Burlington Communications is a privately owned Vermont corporation that was founded in 1993 by the former employees of the Motorola owned service center located in Burlington Vermont. Burlington Communications is equally owned by; Todd Goad, Eric Field, and David Pray. Our focus has always been on the service aspect of a project. This single aspect is what sets us apart from our competition.
We help public safety agencies save lives by providing reliable wireless communication systems and we help businesses create satisfied customers and improve employee morale. We are a sales dealer for Kenwood, Icom, Ritron, and EF Johnson. We have 9 full time employees and 1 part time employee including the owners. Six of us are certified two-way radio technicians while two employees are primarily installers of two-way radio systems, warning lights, and sirens. Our customer base includes numerous public safety dispatch centers, utilities, hospitals, police, fire, rescue, businesses, and at least a dozen “3 letter” federal agencies: ATF, DEA, IRS, and FPS to name only a few.
Interested in a career with Burlington Communications? We offer a challenging work environment in the office, in the service shop and on the mountaintops. Our benefits include a simple IRA retirement plan, health insurance and paid vacation. If you feel this is a career that matches your personal goals, please email us your resume, cover letter and qualifications in the radio communications field.
Todd Goad, President
Twenty-Two years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and manager. Four years experience as an Avionics and Radar Navigation System Technician in The United States Air Force. Associates in Applied Science Degree in Avionics (AAS). Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr.)
David Pray, Secretary Treasurer
Twenty-Eight years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and four years experience as a Weather Equipment technician in The United States Air Force.Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr). Certified Tower Climber by Comtrain.
Eric Field, Vice President
Twenty years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and five years experience as a Ground Radio Communication technician in The United States Air Force. Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr) .