Responsible for broadband installation and troubleshooting activities for voice, video and data services. Completes field assessments, meets/exceeds company standards/metrics and completes necessary certifications and education for current role and for consideration for advancement to the next level. Works with moderate supervision/guidance. Is accountable for individual results and impact on team.
- Performs installations and changes of service, while adhering to: company procedures and safe work practices, National Electric Code (NEC) and National Electric Safety Code (NESC) requirements and local ordinances in order to provide (or remove) services to the customer. Completes all customer interactions as required. Performs service calls. Troubleshoots the drop from the tap to the customer’s equipment. Assesses and designs basic home networks using appropriate technology and based on customer needs using coaxial cable, Ethernet, Wi-Fi networks and multimedia over coax alliance (MoCA).
- Where applicable, supports residential fiber installations and trouble calls, cleans fibers, measures light power, installs and powers optical network unit (ONU) and installs backup batteries.
- In support of Wi-Fi installation and trouble calls, determines appropriate placement of devices and design of Wi-Fi network in the home taking into consideration Wi-Fi channels, co-channel interference and channel utilization. Determines appropriate use of device options and provide advanced customer education to set appropriate expectations.
- Completes associated record keeping in a timely manner in order to ensure all details of the work are recorded for entry in the customer’s account.
- Performs complex trouble shooting using advanced using advanced tools and analysis. Determines appropriate solution based on results of analysis in order to provide the best possible service for the customer.
- Communicates, engages and provides customer with education on products and services, which may include, materials regarding channel line up, applications, use of services and equipment, consumer devices and company policies as they relate to the customer.
- Cleans, maintains and stocks vehicle and equipment in order to be prepared to perform required duties. Reports need for vehicle repair or service when required and/or prescribed. Reports any accidents, losses, injuries, or property damage to Supervisor and customer when appropriate. Properly operates and maintains installation tools, technology and equipment, such as installation hand tools, light power tools, meters, or ladders.
- Reads general system layouts from system design maps.
- Uses sound judgment in decision-making, problem-solving, project management and readily accepts ownership of personal decisions, behavior and or actions regardless of the outcome, to perform installation and service of products.
- Performs jobs from high places (on poles and roofs,) including climbing poles with proper equipment (safety belt, strap, climbers,) ladders and bucket trucks (e.g., 18 to 26 feet), as determined by the system’s requirements.
- Manipulates objects such as: pens, keyboard, mouse, connectors, fasteners, wire and uses hand tools.
- Lifts and carries loads of 70 lbs. or more, works in confined spaces such as crawl spaces or attics, works while standing 50 -70% of the time and performs work near power lines and electricity. Works in areas with exposure to moderate noise levels.
- Works within manufacturer’s rated weight capacity for all equipment, including but not limited to ladders and aerial lifts.
- Drives company vehicle during performance of duties in a safe and responsible manner during scheduled work days. Maintains valid driver’s license.
- Effectively communicates with customers and co-workers.
- Uses close vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus to use tools, equipment and objects to complete duties.
- Exposure to dogs or other animals in construction areas and in-home environments.
- Normal work shift may include weekends; may include 10 hour days for 4 days a week and/or mandatory overtime including weekends, evenings and holidays.
- Completes required training and pass certification tests within specified timeframe.
- Works in various weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain and other precipitation.
- Meets or exceeds established goals and performance metrics.
- Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) and overtime as necessary.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Employees at all levels are expected to:
- Understand our Operating Principles; make them the guidelines for how you do your job.
- Own the customer experience – think and act in ways that put our customers first, give them seamless digital options at every touchpoint, and make them promoters of our products and services.
- Know your stuff – be enthusiastic learners, users and advocates of our game-changing technology, products and services, especially our digital tools and experiences.
- Win as a team – make big things happen by working together and being open to new ideas.
- Be an active part of the Net Promoter System – a way of working that brings more employee and customer feedback into the company – by joining huddles, making call backs and helping us elevate opportunities to do better for our customers.
- Drive results and growth.
- Respect and promote inclusion & diversity.
- Do what’s right for each other, our customers, investors and our communities.
- This information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this role. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications.
Comcast is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer.
High School Diploma / GED
Relevant Work Experience
Base Pay: $21.00
Base pay is one part of the Total Rewards that Comcast provides to compensate and recognize employees for their work. Most sales positions are eligible for a Commission under the terms of an applicable plan, while most non-sales positions are eligible for a Bonus. Additionally, Comcast provides best-in-class Benefits. We believe that benefits should connect you to the support you need when it matters most, and should help you care for those who matter most. That’s why we provide an array of options, expert guidance and always-on tools, that are personalized to meet the needs of your reality – to help support you physically, financially and emotionally through the big milestones and in your everyday life. Please visit the compensation and benefits summary on our careers site for more details.