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  • Satellite TV Technician/Installer - WillimanticDish(Hartford, Connecticut)

    Description This Home-Based Satellite TV Installer/Technician is based out of the Willimantic, CT area. As such, you will have the opportunity to begin and end your business day from home and be the face of Dish in your local community. Our Home-Based Satellite TV Installer/Technicians will also have the following: Minimum 5'x5'x10' covered and secured area at technician residence Computer with br...
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    Posted Sat 25th October

  • Satellite TV Technician/Installer - Windsor, CTDish(Hartford, Connecticut)

    Description DISH supports more than 150 DISH In-Home Services offices that deliver DISH products and services to customers across the country. The IHS organization encompasses thousands of talented and dedicated employees who serve in roles including Technicians, Resource Planners, Analysts, Training and Quality Assurance Reps and Management to deliver the industry's best products and services. Re...
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    Posted Sat 25th October

  • Service And Installation TechnicianVisionPoint LLC(Hartford, Connecticut)

    AV Service Technician and Installers for High-Growth Company interested in joining a challenging, growth-oriented organization. VisionPoint is an AV systems integration and service company located in Newington, CT. Join a firm that provides tremendous training and career growth opportunities in an expanding industry. As an AV Service Technician, you will: Perform preventative maintenance tasks on ...
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    Posted Yesterday

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