Mission: To be recognized as the first choice to serve the total communications needs for our communities.
Work with us to create the career that is right for you. CenturyLink believes in hard work and career progression. We offer college tuition support - even for online classes - and ongoing training to give our employees the ability to grow into valuable leaders. CenturyLink wants to help you get where you want to be.
CenturyLink is a Fortune 500 company with lots of growing left to do. We are constantly looking for ways to innovate and advance in the industry, and we need your help to get us there. Our leadership regularly looks to our team members for ideas to make this happen.
Want to love where you work? Our team-based mentality and extensive benefits package set us apart from the crowd. We encourage our team to learn and grow, just as the company does, and we give them the tools to make it happen.
Build your career. Grow with us. Love your job.
Many employees have built successful careers at CenturyLink, growing with us as we have expanded to serve new markets with new technologies. We value the highest ethical standards applied to a positive work environment and seek out people with new perspectives as we acquire talent in careers that will support our continued growth.
We value the highest ethical standards applied to a positive work environment and seek out people with new perspectives as we acquire talent in careers that will support our continued growth. CenturyLink supports our veterans not just through volunteerism and employee resource groups, but also by creating opportunities for you to take the skills you've learned and apply them here.
A diverse workforce is one of our greatest strengths in a competitive global marketplace. We are committed to fostering a culture that honors mutual respect and collaboration which results in our best work. Our goal is for all employees to feel appreciated, respected and part of the CenturyLink family, consistent with our Unifying Principles.Glen F. Post III
Chief Executive Officer and President
CenturyLink's commitment to diversity is part of how we live the Unifying Principles each day. CenturyLink's diversity statement further explains our approach to creating an inclusive and respectful work place.
CenturyLink employs thousands of individuals throughout the United States. One of our strengths is the diversity of our people, and we are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture. The mix of viewpoints, talents, experiences, backgrounds and beliefs found at CenturyLink is respected and valued. Our Human Resources policies aim for the highest standards of fairness and equal opportunity, covering recruitment, hiring, promotions, job assignments and all other aspects of employment.
CenturyLink is committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees.
Thousands of employees have built successful careers at CenturyLink, growing with us as we expand to serve new markets and new technologies. We value the highest ethical standards – guided by our unifying principles – applied to a positive work environment and seek out people with new perspectives to support our continued success.
Pre-Paid Tuition or Tuition Reimbursement programs available
Healthcare and daycare spending accounts
Receive excellent medical, dental and vision coverage
Attractive 401K company match program
Paid holidays and vacation time, no nights or
weekends in most locations
Continued training for career development
I have been working at CenturyLink full-time (More than a year)
Solid solution portfolio, excellent extended team resources, competitive pricing, world class customer service.
Product delivery/implementation can slip easily.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at CenturyLink (Albuquerque, NM) in September 2017.
Initial phone interview with a recruiter, then a sales test online, followed by an interesting in person panel interview. Asked to create a PowerPoint titled Why CenturyLink and sell them on their products. Got to the interview and had to call in and get passed the gate keeper, then proceed to pitch them via the PowerPoint. I was stretched quite a bit but it went well and the team played their roles well so they kept me on my toes.