AT&T is in the midst of processing and interviewing candidates to hire as soon as possible to--- Join the AT&T Tennessee Network Team as a Temporary Outside Plant Technician in one of the following areas: Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville. AT&T Outside Plant Technicians work both inside and outside to test and repair equipment and services for our customers. Competitive salary/benefits: http://att.jobs/benefits.aspx Training/Development: http://attlinks.com/i6x2lY First day on the job, employee goes directly into paid (same as starting pay the employee was hired to receive) training. See what it's like to work at AT&T: http://att.jobs/testimonials.aspx Examples of why AT&T is a great company: http://att.jobs/awards.aspx What you'll do as an AT&T Outside Plant Technician: •Place aerial and underground copper and fiber cable •Perform various jobs with copper splicing and assist in fiber splicing •Perform construction work such as digging holes, placing cable, air pipe and inner duct in various types of conduit systems and open excavations •Work with heavy duty power equipment and small tools in the installation, repair and maintenance of outside plant facilities. In addition to possessing strong communication skills, our Outside Plant Technicians must have the following: •Possess a valid state drivers license and non-negligent driving record •Meet 275lbs weight limit due to safety restrictions •Perceive differences in wire and cable colors •Climb poles up to 18 feet high, climb ladders and work aloft with hand tools •Lift and/or pull up to 120lbs •Work outside in all kinds of weather •Work in attics, basements, crawl spaces, manholes and other similar places •Use computers including hand-held models to update work status and check new assignments •Work mandatory overtime and holidays as service conditions require •Obtain satisfactory results from a background/employment history investigation and drug screening •Qualify on pre-employment screening: Basic Electricity Test, Physical Abilities Evaluation (PAE) Test study guides can be found at: http://att.jobs/test-guides.aspx For additional training on Basic Electricity, visit: www.att.jobs/academy For more information and to apply, go to company website: http://attlinks.com/tn-techs Note: In order to be considered for hire, you must apply directly to the above AT&T job posting on the AT&T website.Apply to each of the job postings of every location on the list you are interested in being considered for hire. After applying, wait for about 5 minutes and check your e-mail for further information you may need to provide to us in order for us to consider you for hire. If you do not receive our response, check to make sure your e-mail system did not redirect our response to you from your inbox. Check your e-mail more frequently after applying. Diversity is the AT&T way of standing apart. AT&T is an equal opportunity employer.