Another job was posted on the Ramblings’ Jobs board this weekend from the Cable MSO side of the tracks. Layoff news over in Europe this week has been thick, with Teliasonera and Alcatel-Lucent detailing cutbacks, but at least in the US metro fiber business things are still hopping. Cox Business is looking for a Carrier Access Manager up in Warwick, RI, aimed at growing revenue from the wholesale/carrier market. Cox Business has been one of the most aggressive fiber crossovers from the cable MSOs in the business market, but this position is looking beyond that into wholesale -- interesting.
Meanwhile, we still have three other job listings on the books:
UConn ‘s Information Technology Services group is looking for a Network Technician 4 – Senior Network Engineer. The position would help support the expansion of the Connecticut Education Network, a state-wide IP over Ethernet optical network.
Meanwhile, Lightower Fiber Networks has two positions listed. The northeastern fiber operator is looking an OSP Network Fiber Engineer in Islandia NY to take responsibility for provisioning of new optical routes across the NY/NJ/Long Island region. And up in the Boston area they are looking for a Network Operations Field Technician to help with installation, turn-up, testing etc.
As a further note, while it’s not on the Jobs board directly, Zayo now has a banner in the right sidebar expressing their interest in bandwidth sales professionals.
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