DIRECT SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Chillicothe, IL – December 2, 2016
11-8pm is what I work Mon-Fri. If I have any sales forms to scan and fax to Moline Il I will begin my day with those procedures. If I had no sales the following day I'll start in the field knocking doors at 11:30 am. I knock 60 plus doors a day soliciting mediacom services to potential future patrons. I sell anything from home security, cable, internet, to phone services. I'm the only dsr in my area my coworkers and management are all located in Moline IL, which is the hardest part of my job due to it being only me working in Chillicothe IL.
Freelance Account Director (Current Employee) – Santa Monica, CA – December 3, 2016
Santa Monica office definitely feels like a satellite office, not very integrated but seems the management is trying to make inroads there. Feels a bit like a scrappy start up, but you to get the resources and perks being under larger GroupM umbrella. People are smart and friendly, vibe is pretty laid back and fun but these guys know there stuff.
groupM resources, great people
small office, open floor plan, limited meeting space
Commercial Sales and Retention Representative (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – June 27, 2016
The company overall is a great place to work that gives a deep focus on its employees work/life balance. The CEO cares deeply about family and speaks of it every year during customer service appreciation week. As the company grows it does have some hiccups policy wise as things change on almost a daily basis but as a whole a pretty nifty place to work!
BROADBAND SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Marion, IL – June 28, 2016
Constant work job kept you busy not a lot down time a lot of overtime worked with customer some nice some not so nice but never batted an eye they where still customers and had to be treated with the total respect
Great Opportunity to make good money if you are motivated and dedicated!!
Direct Sales (Current Employee) – Auburn, IN – December 7, 2016
Great Money if you are willing to put in effort and are dedicated and willing to never accept the answer no and keep moving from house to house! Always be selling Good Insurance Somewhat Flexible Micro Management can make sales life rough at low times! Must be able to work and sell under stress!
IT Support (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – September 18, 2016
Inbound calls from customers having trouble with their internet, cable or phone service. Help customers with billing concerns also make sales providing customers newer service. Fast paced job with high volume of calls.
Voluntary overtime, lots of training, free food good benefits, lots of room to grow.
CSSR (Current Employee) – Moline, IL – September 13, 2016
its a good place to work with having decent mangers and a fast work place. there is amazing benefits and great pay. the downside is that the customers you deal with are difficult, and if you don't do think in the parameters they specify you're pretty much done. To work here is ok but the turn around is high and there is a reason for that.
Human Resource Administrator (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – July 28, 2016
I liked the people I worked with and what I did. Decisions seemed to be hard for them to make and it took time to review; however this is not a bad trait, it was hard for me to make decision on what I wanted to do going forward with a career. They would not get back to you when they advised they would. I overall loved the position I was in and would have loved to become permanent instead of a temporary employee.
Technical Supervisor (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – November 1, 2016
My review is as follows: Over all Mediacom is not a very Stable place to work UNLESS you are a single man or woman that can commit around 90% of your time to the Industry and the Position , This Company is WAY to Hung up on Getting things done quickly but not with Proper Integrity / all about Quantity and Not Quality. I had the least amount of REPEAT TROIBLE CALLS than any other tech. and was still laid off because of numbers on a spread sheet , I do Not Reccomend this Company Unless you are Single
Company Vehicle Furnished
Rarely get a Lunch break and never know what time you are getting off
Tier 1 Tech Support (Current Employee) – Gulf Breeze, FL – September 7, 2016
upon gaining employment, i was excited, finally back to working a full time job, insurance, holiday pay, the norm. Well once the 10 weeks of training was over, reality sunk in. the Leads are just higher paid customer service workers, most of the Supervisors make excuses as to why they can't help you with BASIC needs... the Managers are poor excuses and wasted time to go to also. Nobody i know that currently works there wants to.
announcer for sports such as basketball (Current Employee) – Columbia, MO – October 21, 2016
You make your own hours or sign up for your own events. Everyone is nice and willing to help plus you may get free food. Although the work is chill and virtually stress free it does take time to receive paychecks from the corporate office. Anywhere from 2 weeks to 1 month.