How is that even an acceptable wage?
"Technical Support I
compensation: Starting at $12/hr. or more - Depending on Experience
employment type: full-time
************ is a fast-paced **** based Internet Company that is excited to bring a reliable, punctual, and flexible support technician onto our team.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Courteous phone support for customers experiencing technical difficulties
- Troubleshoot network connectivity problems with customer connections internally and externally
- E-mail troubleshooting (Outlook, Apple Mail, Thunderbird)
- Work with various brands of networking gear (training supplied)
- Program a variety of wireless gear for use in the field
A qualified candidate will possess knowledge of:
- A+, Net+ or CCNA,
- Basic Linux
- Windows 7, 8, 10 and Windows Server
- Mac OS X 10.6-10.12
- Basic Outlook, Thunderbird, and Apple Mail
Candidates who are bilingual in English and Spanish, have call center experience, a knack for computers, and a need to tinker are preferred.
This is a full-time position that requires weekend availability. Pay starts at $12/hour or more depending on experience. Other benefits include group health and dental insurance, vision compensation plan, 401k, Holiday Pay and Paid Time Off (PTO) following the introductory periods.
All conditional job offers are subject to a background check and a pre-employment drug/alcohol screening.
Great advancement opportunities; great place to learn! Please submit your resume in response to this posting for consideration."
I saw this last night, I applied last year to the same position, I did not have an interview per say, I had a 30 minute drive to fill out a "questionnaire" while dressed for an interview, and a talk with a supervisor who was not hiring staff, after hours in their conference room. It was very unprofessional. As I was told I would be meeting with one hiring personnel who was specifically named, and then get there and have some random supervisor be my proctor for a questionnaire. And I barely got to ask questions before shoo'ed out of the building.
What is the community in tech-exams thoughts on this?