: PPT Repair Technician
10 Hudson Yards
New York, NY 10001

Employee Testimonials


The Role:

As an PPT Repair Technician at Intersection, you will be responsible for planning and scheduling daily routes in order to perform PPT telephone diagnostics. You are organized, resourceful, and a creative problem solver with the ability to deliver large scale assignments timely and accurately. A self-starter with the ability to work well with others and build relationships. Knowledge of Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs is needed. You should have strong written and verbal communication skills, and you must possess a valid driver's license with a strong driving record. You should be comfortable working in the elements year-round. 

This is a full-time, night shift position. The hours on Sunday - Thursday, 8:00pm - 4:30am.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing a review of motor vehicle records, verification of social security number and passing a drug test at a certified testing facility.

What you will accomplish:

  • Plan daily work-load, ensuring that all work is completed in a timely manner.
  • Ensure that work-orders are completed on a daily basis and all records are kept up to date.
  • Monitor and assess dial tone for all pay-phones in the city.
  • Preform diagnostic tests and check operability on pay-phones.
  • Promote safety and ensure that all PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is being utilized. 

What we expect:

  • Ability to lift or carry up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to work alone or with minimal supervision
  • Ability to reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, bend or crawl
  • Perform non-routine duties as assigned by a supervisor
  • Safely operation light to medium duty company trucks

Intersection is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Employee Testimonials

Tyler Green
Senior Software Engineer

Intersection is an amazing place to work! Building software used by riders of many of the country's largest transit systems is extremely rewarding. And there's nothing like debugging your own code running on a train platform on your commute home! Our Smart Cities Engineering team is filled with passionate people working to bring revolutionary products to the streets and people of our cities, all while supporting each other and our growth as engineers.

Leah Jacobs
National Account Executive

Working at Intersection has given me the ability to grow both personally and professionally as my career has developed. There are always new ideas, challenges and opportunities to go after so each day is truly a new adventure. While I love what I do - I must admit that the people & culture here at Intersection are what keep me grounded and loyal. The passion and support from each team are the reasons why we continue to excel and become market leaders in our industry.

Kavita Chaudhry
Senior Software Engineer

From the people I work with to the tech and code I develop, I love being an Engineer at Intersection. I love the team I work with - every single one of us brings something unique to the table. I love the diversity of projects I work on - I am not confined to just one language or one side of the tech stack. On Monday, I could be working in Python or Go or Scala, but on Friday I might be working in Javascript. I also love the amount of input we, Engineers, have on the projects we work on -  we can pitch an idea and there's a solid chance that we can make that project or idea a reality. All of these things - combined with our do good mission - make Intersection an amazing and exciting place to work!

Andrew Albright
Partner Manager, Link

I love my job at Intersection! Every day I step into the office, I get to spend my day working with talented and passionate people from a diverse set of disciplines. Our work providing free wireless internet to millions of people across the world speaks volumes about Intersection's values as a company. Not only am I engaged in my work and given responsibility in my role, but I am happy knowing that I work with a team that is providing a crucial service in helping to close the digital divide in New York, London, and beyond.