This is a growing company with a lot of varied and interesting projects. It has a strong team environment where you can learn from your peers. Management is there to support you if you have issues and doesn't engage in micromanagement.
Because of the nature of this industry (being a contractor for a major telecom company) there are times where the work slows down, and other times when there are lots of projects that you will have juggle.
As your competency in the role improves you will start to work directly with the engineering and planning reps for the major telecom company. Some of these reps are very well organized and help make your job easier, others however, may cause you to re-do work, or re-visit a site, ie if ports are taken as there are many moving parts and many hands on these projects..
The company doesn't have a work from home policy, which may be an issue especially for those who don't live close to the head office.
Also being a contractor as opposed to one of the big three telecom companies, it wont have the same benefits, ie no pension plan, stock options, or bonus pay. It does have employee group insurance however.