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The interview process is more of an interpersonal professional review. They ask you to highlight your expertise and be honest if you have none. I found that my supervisor was appreciative of the fact that I had explained the most expertise in the copper area I had was with backfeeds to the SNI from comcast CPE.

He was open to the idea that he would need to send me through training and was willing to deal with me when I was unable to understand my assignments and facilities. After learning my facilities, and my assignments as well as how they all come together and work, it was a cakewalk from there.

During the interview he was laid back, had a great sense of humor and actually made me feel more like this was a company to work for if you had somewhat of a sense of humor and were capable of handling stressful situations. Definitely explained the stress and how the tickets and work situations can be.

Answered - Copper/Fiber Tech / Drop Tech (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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The interview process is more of an interpersonal professional review. They ask you to highlight your expertise and be honest if you have none. I found that my supervisor was appreciative of the fact that I had explained the most expertise in the copper area I had was with backfeeds to the SNI from comcast CPE.

He was open to the idea that he would need to send me through training and was willing to deal with me when I was unable to understand my assignments and facilities. After learning my facilities, and my assignments as well as how they all come together and work, it was a cakewalk from there.

During the interview he was laid back, had a great sense of humor and actually made me feel more like this was a company to work for if you had somewhat of a sense of humor and were capable of handling stressful situations. Definitely explained the stress and how the tickets and work situations can be.

Answered - Copper/Fiber Tech / Drop Tech (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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