Verizon – Ashburn, VA
Provisioning • Install new / rebuild existing servers and configure hardware, peripherals, services, settings, directories, storage, etc. in… Verizon
Verizon – Ashburn, VA
The Business case lead is responsible for developing the overall financial strategy and creating and implementing the business case for a large… Verizon
Verizon – Basking Ridge, NJ
Reporting to the Verizon Finance Transformation Office PMO Manager, this resource would be primarily responsible for maintaining and enhancing… Verizon
Verizon – Richardson, TX
The Supervisor, Project Management will manage and oversee a team responsible for all Verizon project related activities for major customers. They… Verizon
Verizon – Cary, NC
•Execute and maintain project management processes in the areas of project schedule, quality management, communications management, risk/issue… Verizon
Verizon – Atlanta, GA
• Conceptualize, test, activate, evaluate and project manage promotional opportunities that drive incremental… Verizon
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I worked at Verizon as an intern (less than a year)Pros
Large company, lots of resources, many different business units so much room to grow, good brand name, great cafeteria food.
The people I met were cordial, were willing to help me learn, and generally had a positive attitude. Of course, I can only speak to the group I worked with.
The work was interesting. I was able to contribute and add real value. There were also these "Product Domain Reviews" where we had an hour to talk to VPs heading different segments of the business.
I was also able to have 30-minute one-on-ones with various high-level executives and they were friendly and open to talking about my internship, where Verizon was headed, general career stuff -- anything basically.Cons
Some inefficiency, probably stemming from the fact that the company is so big. For example, there are departments that don't cooperate as well as they should. There really should be lower barriers to transferring information internally.
This didn't really affect my experience though. But looking from a business point of view, someone high up might want to fix that -- would really streamline things.
The summer internship should have a more organized structure. I may have just come during a summer where they were beta testing a new internship structure, but there was a lot of confusion between the actual "internship work" and the "summer project and presentation".Advice to ManagementAdvice
Facilitate communication between different departments; break down any unnecessary barriers.
Create a more structured and organized (and less confusing) summer internship.
Definitely take an active interest in the summer interns. I got to sit down with two C?Os and I'm sure it was a good learning experience from both sides.RecommendsNeutral Outlook