Employment - Join Us!
Fiber-Tel Contractors, Inc. believes in 110% job performance. If you agree, we’d like to hear from you.
Fiber-Tel specializes in high quality, reasonably priced fiber optic services provided on-site, year-round, and nationwide. Currently, we work coast to coast.
As a completely self-sufficient provider of fiber optic splicing and testing as well as cable placement, Fiber-Tel Contractors, Inc. offers a wide range of positions. Fiber-Tel’s crews work under highly experienced, safety certified foremen, using the best equipment available.
- Fiber Splicers
- Cable Blowing Installers (underground cable jetting)
- FTTH Cutover Personnel
- Copper Splicers
- Construction Foreman
- Construction Laborer
- Aerial Linemen and Groundmen
Resumes and applications for positions listed are always welcomed by Fiber-Tel Contractors, Inc. via e-mail, fax, or mail.
- Michael Mansfield
Outdoor Recreation - Mountain Home offers numerous recreational opportunities, on and off the waters: Boating, skiing, scuba-diving, fishing on two gigantic lakes - Bull Shoals and Norfork - with more than 1,000 miles of shoreline at normal levels. Float and fish famous area trout streams and rivers - White, North Fork, the Buffalo, nearby Crooked Creek and more. River and lake fishing are open year-round; regulated seasonal spear fishing on the lakes, too!
Parks - Four Mountain Home city parks with a senior center, youth center, outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, paved walking/running/bicycling trails, fitness stations, sand volleyball court, soccer fields, horseshoe pits, and a historical area with pioneer buildings.
Social Activities - Meet your friends and make new ones at more than 125 clubs and organizations reflecting many interests such as performing music and drama, visual arts, crafts, gardening, hobbies, volunteering, fishing, hunting, veterans, fraternal, civic, charitable, and religious groups.
Two 18-hole golf courses - meets the need of residents and visiting golfers. One of the courses has a sought-after rating of (five) stars from Golf Digest's Places to Play (2005).
Keep the Faith - Worship as you choose at one of more than 80 area churches.
School Days - The Mountain Home public school system is fully state accredited as well as nationally accredited by the North Central Association, and competes in 5-A East athletics.
Mountain Home Population: 12,448 (2010)
Baxter County Population: 41,513 (2010)
Climate - Enjoy the four seasons of the year in sunny comfort - no extremes in heat or cold. One snowfall per year is usual. Normal annual rainfall is 50 inches.
Arkansas State University - Mountain Home
The impressive campus of Arkansas State University - Mountain Home, at 1600 S. College St., annually enrolls more than 1,300 students earning ASUMH associate degrees in over 10 fields, technical or proficiency certificates, and ASU bachelor's, master's and specialist degree programs on-campus.
Join Us - Mountain Home - a great place to relocate or retire:
- Affordable housing of all types - lake, river, mountain, town - in all price ranges
- Low property taxes (compared to most states)
- Secure, low-crime area
- Excellent medical facilities
- Long-term care facilities of all types
- Almost 100 restaurants
- 11 movie theaters
- Numerous national stores among over 1,000 businesses and industries
Health Care - Big city health care in a small city defines Baxter Regional Medical Center, a 276-bed local, nonprofit hospital with more than 100 physicians. The medical community serves 14 surrounding counties in a two-state region.
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