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3 days ago

Staff Manager-Engineering – new

Windstream Twinsburg, OH

Manage large or highly complex functions and either (1) supervise other managers/supervisors, or (2) be directly responsible for applying… Windstream

3 days ago

Senior Consultant-Network – new

Windstream Phoenix, AZ

•Supervise IP/MPLS services’ implementation covering the installations, testing & handover. •Assist in the definition and process for the handover… Windstream

3 days ago

Associate Network Analyst-NOC- RR – new

Windstream Little Rock, AR

weekends, and holidays. Minimum Requirements:Associate Degree in a technical discipline and 0-2 years technical/telephony experience; or 4 years of… Windstream

2 days ago

Project Manager I/II-Service Delivery – new

Windstream Hiawatha, IA

Plans and manages projects for installation by ensuring a clean scope of work; facilitating the definition of project goals and deliverables… Windstream

2 days ago

Specialist II-Service Activation – new

Windstream Greenville, SC

Working knowledge of all switches and the products provisioned in those switches. Must have the ability to build and troubleshoot within those… Windstream

3 days ago

Analyst I-Engineering – new

Windstream Evansville, IN

conceptual fiber routes and points of interest. •Verify any questionable data by research of… Windstream

3 days ago

Small Business Sales Specialist

Windstream Texarkana, TX +2 locations

- This position will sell in our CLEC markets. - Rep to focus on Small/Medium size business accts - Daily activities will include cold… Windstream

2 days ago

Senior Analyst-Marketing – new

Windstream Little Rock, AR

statistical data. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements: Advanced Excel skills; outstanding communication and organization skills… Windstream

3 days ago

Application Programmer Consult – new

Windstream US-Ohio-Virtual Office OH V212 1.00

The Application Programmer Consultant is responsible for the following: provides high level consulting services to client personnel (e.g., advises… Windstream

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Anthony ("Tony") Thomas
13 Ratings
  • Positive experience overall, but the company is struggling.

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    Former Employee - Senior Network Analyst in Little Rock, AR
    Former Employee - Senior Network Analyst in Little Rock, AR

    I worked at Windstream full-time (more than 5 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO


    I worked for Windstream for 7 years. I learned a tremendous amount, and the job gave me great experience to further my career. The best thing about Windstream was that superior knowledge and effort were often awarded with promotion. The company offers one of the few decent opportunities in Little Rock for working on such a large network. I built great relationships at this company, and the team I was on was particularly close knit. I learned so much from analysts, engineers, and managers in every department.


    The company has outsourced its largest group of technical analysts to India. This has closed many of the opportunities that were available when I first started with the company. The company has suffered terribly from upper management extracting money from the network rather than investing in it. Worse is that the company has kept too much of the management from the companies it takes over rather than assimilating these companies into its own culture. Management has tried to fix its problems through mergers and acquisitions and constant structural changes instead of fixing these underlying problems. Interdepartmental communication is terrible.

    Advice to Management

    Pick one organizational design and stick with it. Work on investing in the network and completing network integrations. Avoid new bad acquisitions. Most of all, understand that the reason you have so many customer complaints is due to a failure to invest in the network and not because of mistakes by the analysts in Operations. Stop ruling by fear, and start leading with incentives.

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