayer;
Performs facility visits with the Operations Analyst; and,
Performs other related duties as assigned by the Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Operations.
Must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate in an accredited post-secondary institution, and have completed one (1) year of undergraduate education;
Knowledge of scientific research methods, including study design, data collection, interpretation, and presentation. Applicant must possess the ability to identify the appropriate ways to research particular problems and how resultant data should be analyzed and presented is essential;
Must become acquainted with the rules of conduct for Indiana Department of Correction employees and State employees and pass both computer-based training (CBT) tests with 80%, and other training as necessary;
Must become acquainted with Department Administrative Directives by reviewing;
Must become familiar with where to locate specific Department policies as it pertains to writing assignments and assigned projects when having to conduct research, incorporate applicable information and compose reports;
Must demonstrate above average verbal communication and writing skills when responding to emails, written correspondence, and verbal communication with Central Office and Field staff, and the general public;
Proficiency in computer skills, especially keyboarding at least 40wpm, and familiarity with various computer applications, such as Outlook, Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and use of a copier.
Must possess time management skills pertaining to reporting to work as scheduled and on time.
Must possess the ability to multi-task and complete various assignments and projects on time while also assigned to routine responsibilities on the job;
Must be readily available to attend and participate in scheduled Operations meetings and project meetings.
Must be available and willing to tour correctional facilities with supervising staff when necessary;
Must be readily available to assist in planning training;
Must be available and willing to assist staff in other areas in the Division of Operations – Central Office when necessary;
MUST be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate with an accredited post-secondary institution and have completed at least one (1) year of undergraduate education.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Central Office Technician - Telecom - Martinsville, VA Or Stuart, VA
CenturyLink at http://www.centurylink.com (NYSE: CTL) is the second largest U.S. communications provider to global enterprise customers. With customers in more than 60 countries and an intense focus on the customer experience, CenturyLink strives to be the world's best networking company by solving customers' increased demand for reliable and secure connections. The company also serves as its customers' trusted partner, helping them manage increased network and IT complexity and providing managed network and cyber security solutions that help protect their business.
Responsible for the provisioning and maintenance of Central Office including, but not limited to subscriber loop carrier systems, DSL, POTS, GPON/PRISM, digital and optical muxes.
Posting Open date: 10/19/2018
Posting Close date: 10/29/2018
Installs, performs routine maintenance, analyzes defects, tests, adjusts, repairs and maintains complex equipment such as switching systems, circuit equipment, network terminal equipment, and data/digital equipment by using electrical and or electronic measuring devices.
Updates work and maintenance logs through WFA, Word.docs and FOMS databases.
Plans jobs and determines materials and resources needed to complete tasks.
Reviews and interprets work orders, wiring lists, wiring diagrams, and equipment drawings and follows standard practices in the performance of job duties.
Utilizes knowledge of general input and analysis of ESS translations.
Runs diagnostic test programs, analyzes defects and/or tests various types of telephone switching equipment (5ESS, DMS 10, DMS 100, Ericcson, Electronic Data Switching, etc), uses various types of testing devices, e.g. volt-ohm meters, spectrum analyzer, digital communications, data analyzers, etc.
Works varying shifts and hours including possible mandatory overtime, and/or callouts, weekends and holidays.
Keeps work team and managers informed of status on work tasks, projects, and problems or obstacles.
At least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years diagnosing circuit trouble, and performing routine testing, including measuring AC/DC current using volt ohm meters, TMS, or comparable test equipment.
At least six (6) months experience within the last five (5) years provisioning and maintaining DSO, DS1/T1, DS3/T3, DSL ISDN, and fiber circuits or services.
Must be proficient in DMS100/5ESS Switch maintenance and provisioning.
Must be able to perform all types of switch maintenance including routines and troubles.
Need to be able to complete growth jobs and turn-ups on integrated pair gain.
Need to be proficient in IOF work including MUXES up to and including fiber Muxes.
Basic electricity knowledge as it relates to telecommunications (through classes or on the job related training) including: reading and interpreting circuit diagrams, equipment drawings, and technical manuals.
Working knowledge of hand and power tools.
Working knowledge of analog, digital test and transmission equipment, volt-ohm meter, or comparable testing equipment.
