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Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Help Wanted: Burlington Telecom

Posted By on Tue, Nov 8, 2005 at 11:22 AM

Tim Nulty from Burlington Telecom contacted me this week and asked me to spread the word to all the techies I know that he's looking to hire a part-time, after-hours help desk person. Pay is negotiable. It may be possible to do some work from home. He emailed me a whole list of specs for the job, which is too long to post here.

  • Evening and Weekend shift coverage.  Three nights a week from 5pm until 9pm plus Sat & Sun 11am to 9pm
  • Does basic trouble shooting with end user and determines whether the trouble is inside or outside using BT equipment tools (ie, OSI Platform to determine if fiber point is lit)
  • Able to answer general product questions or check on status of an order after hours if needed
  • Strong knowledge of Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP and Mac OS
  • Knowledge of Ethernet, TCP/IP,  DHCP, DNS, and FTP protocols
  • Knowledge of network troubleshooting utilities such as ping, ipconfig, and nslookup

Interested? Contact Tim at tnulty@ci.Burlington.vt.us. If you get hired, ask him if you can blog from work about what it's like to work at a municipally owned internet/cable/phone company.

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