Current Openings​

Network Operations Specialist

Join the area’s leading broadband internet provider! An exciting opportunity is available for a highly motivated, technical, and customer-centric candidate to join our network operations center. 

We are looking for an individual that is eager to learn and contribute. As a member of the operations team, you will assist SRT customers with service-related issues, be responsible for the monitoring and support of SRT network infrastructure and provide a single point of contact to meet customer expectations on a 24x7x365 basis.

Job responsibilities require:

  • Ability to understand voice and data networking architectures
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Technical aptitude and analytical skills
  • Ability to work rotating shift for a 24-hour operation


Preferred qualifications:

  • Education with concentration in mathematics, computer science information technology, telecommunications or similar
  • Certifications of Net+ and A+ or higher
  • Work experience in telecommunications or data networking

Job training will occur Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. for approximately 6-8 weeks. Once training is complete, you will then work your normal shift.

Work shift will be most likely overnights.

SRT offers competitive salary and exceptional benefits, including a comprehensive suite of health/vision/dental, 401K and retirement, and generous paid time off. Enjoy a variety of perks and discounts in a supportive atmosphere that encourages your professional enrichment and work/life balance. Take the most rewarding step in your career; apply with SRT today!

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Updated  March 1, 2019