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9 days ago

Sr Consultant-ERC

Windstream Charlotte, NC

will entail supporting management and network analysts in the operation of a 24 x7 Network Operations Center. Typically, a Senior Consultant will… Windstream

9 days ago

Senior Account Executive

Windstream Cranford, NJ +6 locations

Account Responsibility Overall responsibility to prospect for new customers in an assigned territory through aggressive prospecting efforts to new… Windstream

9 days ago

Network Design Specialist 3

Windstream Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

• Conducts business in a consultative manner, understanding the communication applications and business challenges facing our prospective and current… Windstream

9 days ago

Customer Service Representative - Local Service Provider Access Center

Windstream Harrison, AR

- Gains and maintains product/service knowledge, working knowledge of telephony technology and industry updates. - Responsible for Local Service… Windstream

9 days ago

Senior Access Consultant

Windstream Little Rock, AR

• Conduct consistent and periodic trending and analysis of last mile access costs, as well as other costs impacting margin. • Create a tracking… Windstream

9 days ago

Coordinator I-Sales Order (RR)

Windstream Hiawatha, IA

Principal job functions include (but not limited to), providing training, system, product and resource support, and proposal generation and order… Windstream

9 hrs ago

Associate Account Manager (RR) – new

Windstream Charlotte, NC

• Delivers sales management to existing customers by assessing past, present, and future customer needs; analyzing customers business model; and… Windstream

5 days ago

Network Analyst II/III-NOC

Windstream Greenville, SC

include creating and delivering technical training material, ensuring quality work is being performed, mentoring newer employees, and representing… Windstream

9 days ago

Network Analyst I-NOC (RR)

Windstream Little Rock, AR

include turning up new static IP broadband service in Windstream’s data network, configuring customer premise equipment, handling customer calls, and… Windstream

9 days ago

Analyst II-Info Security

Windstream Twinsburg, OH

- Research, identify, and track security threats and vulnerabilities - Triage and investigate security incidents, including forensic investigations… Windstream

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    Disorganized, Understaffed and Overworked

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    I have been working at Windstream full-time (more than a year)


    Working at Windstream will introduce you to many different technologies. The network consists of multi-vendor core and really touches on your base understanding of networking skills and troubleshooting.Complex issues will definitely test your knowledge and validate your certification whether it be CCNA, CCNP, CCNA Security, JNCIA etc
    Decent pay w/ decent benefits. Coworkers are fun to work with. Call Center Perks ummm frequent potlucks if that's your thing.The main pro is that you can level up at an ISP 2-3x as fast versus working for an enterprise or vendor


    Where to start. The company is mainly split into 3 departments. Data, Voice and transport. The data department in the Maitland call center is ran by 2 Managers and one team lead. Windstream is the wild west of the telecomm industry and this will make sense if you choose to work here. The CEO's are accountants which plays a big part into some of the recent developments and decisions.Data is ran like a call center with heavy micro managing. Policies are ever changing and yearly raises are not very enticing. Understaffed and overworked is a common theme. I could go on but have a game plan if you choose to work here. You are a number 1st and a person 2nd which is usually how most call centers work. Training is non existent. A new hire may be given 4-5 weeks training and then thrown into the wolves as far being able to troubleshoot everything. Trial by fire works for some but not for everyone. Afterwards there is no continued training development when it comes to complex technologies.

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    Recognize your employees skill set and give the appropriate access level. The good cop, bad cop management style causes confusion and doesn't scale well over time. If employees believe that management has their best interests at heart then employees will go the extra mile.Professionalism is not attained through a job title and this is something that needs to be worked on by "BOTH" managers.If management is held accountable by NPS Surveys and the trend continues this reflects on your poor management style. Cracking jokes and having outbursts on the floor when a mistake is made resonates poorly with the workforce.

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