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AT&T Offers Local Hiring Bonus


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AT&T is looking for new technicians in Dallas-Fort Worth to help install the latest technology for high-speed broadband, Wi-Fi, and voice services. To aid its search, the telecommunications company is offering a $5,000 hiring bonus to external applicants.

The sign-on bonus provides an additional incentive in order to fill cable splicing technician roles, as well as installation and outdoor plant jobs.

The bonus will be paid in three phases — $1,000 upon completing 90 days of service, $1,500 upon completing six months of service, and the remaining $2,500 upon completing one year of service. These payouts are only applicable if the employee has not violated the Code of Business Conduct (COBC) or been subject to related disciplinary action.

Applicants must have a high-school diploma or GED and a valid state driver’s license. Qualifying applicants are also expected to be tech-savvy and personable, with excellent customer service skills and communication skills, according to the telecommunications giant. They should also possess strong problem-solving skills.

As stated by AT&T, technicians are required to carry out services such as activating WiFi networks, installing the latest technology for high-speed broadband, or repairing cables. Since the job involves working at clients’ homes and businesses, those who fill the position are expected to have a flexible schedule as they might be required to work evenings and on weekends.

Alongside a benefits package that includes a 401(k) plan and employee discounts for AT&T services, pay starts at over $20 an hour for candidates with post-high school education and three or more years of experience in the field.

According to AT&T, the company also provides paid training to ensure ongoing employee development.

Applications and additional information can be found online.

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