Why would they want Cat5? Seems like it would be more forward thinking to run Cat6 or 6eLooking for a part-to-full time CAT5 installer. preferably located in/around Michigan City and soon Laporte.
The job involves working with the schools to install some small antennas on houses in the area for e-learning.
Ideal candidate would have a background with satellite dish installs and/or comcast installs.
Has own vehicle.
Ability to lift up to 50lbs.
Ability to climb a 24ft ladder to install antenna.
Has own cordless drill.
Has own hand tools (screwdrivers, sockets, etc).
Having your own laptop to use occasionally is a plus.
Each install job has taken approx 1 hour on average. Some will take less time, some will take a little more.
Pay is per job. And paid on 1099 through my LLC. We can discuss rates once I vet the candidates.
This is for a growing network. I've done the hard work of figuring out the process and helping make it easy.