RF Scoping engineer, Construction Manager (Current Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – August 18, 2015
Pros: working with friendly coworkers to achieve goals
Cons: lack of training and management software
MYCOM has given me a lot of opportunity to learn and grow in the telecommunication management field.
MYCOM has a great team in the LA office but efforts are lost to poor communication thru out the company. There are major miscommunication between OPS, Finance and executive management often making business difficult to conduct.
Field Engineer (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – June 8, 2015
Pros: Great pay and I looked forward to going to work everydy.
On a daily basis I worked on the construction side of new cell site installation as well as integration. Everyone in the company worked together a a close knit team. That includes the management that were always there to answer or find the answers to problems that arose during construction.
Field Engineer III (Current Employee), Roswell, GA – March 21, 2015
Pros: vehicle provided, gas, perdiem, overtime
Cons: travel a lot
I've been wth MYCOM North America for almost 6 years now and I really appreciate how this company molded me for who I am today. I've been sent to trainings to advance my skills and knowledge. They gave us series of Online trainings and seminars to grow our carreer. They've done lots of safety trainings to make us aware of all work related safety measures. They provided good beneifts and insurance too. Life is Good at Mycom North America.
CM (Former Employee), Chandler, AZ – March 5, 2015
The Arizona office will fail. Between the Director of Operations and the one Project Manager in that office, this office will not be around for long. These two positions are highly compensated for doing absolutely nothing. The employees that are lower on the management ladder get all of the work to do while the two higher ups sit around doing nothing. Maybe one day the corporate office will see what is going on in Arizona and make a change or for that matter just close the Arizona market because the bad reputation is growing rapidly.
Absolutely a great career to have while raising a family. Work security was defiantly low.
Construction manager (Former Employee), Centennial, CO – January 13, 2015
Pros: great benefits and pto
Cons: work security low
A typical day at Mycom was a deployment meeting each morning to take ownership of our action items and then off to the field to work with the contractors on site builds.
I have learned much through out my time at Mycom from working directly with the client from ms-95 starting schedule to ms-155 close out turn over packages to hands on install with fiber 7705 and router installs along with the provisioning , complete installs of UMTS and LTE to integration.
Mycom went through several managers while my time there which made things a little unsettling. Until 2014 they brought in a new director who has stuck with it and doing a great job.,
Very few co-workers the ones I had were great and learned a lot from them.
Was getting good quality contractors to complete good work from beginning to end.
Purchasing Manager & Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – January 5, 2015
Pros: exciting industry- next gen
Cons: benefits customer more than employee
Mycom has satellite markets which open and close frequently. Typical contract work within the Telecom Industry. As a Warehouse Personnel I saw a lot of people come and go, but decided to leave myself once the opportunity for advancement ceased to exist.
Construction Manager (Former Employee), San Diego, CA/ Arizona – August 5, 2014
Mycom was one of the companies that grew quickly and was getting to become one of the largest companies in America when providing services to main carriers with installation, integration and construction. A very great place to work and will work there again if given the opportunity.