US Small Business Administration-Office of Rural Affairs features Minburn CommunicationsJul 23, 2020
Outreach & Marketing Specialist, Office of Rural Affairs
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JOB OPENING: COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN
Minburn Communications strives to be the most technologically progressive and customer-centric communications/broadband provider in rural Iowa. We are seeking a technician to bring customers face-to-face with the latest communications technology delivered by our World-Class fiber network. This individual will install, operate, maintain, test and repair voice and data telecommunications equipment with a primary focus on fixed wireless equipment to ensure that it functions properly and conforms to specificiations and most importantly, to customer expectations. To learn more about this opportunity, click here.
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JOB OPENING: GENERAL LABORER (SEASONAL/PART-TIME)
A part-time general laborer position is now available within the Minburn Communications Plant Department. Responsibilities include general maintenance duties related to the outside plant operations, assiting Technicians with inside wiring for telecommunications services and other task assigned. The candidate must be dependable, willing and able to perform physicaly demanding work in the elements, and posses and maintain a valid driver's licence. If interested, please complete the employement application and return via email or mail it to:
Attention: David Brown
100 S. Main St, PO Box 515
Woodward, IA 50273
We always like to hear from people who are interested in learning more about career opportunities within rural telecommunications. Our industry employes all types of individuals with skills in business operations, accounting, marketing, customer service, sales, field technicians, IT and more.
Intersted? Shoot us a note. We are happy to give more details. We will even share possible job openings and scholarship program opportunities.
Any offer of employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug test and background check.
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