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Standard User Bikerchick
(regular) Sun 18-Aug-19 21:52:40
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Well done on the start date mate, I've also been given cabler role and start in 3 weeks so looking forward to it.
Cabling is quite a physical role which mainly involves laying the fibre cables and getting it ready for it all to then be connected, you generally work in teams of 2 or 3.
Standard User Scotte86
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 10:52:27
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Thatís sound good to me , I want physical work. So do you still get your own van? I am also going to pursume this means working away?
Standard User Kirdaz
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 15:53:25
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Hi Bikerchick or anyone who can help. I passed the AC in February 2019 and am listed as passed but no post, did they ring you with a start date or was it by email? Thanks


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Standard User Scotte86
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 16:39:08
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They rang me pal . 3 days later with a start date but it was way to far so I asked if anything closer and they rang me back within ten mins and offered me a job 10 mins from my house but start date 5 months away.
Standard User Kirdaz
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 17:33:28
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Thanks for your reply bud, 3 days that was quick !! What area are you from ? I've been chatting to an engineer down our way (centre of Norfolk) and he was saying there is a group of them from the midlands trying to cover the work load in Norfolk, yet there is no vacancies in my area ?? Well done to you anyway, nice to know you have a date &#128077;&#127995;
Standard User Scotte86
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 18:03:42
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I am in Manchester. Time I start though will have nearly been a year as I applied in March. I am happy though and canít wait to get started. Hopfully they will give you a call soon
Standard User RedBull2k14
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 20:05:41
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Im at tier 2, waiting to find out if i get to an AC, How often are their email updates? and would you know from their emails if you have progressed or failed.
Standard User Kirdaz
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 21:22:40
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For me when i took the video interview i waited a week and they came back to me by email which said i was successful with the video interview and they would like to invite me to an assessment centre with some dates to choose from.
Standard User RedBull2k14
(newbie) Mon 19-Aug-19 22:42:14
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i had the one where "they will consider me against other applicants" maybe i didnt make the cut, nearly 2 weeks since that email
Standard User Bikerchick
(regular) Tue 20-Aug-19 00:54:48
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I know they are right at the end of recruitment for this year but if you passed AC in February I'm quite surprised you've not heard anything since. I'd email the recruitment team and just chase it up as I know of engineers from your area getting offers over the last couple of months.
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