Working knowledge of Sonet/DWDM equipment and services (e.g. DCS and optical muxes).
Ability to troubleshoot and isolate problems within physical or electrical circuits.
Ability to respond to callouts within reasonable timeframe.
Ability to perform strenuous physical activities including, but not limited to lifting and/or moving up to 100 pounds.
May require travel between Central Office locations.
Requires a valid state drivers' license with current satisfactory driving record.
Ability to work in confined spaces (e.g. attics, crawl spaces, utility holes).
Ability to work aloft (e.g. ladder).
Ability to provide efficient, quality service to both internal and external customers both face-to-face and over the phone.
Ability to multi task under pressure in an ever changing environment.
Ability to work varying shifts and hours including possible mandatory overtime, weekends and holidays.
At least 12 months experience within the last five (5) years diagnosing circuit trouble, and performing routine testing, including measuring AC/DC current using volt ohm meters, TDR, or comparable test equipment.
At least 12 months experience within the last five (5) years provisioning and maintaining DSO, DS1/T1, DS3/T3, DSL, ISDN, and fiber circuits or services.
Experience working with 5E, DMS100 switches is preferred.
Extensive experience including ROADM, QMOE, IP Ethernet, GPON equipment as well as fiber characterization and turn up
Experience working in teams or alone problem solving, diagnosing, and repairing maintenance conditions in Central Office equipment.
Ability to diagnose circuit trouble, and perform routine testing, including measuring current (and loss), balance, power influence, and noise levels.
Experience in working on a computer in Windows based systems and Microsoft Outlook.
Experience working independently with little supervision.
Experience meeting work deadlines.
Alternate Location: US-Virginia-Martinsville; US-Virginia-Stuart
Requisition # : 205954
This job may require successful completion of an online assessment. A brief description of the assessments can be viewed on our website at http://find.centurylink.jobs/testguides/
This position is part of a bargaining unit and represented by a union. Depending upon the applicable collective bargaining agreement under which you may be hired, you may be: (a) required to join the union and pay union dues as a condition of employment; or, (b) required to pay union dues, but not join the union as a condition of employment; or (c) free to chose whether or not to join the union, but if you do join the union you would be obligated to pay union dues.
We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, ancestry, citizenship, national origin, religion, creed, veteran status, disability, medical condition, genetic characteristic or information, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, family status, pregnancy, or other legally protected status (collectively, "protected statuses"). We do not tolerate unlawful discrimination in any employment decisions, including recruiting, hiring, compensation, promotion, benefits, discipline, termination, job assignments or training.
The above job definition information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Job duties and responsibilities are subject to change based on changing business needs and conditions.
Programs Administrator - Central Office
Are you interested in directly influencing change in individuals and the agency as a whole? The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS) Programs division is seeking a high energy person to lead a team in developing and delivering rehabilitative programming within the agency.
The successful candidate will supervise the areas of programs, classification, special services, education and interpreter services. He/she will form collaborative relationships within the Programs division and other areas throughout the agency to further efforts to enhance the culture of rehabilitation and reentry and effect change.
For more information call 402-471-2654. For Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations, please contact ADA Coordinator Lisa Mathews at 402-479-5812, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of Work
Lead efforts to further develop a culture of rehabilitation and reentry within the agency. Provides supervision and oversight relative to all inmate non-clinical programming opportunities to include: education, cognitive-behavioral interventions, libraries and interpreter services.
Collaborate with behavioral health to ensure seamless delivery of non-clinical and clinical programming. Provide oversight of inmate classification and transportation, to include extradition, warrants and detainers. Communicate with all levels of NDCS staff and external stakeholders on a variety of initiatives.
Works closely with the research division for program evaluation and data collection to drive planning and implementation decisions. Drafts and reviews agency policies. Serves as disciplinary appeals board member, multi-disciplinary review team member.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, behavioral science, human services or related field, plus four years' corrections experience, of which one year must be in a supervisory position; OR Associates degree in criminal justice, behavioral science, human services or related field plus six years' experience, of which one year must be in a supervisory position; OR eight years corrections experience, of which one year must be in a supervisory position.
PREFERRED: Demonstrated experience in inmate classification, program development and delivery and policy development.
