busy, hands on, and they supplied all tools , equipment, work-wear. .
Technician (Ancien employé) – Cobden, ON – 7 novembre 2017
Customer service was fun to be involved in and being able to fix and troubleshoot issues for them I took pride in. All techs and managers took part in weekly meetings making sure safety was in the fore front of everyone's minds. They also included updates or question taking to make sure we were all up to speed. The job was very challenging as it involved 80% troubleshooting and locating junction boxes that were not always correctly identified ( more difficult in winter when they are buried by snow in ditches) . Also in the valley where I worked there was not always the best service , so using the work phone and keeping it in service was difficult. My typical day I drove around a bell technician truck keeping it organized with all tools, materials , wiring boxes, etc. I would arrive at job sights and perform installations or identify and repair problems with the services from the network to inside the customers home .
Manager (Employé actuel) – Ontario – 17 juillet 2019
I have been working for Bell for few years and moved around few different dept within the network team. Overall the company is great, it has its standards and practices like other big corporations out there. If you are looking to make big changes or create/build something this is not the right place for it (there are still lots of old school staff working here), you better off apply to a start up if you like building something from ground up. If you want to learn about processes/operations, this is the right place for you.
As for paid, Bell is a big company the starting salary/hourly rate is not bad, don't expect big raises though, you will get roughly 1-5% raise per year depends on your performance.