Central Office Installer Salary in Louisville, Colorado

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Average Salary for Central Office Installer in Louisville, Colorado

The average salary of a(n) Central Office Installer in Louisville, Colorado is $60,519.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Central Office Installer in Louisville, Colorado is $29.10.

The average bonus of a(n) Central Office Installer in Louisville, Colorado is $1,368.00.

Job Description:

Installs equipment used to select, connect, and disconnect telephone lines in telephone company central office, following diagrams and using handtools and power tools: positions switching and power apparatus according to floor plans, using chain hoist when necessary. Connects outgoing and incoming telephone trunk lines to central office equipment, using handtools and following diagrams. Connects and solders wires, using soldering iron. Tests operation of equipment after installation, using electrical testing equipment, such as electrical pulse repeaters and ohmmeters. Less

Installs equipment used to select, connect, and disconnect telephone lines in telephone company central office, following diagrams and using handtools and power tools: positions switching and power apparatus according to floor plans, using chain hoist when necessary. Connects outgoing and... More

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