At least five years corrections experience. At least two years of experience supervising employees. Completion of leadership development program. Experience in Unit Management.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of inmate classification; skilled in program development and delivery; skilled in oral and written communication; able to collaborate and establish healthy working relationships; knowledge of and skills in data tracking and reporting.
Central Verification Office Manager
Oversees the operations of the Piedmont Healthcare Central Verification Office (CVO) to develop, manage and monitor processes and procedures that support the credentialing, re-credentialing, privileging, expirables and delegated credentialing contract processes.
Plans, organizes and directs the credentialing verification program for Piedmont Healthcare. Directs and participates in all aspects of the credentialing functions for appointments and reappointments. Leads these functions with a comprehensive and technologically driven verification and data management process.
Interprets, develops and implements practices of all systems and functions to ensure continuous compliance by regulatory agencies and accrediting bodies (DNV, CMS, etc.). Participates in development and review of CVO Operating policies and procedures, Managed Care Delegated Credentialing policies and procedures. Develops, recommends and/or implements changes, revisions and enhancements as appropriate to current operating environment.
Prepares for and coordinates credentialing audits in compliance with the managed care delegated credentialing contracts.
Functions as primary credentials and privileging contact for all internal and external inquiries.
Provides on-site consultations across PHC with regards to credentialing and privileging practices and services; prepares and conducts credentialing and privileging orientations and provides updates as appropriate on new policies and procedures.
Manages the credentialing and privileging database; monitors critical data for extensive analysis and report generation.
Directs and manages the strategic and daily activities of the department. Supervision of personnel, which includes work allocation, training, promotion, enforcement of internal procedures and controls and problem resolution, evaluates performance and makes recommendations for personnel actions, motivates employees to achieve peak productivity and performance. Promotes ongoing education.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
Bachelor's Degree in Business or related healthcare field.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Five years of experience in Medical Staff Services or Central Verification Office.
Two of these years including a supervisory or management position.
MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW:
Certified Professional Medical Services Management (CPMSM); and or
Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS)
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Experience with promoting excellent customer service
Experience in healthcare
Supervisory experience including, but not limited to interviewing, hiring, training, conducting performance reviews, performance improvement initiatives and terminations
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
Skill and ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in-writing.
Skill and ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines.
Ability to work as a member of a team.
Skill and ability in Microsoft Office applications.
Skill and ability in Cactus
Manager Central Billing Office Westminster, CO Full Time
The ideal candidate will perform under general supervision a variety of moderately complex to complex tasks related to Accounts Receivable management, staff supervision and budgeting. The ideal candidate will be responsible for all department goals, assigned projects and the day to day activities in the Central Business Office. The position requires excellent communication, customer service and organizational skills. All tasks must be performed in a timely and accurate manner in accordance with Concentra and Central Billing Office practices, policies, and procedures.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages staff including: performance management, salary planning and administration, training and development, workflow planning, hiring and placement, and disciplinary actions.
Identifies, analyzes, and manages all issues pertaining to proper billing, deposits, payment posting and collections of accounts receivable.
Compiles, analyzes and presents monthly accounts receivable reports.
Monitors and coordinates month end closing procedures within the required time frame.
Maintains and reconciles all month end reports and additional schedules as requested.
Identifies and reports staffing needs according to staffing model to the Vice President of Reimbursement.
Coordinates and plans special projects.
Develops and maintains key working relationships with top clients/payers to ensure proper billing/collections.
Meets with and schedules regular meetings with payers and employers regarding billing issues.
Proactively identifies reimbursement opportunities and issues in all markets the Central Business Office serves.
- Performs additional duties as assigned
Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience
JOB RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:
Five to seven years progressive healthcare billing, accounts receivables and collections experience
DEMONSTRATED JOB-RELATED SKILLS/COMPETENCIES:
Strong conceptual, analytical, managerial and interpersonal skills.
Strong managerial, planning and organizational skills.
Proven leadership qualities with influencing and negotiating skills.
Effective team building skills.
Able to lead cross-functional projects.
Proven track record in creating, implementing and improving AR processes and procedures.
Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with all levels of personnel.
Ability to develop and manage a professional staff in a dynamic fast paced environment.
Strong computer skills.
Microsoft Word and Excel knowledge and experience.
