TNT Cable Contractors Inc. Joins


Cable Installers Needed!


6 Positions Available!

TNT Cable Contractors, Inc is a service company that has been supplying telecommunications companies with contractors for the last 18 years.  TNT operate in AR, TX, LA, KS, NE, OK and MO.  TNT primarily does installations and service routes for cable companies (Cox Communications and Suddenlink Communications).

The installation routes consist of installing video, data, phone and home security products for residential and commercial cable customers.  APG (Advanced Protection Group) is the security division for TNT.   CWS (Complex Wiring Solutions) is the construction division that performs prewires and post wires for hotels, hospitals, nursing homes, apartment complexes, restaurants and grocery stores.


Cable Installers Needed Click Here To Apply –


TNT Cable Contractors is looking for 20 highly motivated people interested in a rewarding career in the telecommunications industry. We currently have openings for installation contractors with the potential of making 40-80K a year. Average installers make on average 40-50K a year, above average installers 50-70K and overachievers make 70-90K a year.



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