Service Technician/Installer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 24, 2016
Interesting work always learning new services and there operations So I could repair any problems while doing customer service and on call duties. Lots of good co-workers some were very helpful The most satisfying part was if I could beat their expectations of service.
Software Developer (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 1, 2016
First take of the business was a rudimentary work environment. Insulated I-beam construction for ceilings. Carpets were dirty and in need of replacement; which they did when the company was sold to Comtech. It's hit or miss on management, some will sit down with you and help you through issues but others are lacking people skills and are rude and abrupt in nature.
Good people, ok environment
Management stressed, not enough flow of information.
Mac plus advisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 11, 2016
i speak with over 40 Customer a day and i enjoy helping them with their device. i typically troubleshoot iOS device. i enjoy helping the Customer and making sure that they are a promoter of the brand that i work for.
I have really enjoyed the challenges of the position. Great opportunity to meet and engage a wide variety of applicants for various positions. Successful with high volume recruiting for various industries which would include healthcare, technical support, social media and general customer service.
Secretary/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Beaverton, MI – April 15, 2015
Though it's considered one of the most dangerous careers out there, it offers a big learning experience and stability. But you need to be determined to work in this field. You must be willing to travel and be gone for weeks at a time. The pay is great, but must be willing to be open.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fairborn, OH – January 26, 2015
Only worked for a short time but learned a lot about how the communications business is put together and run. Sharpened skills on customer services. Also became more familiar with computer programs such as excel and adobe. High stress job with very little compensation in pay.
Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 6, 2015
I enjoyed my work and working with people with open Underground conduit CAD Engineer, Civil Engineer, Right-of-way agent. Company Surveyor (not licensed) for Central Telephone Company Nevada. Embarq Government Liaison for Engineering as a point of contact, for all Government municipalities. Chairperson and Vice Chairperson of the Regional Transportation Commission Utility Coordination Committee. A member of the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association for Embarq. Executive Board member of National Utility Contractors Association Nevada Chapter for Embarq. A Member of Nevada USA North One Call as a Embarq representative. 43.5 years experience in construction engineering--effectively reads and interprets architectural, mechanical, electrical, and Civil engineering drawings. Member of Nevada State Professional Engineers Association.
InfoCision (Former Employee) – Austintown, OH – October 14, 2014
Show up for work 15 minutes prior to clocking in. Learned everything about Verizon Wireless, from the hot spot to limiting lines. Management was on point, alway there with any questions that needed answered. My co workers were very easy to work with, made a few friends as well. The hardest part of the job was getting the customers to trust me with changing plans, which is understandable.
Integrated Logistical Support Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 17, 2014
This is a great place to work for any one with technical experiance although business is slow know because of the return of Military units from oversees which is TCS's primary business. Hours are flexible and we leave early on many days. You can also leave early for emergencies and use lunch hours to make up time. Not a good place for minorities as there are a lot of racist remarks about minorities. I have witnessed firsthand.