Tuesday October 6th, 2015 12:28PM

Charter adding jobs in Ga., Ala.

By Staff
DULUTH - Charter Communications, the primary cable television provider in Hall County, is seeking a host of candidates to fill positions across Georgia and Alabama. <br /> <br /> Charter plans to fill more than 100 new positions for the company's service territory in the two states, including broadband installers, technical supervisors, warehouse technicians and system technicians, among others.<br /> <br /> "We are looking for employees to join our organization that will enhance Charter's focus on customers, reliability and quality service," said Weldon Feightner, vice president and general manager of operations in Georgia and Alabama. "We will train technically savvy individuals and provide them the tools and equipment to bring advanced video, high-speed Internet and voice service to our customers."<br /> <br /> The company offers candidates training, competitive wages and comprehensive benefits including: medical, 401k and tuition reimbursement. <br /> <br /> Potential candidates may review the available positions by visiting opportunities are listed every day.<br /> <br /> Charter employs more than 1,000 people throughout Georgia and Alabama. <br />
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