WISP is a high-speed Wireless Internet company servicing a large portion of the eastern Ontario region. We are actively seeking one or more Installation Contractors to expand our team!
WISP is seeking to partner with one or more qualified Contractors immediately to meet our rapidly growing demands.WISP has a fixed compensation structure based on a piece-work model. This is a skilled labor position, and only qualified and experienced individuals will be considered.
This is a contracting position and only experienced contractors with at least 12 months’ experience installing similar services (i.e. Wireless Internet, Satellite TV, Rigging, ext…) will be considered. Please do not waste time applying if you do not have the full list of qualifications listed below.
Should you be selected for the position you will have the following responsibilities.
- Install new wireless Internet Services
- Install new Bracketed TV towers
- Inspect and perform service repairs and replacements
- Perform equipment pickups for canceled clients
- Perform routine preventative maintenance
- Respond to emergency maintenance requests
- Complete job paperwork with clients and communicate with WISP staff where needed
- Adhere to all safety policies and procedures
- At least 1-year previous experience in a related position. (i.e. Wireless Internet, Satellite TV, Rigging, ext…)
- A valid G license with a clean driving abstract.
- A suitable installation vehicle that must be well maintained and look professional
- Your own set of install tools such as drills, ladders, harness, ext…
- WSIB registration & Insurance
- Ability to handle physical workload
- Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
- Familiarity with Wireless Internet services and equipment
- Willingness to work one day each weekend in exchange for a day off during the week
Due to Covid-19, all interviews will be conducted via teleconference.
Compensation is $1750 – $2250 a week*
*The listed compensation ranges included in this job listing are based on current average workloads. The contractor’s specific compensation will depend on how many jobs they are willing to take on in any given week.