Mission: The Universal Service Administrative Company is dedicated to achieving universal service. This important principle suggests that everyone in the U.S. deserves accessible, affordable, and pervasive high-speed connectivity.
USAC is dedicated to achieving universal service. This important principle suggests that everyone in the U.S. deserves accessible, affordable, and pervasive high-speed connectivity.
By administering and protecting the integrity of universal service, USAC helps communities across the country to stay connected, schools to better educate, libraries to better serve the public, and health care providers to reach more patients.
At USAC, we value integrity, quality, accountability, and innovation. Our open-door policy promotes a collaborative culture. Our diverse and dedicated professionals are brimming with ideas and consistently discovering new ways to meet the needs of our stakeholders. Together, we achieve innovative outcomes.
USAC is an independent, not-for-profit corporation designated by the FCC as the administrator of universal service. With the guidance of policy created by the FCC, we collect and deliver funding through four programs focused on places where broadband and connectivity needs are critical. These programs serve people in rural, underserved, and difficult-to-reach areas:
USAC is committed to offering eligible employees competitive benefits and work-life flexibility to meet their financial, health, developmental, and future needs. Our benefits package includes the following:
I have been working at Universal Service Administrative Company part-time (Less than a year)
It's a good opportunity to work and gain experience, they have lots of events revolved around community bonding which is nice.
Instructions are not always clear even after asking for clarification, so sometimes you have to figure it out on your own.
I applied online. I interviewed at Universal Service Administrative Company (Washington, DC) in March 2017.
The phone interview was the first step in the hiring process. It was a 30 minute call with the human resource manager. The call involved my speaking to my experience relative to the position that I was applying.
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