Verizon Wireless Jobs in Hanover, MD

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1 day ago

Assoc. Dir. - Government Customer Ops. - Acct. Mgmt. - Call Center – new

Verizon Wireless Hanover, MD

Provide strategic leadership to an operational team of supervisors in the BGCO and drive accountability in order to achieve business results through… Verizon Wireless

8 days ago

Experience Specialist

Verizon Wireless Glen Burnie, MD +3 locations

As a confident, professional individual with a rich understanding of VZW technology and services, you will: Deliver the ultimate Verizon Wireless… Verizon Wireless

19 days ago

Retail Sales Representative

Verizon Wireless Glen Burnie, MD +9 locations

With a rich understanding of VZW technology and services, you'll leverage this knowledge and expertise to: Analyze customer needs and present… Verizon Wireless

1 day ago

Managing Partner, Mobility Solutions – new

Verizon Wireless Laurel, MD

The Managing Partner – Mobility Solutions manages a team of Sr. Solutions Specialists – Mobility to meet and exceed Wireless sales goals. The… Verizon Wireless

21 days ago

Network Systems Technician

Verizon Wireless Annapolis Junction, MD

include troubleshooting; upgrading; administering these platforms and multiple vendor systems; maintaining system, element and platform applications… Verizon Wireless

10 hrs ago

Senior Solutions Specialist - Mobility Enterprise Sales – new

Verizon Wireless Baltimore, MD

The role of Sr. Solutions Specialist – Mobility is responsible for strategic solution-based sales to an assigned Global, Domestic and International… Verizon Wireless

25 days ago

Senior Analyst Inventory Planning

Verizon Wireless Annapolis Junction, MD

• Responsible for the enforcement of processes and procedures of Asset Management including the findings that occur from Audits, Internal, FA, SOX or… Verizon Wireless

7 days ago

Network Engineering Coordinator

Verizon Wireless Laurel, MD

• Enhance communications between Sales, PR, Marketing and Network. Conduct monthly conference calls to discuss news sites, LTE deployments and… Verizon Wireless

21 days ago

Senior Pricing Analyst

Verizon Wireless Laurel, MD

include developing the reporting capability within the Wholesale organization, This includes acquiring data through the use of SQL queries, Cognos or… Verizon Wireless

22 days ago

Product Marketing Specialist

Verizon Wireless Laurel, MD

In support of the 2015 VES Wireless Business goals, the VES Wireless product marketing consultant will provide VES Marketing support for Verizon… Verizon Wireless

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Verizon Wireless Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam
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    No longer a great company , the golden age is over

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    Former Employee - Customer Care Leadership in Hanover, MD
    Former Employee - Customer Care Leadership in Hanover, MD

    I worked at Verizon Wireless full-time (More than 10 years)

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO


    Training, Innovative Fun Atmosphere ( prior to 2012) , Compensation , Benefits


    Marketing and Retail sides of the house very slow to react to price pressure brought about by economic downturn, as a result the primary responsibility was brought to bear on entry level front line employees to mitigate churn . Bad idea . Many people in senior , upper and middle management have run from landline to wireless and brought with them questionable business practices that was detrimental to the business. ( take a look at Q4 results , both ARPU and Churn) . I cringed at the unprofessionalism of certain VPs and was horrified by some of behavior exhibited by certain Directors all in a effort to "drive results" all of whom came from the failing landline organization. The innovative , fresh, and forward thinking business culture that existed in wireless from 2000- 2014 is gone. Those people were worked out of the business to replaced by the landline runaways and their cronies. Consumers are seeing the impact of the wireline business philosophy in wireless too, increased fees, promotions positioned as a good deal but when you do the math it's more money ( Edge) . I am glad I was riffed. I am in a better place with a new company making less money but feeling fully supported by senior leaders whom I respect .

    Advice to Management

    Placing landline people in key roles is an exercise in going backward and has not yielded any business gains based upon 2014 results . Your HR culture is embedded with long term employees that have questionable proficiency and are out of touch. Moving towards combined services with cross functional will fail if you continue to follow the failed landline business culture .

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