Ability to work under tight time schedules.
Excellent problem solving skills and ability to handle multiple tasks.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to be detailed oriented.
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Sitting for extended periods of time
Ability to lift light weights of under 35 lbs.
Some travel may be required
Office Furniture Installer - Driver - 20.30/Hr - 5:30A-2Pm / M-F
We collaborate and innovate…
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If you are interested in leveraging your talents to drive innovation, customer satisfaction, market growth, personal development and industry change in a dynamic team work environment---please explore the opportunities within our world class Supply Chain team!
Perform various furniture service duties including delivery, assembly, installation, repair and service of warranty and non-warranty office furniture. Report to Supervisor, Furniture Installation or Manager, Furniture Operations.
(in order of importance; other duties may be assigned)
Load furniture orders onto truck and delivers product to customer; completes furniture assembly/installation as per installation specifications to meet customer satisfaction; inspects furniture for proper operability according to manufacturer's guidelines
Install all types of free-standing furniture, panel and modular systems; this includes placement, leveling, wipe-down, and touch-up of metal and wood furniture at customer location
Maintain an efficient two-day turn-around on all furniture repair service calls. Completes all required furniture service/repair paperwork (warranty or non-warranty)
Unload incoming furniture trucks using warehouse equipment (i.e., forklift, pallet jack)
Follow all safety procedures in the performance to job duties
Daily interaction with customers, market furniture staff, and warehouse furniture management
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required
Minimum of one (1) year experience driving a delivery truck required
Minimum of one (1) year experience assembling and servicing furniture required
Experience in using hand and electrical tools to assemble furniture
Must have a valid driver's license
Must be at least 21 years of age
Ability to lift, push or pull equipment/merchandise weighing between 70 - 100 pounds
Ability to read and speak the English language sufficient to converse with the general public, to understand highway traffic signs and signals in the English language, to respond to official inquiries, and to make entries on reports and records
Ability to be D.O.T. certified with a good driving record and physically qualified to drive by passing a D.O.T. physical
Good knowledge of metro area
Prior experience with hand truck/dolly type equipment; on-the-job training for pallet jack and OSHA training for stand-up lift is required
Good communication skills, both verbal and written
Ability to read and construction blueprints and CAD installation drawings
Proven basic computer skills
Demonstrated competence related to writing installation project and problem reports
Ability to apply common sense to carry out instructions furnished in written and oral form
Excellent customer service skills, conducting customer contact in a professional and courteous manner
Passing a background and/or drug screen may be required
- Experience driving lightweight trucks
Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work requires physical effort and use of motor skills requiring manual dexterity. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, push/pull, or balance weight for extended periods of time. Employee must frequently lift, push or pull boxes/merchandise weighing between 70 - 100 pounds. With mechanical assistance, employee will occasionally move up to 300 pounds. Employee will regularly drive a delivery truck and must be able to enter and exit the truck throughout the day. Regularly operate warehouse equipment that requires manual dexterity and use of lightweight tools requiring some coordinated movements. Activities include using a forklift or pallet jack to move furniture; and lightweight tools to assemble, install or repair furniture.
Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Drive delivery routes in all types of weather. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly operates warehouse equipment and lightweight tools. Using proper safety procedures will eliminate any potential hazards. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Staples is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law.
Installer - Office Furniture - Full Time
Now is the time to join Brownsworth!
We are looking for people who like variety, and who want job training and growth. New hires are provided with on-the-job training and job assignments to develop their skills.
Brownsworth Furniture Installers will be responsible for continuing Brownsworth's high level of customer service through delivery, layout, installation, and reconfiguring of office and commercial furniture. Qualified applicants will have basic knowledge of working with hand tools, the ability to follow directions, be a team player, and the desire to work in a different environment daily/weekly.
Must have a high school diploma or GED, and reliable transportation.
Opportunities for advancement within the company include site and project managers, foremen, leads and other positions.
We are the leading office furniture installation, office design, and related services provider for the Minneapolis/ St. Paul, MN and upper Midwest markets.
Founded in 1971, Brownsworth is committed to providing the best possible service experience and outcomes. Our Installers play a critical role in achieving our Purpose: Better Service, Better Relationships, Better Spaces.
Brownsworth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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