What It Takes to Become a Certified Tower Climber...


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Unafraid of heights! The average telecom tower can be hundreds of feet tall. You have to be able to think and function when you’re at that altitude to get the job done.

Need a career change? Strong benefits package, consistent work and ADRENALIN daily.

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Physical fitness. You need to be strong enough to climb the tower, where you may work for hours at a time. You may also have to lug heavy equipment (35 to 70 lbs.) with you on the way up.

Need a career change? Strong benefits package, consistent work, and where STAYING FIT is a daily activity.

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Detail oriented. Safety is CRUCIAL to a tower climber and those around him or her, so attention to detail is essential in assuring the proper use of the safety equipment. Also, installing or repairing an antenna 200 feet off the ground should be done correctly the first time up.

Need a career change? Strong benefits package, consistent work, and where

SAFETY is the cornerstone to everything we do.

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Tower technicians often work irregular hours, including nights. You may be asked to travel outside of the regular service area for several days at a time to work on towers elsewhere.

Need a career change? Strong benefits package, consistent work, and flexibility will allow you to be a strong member of our team.

If you feel like this is for you - give Claire a call. (952) 460-9170 https://www.owwc.com/careers/

Jackie Dummer