38.75 hours a week (shifts, 5 days per week, Monday - Saturday)
Ex-military? Good. We’ve got a job for you.
Determination. Teamwork. The ability to thrive in fast-paced and quickly-changing environments. The qualities developed in the military are highly valued at G.Network. So, if you’re a military leaver looking for a job in London, fibre could be your next move.
G.Network is on a mission to upgrade London’s broadband, and we’re growing fast. Street by street, building by building, we’re installing state-of-the-art full-fibre broadband connections to give the capital the internet upgrade it’s been waiting for.
It’s a project like no other and we're looking for great people to join our team.
No fibre experience? No problem.
We encourage applications from ex-military candidates considering a career switch to fibre. Use your Enhanced Learning Credits to train in fibre, and apply to our Fibre Specialist Reskillship programme. If you’ve completed your CNCI Fibre and COPT courses with CNet training, you’ll be guaranteed an interview.
From our state-of-the-art Fibre Academy, you’ll get all of the retraining you need to carve out a promising new career as a Fibre Specialist.
With a year of experience, you’ll have the opportunity to earn £32.5k a year. If you’ve got the ambition, there will be a clear path ahead of you: Principal Fibre Specialist, Supervisor, Manager.
Here’s what it takes:
We're not looking for any specific military or civilian experience, or qualifications. We’ll teach you everything you need to know.
If you're ex-military with fibre experience, please see our wide range of experienced Fibre Engineering career opportunities. You may also be able to apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
Bring your whole self to work
G.Network is a diverse and inclusive company and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Our network will serve Londoners in all their amazing diversity. That’s why we want our workforce, as far as possible, to reflect that diversity. We hire people based on their talents and what they can deliver as G.Networkers - not on their background, or their views on the best way to do the job.