If you can adjust to a situation, think on your feet and develop someone’s trust, you can become a cable technician. That’s what Hallie Haput of Montpelier, Vermont says, and she’s been thriving as a Comcast technician for the last two years after joining the company without prior experience in the field.
Hallie – like thousands of other cable technicians who work for Comcast in New England – attended an immersive training program to learn her craft. Hallie loves her job because it has her outdoors, working with different people and developing a technical expertise that sets her apart.
In Berlin, Connecticut, Cheri Keough says that being a cable technician is exhilarating. The technology is constantly changing, which makies the job fun and allows Cheri and her peers to offer new things to customers. When Cheri started at Comcast 33 years ago, she was one of the only woman cable technicians on the job. Now, she is one of many successful women techs at Comcast.
Comcast trains and educates its cable technicians so anyone can learn to troubleshoot devices, splice wires and safely climb ladders with ease, all while providing an experience for the customer that makes them comfortable and exceeds their expectations.
Comcast also offers comprehensive benefits, including paid parental leave, adoption assistance, financial and tuition support, childcare resources, pet insurance and more, which makes the company an exceptionally family-friendly place to work.
Interested in joining the team? Visit https://comca.st/2MK04Eo to apply for entry-level cable technician positions—no prior experience required.