Communications Technician 3 (Former Employee) – San Rafael, CA – May 10, 2018
Great culture low pay.Job security is good. I worked in the Sf bay area and they do not pay v you enough to live on your own plain and simple. If you are 18 fresh out of high school then it is a great job, if you live at home and don't pay rent. Benifits are great though. No complains at at about the health care. The Kaiser coverage Comcast gets its the good. I had surgery on my shoulder for $100.
3 days off every week . stability. Health coverage. Other perks like dqmn near free cable.
I enjoyed the freedom of the job. The ability to work without constantly having a supervisor standing over you. However the daily output expectation didnt allow you to pay the customer the attention they deserve
Communications Lead Technician (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT 06473 – March 28, 2018
Comcast has amazing benefits. Management is for the most part fair and honest until work performance is affected. Tech job almost makes it impossible to have a family life and the pay is not that great and advancement is almost impossible.
Free lunches at time. Unlimted Overtime. Benefits
Most days no lunch. Bad Job Work/Life balance. Impossible advancement.
Comcast looks for any way it can to hold you down and go in dry, you don't even get the courtesy of a warning or the typically recommended spit before they bend you over and just really poor it on you.
Communication Technician (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 21, 2018
Once you go to work here you find out very fast no one will have your back from your work mates on up to management, considering the extremely low starting pay with very little to no chance for upward movement I could not recommend this as a place to work at all.
Communication Technician 3 (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 17, 2018
On a typical workday I would complete on average at least 8 or more service calls. Service calls raging from trouble calls,activation,disconnects,and customer education. I enjoyed keeping up with the technology as well as leaving satisfied customers after resolving the issues. Everyday was another day to learn something new about troubleshooting issues. RF issues, downstream,upstream, as well as troubleshooting and finding leaks that cause ingress.
Communications Technician 5 (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 12, 2018
This job can be very competitive and fast paced however they train each new tech coming in giving them a great opportunity to excel. Their benefit package is very well set up with all the premium benefits that are available
Customer-Facing Communications Technician 4 (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 9, 2018
Fast paced ever changing schedule and route. There is a strong sense of teamwork among the technicians but supervisors and management are disconnected from the struggles faced on a daily basis and if you mention your concerns you are labeled as a negative influence
Communication Technician Level 3 (Current Employee) – Vineland, NJ – March 7, 2018
A typical day at work would consist of troubleshooting different frequencies trying to figure out why certain devices like internet modems or cable boxes aren't working properly as well as repairing or replacing wires, connections as well as grounding and bonding ground rods and screws.
Communications Technician 4 (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – March 7, 2018
Pay and benefits are good. But be prepared for disappointment when it comes to advancement. Their Comtech training program is deceptive in that it promises slightly higher wages for a disproportionate addition of duties. Also, just because you have done the training and received the pay increase, DOES NOT mean you will move to the physical position. Many of these people are Lifers, and positions open very rarely.
Company Vehicle, Discount on Cable Services
No Advancement, no Local Leadership, Low Employee Loyalty