U.S. Cellular Jobs in Bensenville, IL

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3 days ago

Administrative Coordinator IV - IS Operations – new

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

• Creates and distributes reports upon request which may require working with other parts of the organization to gather information. Identifies key… U.S. Cellular

7 days ago

Sr Manager Information and Data Management

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

This person will manage a team of database analysts and developers responsible for ongoing data warehouse operations that provides 24/7 support to… U.S. Cellular

7 days ago

Sr. Identity and Access Management Engineer

US Cellular Bensenville, IL

Member of a team implementing Identity and access management (IAM) and roles based access control (RBAC) strategies. • Enable projects to on… US Cellular

7 days ago

SOA Architect

US Cellular Bensenville, IL

Responsible for the Design and / or maintenance of the target application or services architecture. Assesses the impact of the future business… US Cellular

7 days ago

Database Lead Administrator

US Cellular Bensenville, IL

• Analyze database & system response time and determine tuning recommendations to improve performance. • Interface with… US Cellular

7 days ago

Sr. Enterprise IS Security Operations Engineer

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

The role of the Enterprise Security Operations Engineer is to be a part of security team that safeguards the enterprise infrastructure and… U.S. Cellular

7 days ago

Sr Application Developer - SOA Web Services

US Cellular Bensenville, IL

The Senior Application Developer role is a senior technical role within the Integration Services team. The successful applicant would be expected to… US Cellular

10 days ago

Telephony Infrastructure Engineer Avaya

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

• Provide daily operational support for implementation, maintenance and troubleshooting of Avaya servers and gateways running telephony services in… U.S. Cellular

18 days ago

IS Project Manager Enterprise Testing

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

• Communicate and manage estimates to actual for testing efforts • Work with Release Governor and Project Manager(s) to communicate test work plan… U.S. Cellular

8 days ago

Sr. Enterprise IS Security Architectural Engineer

U.S. Cellular Bensenville, IL

• Review and act upon vulnerability scans, IDS alerts, SIEM Alerts, and other security logs. • Ensure that security configurations of key systems… U.S. Cellular

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    I have been working at U.S. Cellular full-time (More than 5 years)


    US Cellular has many positions available. In the past they have had a strong associate culture and there is plenty of opportunity to move upward.


    US Cellular was a great company to work for when people were signing up for cell phones for the first time. However, now that the telecom market is saturated and the most common way of obtaining new customers is by winning them over from other carriers, their excellent associate culture has gone down hill quickly and has created a somewhat hostile work environment of mistrust and over cautiousness. The over-cautiousness comes in the form of the CIO, COO, as well as all the IT directors reviewing and scrutinizing every change to production. If they don't receive answers that are acceptable the conversations can turn violent quickly - even for standard changes. There has also been a severe amount of people leaving the country due to these circumstances, and the feeling of job instability both for associates and leaders

    Advice to Management

    It is very easy to maintain composure and culture when times are going well, however, when difficult times arise it is a challenge to maintain the positive culture, but necessary to retain top talent, which will help you remain competitive. Also, I believe the organization needs to take advantage of its midsize flexibility by being quicker to production rather than slower and overly cautious. Finally, I firmly believe that many applications can be outsourced within an organization, particularly non-essential, non-profit chain functions such as time entry, learning management systems and other superfluous but necessary systems. However, systems that are directly critical to profit and earnings need to stay in-house as no one will care more for the success of those systems than your associates. A vendor's top priority, while they would like to see you successful, is simply self preservation of themselves. Your success being the vendor's secondary goal - not primary like your associates.

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