Spectrum employs more than 11,500 veterans and has opportunities in Technical Operations, Network Operations, Construction, Engineering, Sales and more.
“One Veteran at a time” - our military hiring mission
As a veteran or active military service person, you've worked hard to succeed in your mission. You've given your best, developed your skills, and made the world a better place. Now it's time to give you a hero’s welcome as you take your next step—as part of our team at Spectrum. Explore our rewarding career opportunities—we’re always looking for talented individuals like you who have a military background.
Paths to success at spectrum
We've identified opportunities that might be a good match with your experience and skills. No matter which role you pursue at Spectrum, as a member of our team you’ll be supported with great benefits and opportunities to grow professionally.
Perform underground and aerial cable service installations and disconnects. Configure coaxial drop system to meet Spectrum installation standards. Analyze, maintain and repair residential coaxial drop system, phone wiring data network equipment and service. Install Spectrum customer premises equipment while maintaining an accurate and complete inventory of all company-issued equipment.
Provide technical point troubleshooting for NOC issues/events/outages. Drive issues related to vendor faults and outages to resolution. Provide surveillance of the Spectrum applications using all applicable NOC Network and Systems Management Tools. Perform initial troubleshooting, problem analysis and isolation of network and system events in accordance with Spectrum NOC incident-management guidelines.
Present information via face-to-face contact with potential residential customers about our exciting core products/services including Cable, High-Speed Internet and/or Digital Phone. This is a residential sales position where you conduct in-home sales presentations to gain new business. Demonstrate product features and channels while providing marketing and customer service information to subscribers.
Spectrum is committed helping our veterans, National Guard members and reservists find fantastic careers in the cable industry.
Technicians who are veterans, guardsmen or reservists participating in the Spectrum Field Technician Progression plan are eligible for the Apprenticeship Program. Spectrum employees who are military veterans, out of the service less than 10 years, can collect up to $15,450 per year in GI Bill benefits while participating in the program for up to four years. This program is currently only available for work locations in North Carolina and Texas.
In addition to GI Bill benefits, Spectrum employees enjoy a progressive wage scale and an established career path to complement their career.
Our four-year program consists of on-the-job-training, classroom and online training. Our training meets industry and business standards and, after successful completion, the employee receives a nationally recognized certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor as a certified Broadband Technician.