Who are We?

Intersection is an experience-driven Out of Home media and technology company that delivers programming, consumer amenities, and advertising to cities. From free internet access to way-finding to real-time information, our products make city life easier and more sustainable. We further enrich cities with experiential programming that inspires and engages people throughout their day. With valuable, diverse audiences in America’s top cities, we provide innovative, data-driven solutions for brands to reach urbanites at scale.

$1,500 Retention Bonus to all new Level 1 trainees/installers in our Field Operations!

The Role:

As a Trainee at Intersection, you will assist in maintaining our advertising assets in Philadelphia metro area. You are highly motivated, reliable, and dedicated, and able to work well in a team environment. You should have solid written and verbal communication skills, and you must possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record. You should be comfortable working in the elements year-round. Knowledge of Philadelphia and the surrounding township areas is a plus.

You should be comfortable working in the elements year-round and have the ability to work day shifts. The hours are 8:00 am- 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday

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

What you will accomplish:

  • Successfully install and remove advertising posters on the interior and exterior of transit authority media locations
  • Efficient and effective execution of cleaning, light repairing, and maintenance of various bus shelters 
  • Accurately record and report all maintenance/install/removal information prior to the end of each shift
  • Report safety and maintenance related problems to supervisor/operations manager
  • Participate in company training, safety meetings, and other meetings and events as directed

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
  • Ability to demonstrate technical adaptability 
  • Ability to demonstrate proficiency of hand/power tools 
  • Ability to perform physical work outdoors on a consistent basis in all weather conditions

At Intersection, we celebrate every voice that makes us unique and every perspective that makes us grow. It’s our shared responsibility to create an equitable environment where every employee contributes to the culture of the company. Our products and offerings impact cities across the world and it’s our goal to represent the diversity and differences that make cities special. We will be relentless in that pursuit because together we are better. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, nationality, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, domestic partnership status, civil union status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic predisposition or carrier status, military status/service, veteran status, mental or physical disability, and all other legally protected characteristics.

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