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30+ days ago

Tower Tech I and II " Climb With The Best"

Pinnacle Wireless Arlington, TX

Responsible for the erection, construction and maintenance of wireless towers and co-location system placement. Ensure that work is performed in… Pinnacle Wireless


26 days ago

Wireless Tower Foremen - Tower Technicians - Tower Climbers

Pinnacle Wireless Arlington, TX

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Climbing towers and ladders at various heights Erection of various tower types Installation… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Foreman

Pinnacle Wireless Arlington, TX

include the following. Other duties may be assigned.  Climbing towers and ladders at various heights  Erection of various tower types… Glassdoor


Pinnacle Wireless Reviews

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Donald W. Gately
3 Ratings
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    Hard working people at mid-lower levels, incompetent upper management

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    Former Employee - Management in Blue Bell, PA
    Former Employee - Management in Blue Bell, PA

    I worked at Pinnacle Wireless full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Hard working people at the mid-lower management level and some very experienced Engineers and Technicians.

    Cons

    List is long:
    Upper management is relatively incompetent and vision/culture is merely posters on walls. Most Corporate Senior VP positions, COO, CIO, HR and other key positions throughout the parent company, Unitek GS are recruited from UPS. The CEO and President, Rocky Romaniello is a former mid-level manager from UPS, and despite of recent downsizing all "former UPS' employees have a "walk-out-of-jail" free card. The company is "top-heavy" with a high number of "top-dollar" non-productive overhead positions. A lot of the real competence in the company are long gone for competitors, and the business outlook for this Telecom/Cable Contractor is not too promising at the moment. - Credit Ratings very low.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reward the right behavior and competence, re-establish the culture (walk-the-walk), get more business (strengthen the sales-force) and down-size amongst mid-top level "non-productive" management. Board of Directors should consider a new President, CEO and senior management (preferably with strong Telecom industry background and track record).

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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