A typical day included researching and poblem solving for ds1 ckts. Then you create orders in multiple provisioning systems. Next send ASRs and create MASTARS AND update TBDXC. After cut complete close out orders and complete optima.
Project Manager for T-Mobile (Current Employee) – Norton, MA – May 9, 2016
Glotel is the staffing firm that placed as a contractor at T-Mobile in New England. They communicate regularly and support me as needed in my role as a Project Manager for T-Mobile development in New England.
It's not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. New management means new challenges time should be taken to make sure everyone is taken care of and in the position that fits them best. Not everyone is built for every job but if people are more then just numbers then that can really become clear.
Glotel was operated out of Cary, North Carolina with busy dc installation duties
D C Power installer (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – November 9, 2015
Ensured all aspects of dc installation properly and efficiently conducted. Learned new aspects of the job daily as well as met very nice people during the travels. I was competent with my duties which made for enjoyable work but being away from my family for extensive periods of time was difficult.
Wireless Field Technician I (Cell Technician) (Former Employee) – Washington State – March 24, 2015
I didn't really care about a t-shirt, but they told me they'd send me a few but never did. When someone tells me they'll send me something but never does, it bothers me. Also, this company does not provide vacation or holiday pay. No PTO or sick days either.
Metrics Manager (Former Employee) – Rosemont IL – October 9, 2014
Meet with supervisor to provide status on all open projects. Issue escalation on project which encountered obstacles. Learned the importantence of a private line. Worked very well with the management team. They supported the sales team and implemtation team very well. People on this team worked well togther to accomplish what was required by the customer. Removing road blocks was the hardest thing about this job. Completing a job and having the customer happy.
Good company for independent problem solving Indeviduals.
Wireless Communications Integrator/Technician (Current Employee) – Malvern, PA – August 18, 2014
Check in with office and see if I would need to pick up any equipment from the warehouse. Then I would head out to cell sites to do Integration of the SIADs and the UMTS and LTE BBUs. I like the being able to work independently and as a team depending on the job.
I agree with this statement! B&V hires unprofessional and unexperienced management/supervisors who lack the basis knowledge and understanding of the construction/engineering industry. Basis training was through the use of outdated PPT slides and no one on one training to learn the multiple software programs in order to support the DBA positions. The weekly Monday meetings ran by management were highly intimadating/harrassing causing a high stress level within the department.
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Did not perform as planned
Project Manager - T-Mobile Inland Empire (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – October 28, 2013
In this specific market; Glotel made promises to the client they couldn't keep.
LEAD PROVISIONING COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – October 5, 2013
Glotel is like any other contract company. However the Project Mgr on this job doesn't have any telecom experience. Therefore she/he is not useful and utilizes employees with the experience to do her job. She/He is working that person to death and you as an employee are poorly trained because you have to get help from fellow reps. If you drop a circuit or comment on how things are done you are out the door. Turnover rate 13 reps gone in 9 months.
Billing Client Advocate (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – September 15, 2013
Get to work and log into my computer. Then begin the day taking payments for Yahoo! small business customers. I learned how to handle billing calls, take payments, and increased my experience in customer service. Management and co-workers were excellent to work with, very helpful. The hardest part of the job would of had to been the training, there was a great deal of information to learn, just like any job. The training was very extensive. The most enjoyable part of the job would have to be the environment.
we drive long distances following gps coordinates to find cell sites in Utah and Idaho. when we would get to the cell sites we would have to call and check in with cell provider and fill out proper paper work for type of job we are doing some days we would just be driving other day we would be mounting radio fq cabinets,running electrical or terminating electrical ,running ridged pipe for electrical and low voltage i had a partner and management was good they would check on you if you needed help they would help if they could we had many co workers from all over. the hardest part of the job was being away from my family for up to six weeks at a time the nice thing about the job was paid drive time,company truck and gas card ins for my family paid food allowance per day. good work atmosphere no bosses looking over your shoulder
paid drive time, company truck and gas card, ins for my family, paid food allowance per day, good work atmosphere, no bosses looking over your shoulder
not steady work and having to be away from my family for long pierods of time