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16 days ago

Network Engineer

Frontier Communications Wausau, WI +2 locations

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Capital Projects and Budgeting: • Project justification and preparation of documents for… Frontier Communications


25 days ago

VOIP Network Engineer

Frontier Communications Allen, TX

• Perform service restorations of single customer VoIP troubles and outages. • Provide a point of… Frontier Communications


16 days ago

Sr. Network Engineer

Frontier Communications Allen, TX +2 locations

Network Engineer position is focused on implementing, verifying and… and Layer 3 service delivery platforms. The main role of the Senior Network Frontier Communications


16 days ago

Network Engineering Intern

Frontier Communications Allen, TX

• Database creation, development, and data manipulation using SQL (Oracle… Frontier Communications


25 days ago

Sr. Manager, Network Engineer

Frontier Communications Fort Wayne, IN

Sr. Engineering Manager • Required Skills Excellent Project Management and organizational skills • Strong written, oral and interpersonal… Frontier Communications


11 days ago

Sr. Network Engineer - Video

Frontier Communications Fort Wayne, IN

• Exercises judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining engineering solutions for the… Frontier Communications


21 days ago

Network Engineer - HSI

Frontier Communications Rochester, NY

- Move, build, and engineer ATM VP/VC paths as well as VLANS. - Change and/or build new subscriber configuration in routers - Turn-up new hardware… Frontier Communications


14 days ago

Sr. Network Planning Engineer

Frontier Communications Beaverton, OR +6 locations

• Collaborate with Network Standards groups on network requirements and stay educated on all aspects of network standards. • Create network… Frontier Communications


4 days ago

Engineer, Network SS7 AIN Sr.

Frontier Communications Fort Wayne, IN

• Expect contributions to Frontier national AIN network especially in terms of future rollout strategies. • I… Frontier Communications


22 days ago

Sr. Call Center Network Engineer

Frontier Communications Deland, FL +5 locations

• Tier 2 support for Corporate Call Center Avaya and VoIP related issues. • Product testing, design and evaluation. • Work with Planning… Frontier Communications


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    I have been working at Frontier Communications full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Pros: Reasonable pay, commissions, incentives, and vacations.

    Cons

    This is a phone company. After implementing the new Ayaya VOIP system 2 years ago, call quality when down the tubes. When a call is transferred to you, the customer can't understand you or you them. Calls are muffled like talking through a pillow, watery, and choppy cutting in and out. Hold music sounds like it is underwater. Both sides have to repeat themselves just to finally get a call back number from the customer. If you are successful and get the number right, the return call is fine.

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    Try planning and following ideas through to their farthest conclusion instead of being caught unprepared when the plan runs out and you have to start imposing kluges and workarounds for long periods to get a somewhat workable system several years later. Before marketing a new product, find out if it is actually compatible with the other parts of the system. Most of the problems needing to be solved are the ones that the company creates for itself, not normal and expected maintenance. The waste of productivity is astounding, not due to the workers, but poor strategies.

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