We have three new job listings on the Ramblings’ Jobs board this week, including one from Birch Communications in Georgia and two from Noel Communications up in the Pacific Northwest.
Down in Atlanta, Birch Communications is looking for a Product Manager to help both manage existing products and services and create and integrate new ones. Birch has been quietly but actively buying assets while transforming its product portfolio.
And in the state of Washington, Noel Communications is looking for both a Network Engineer and a Network Coordinator II in either Yakima or Seattle, looking to beef up both their design and provisioning capabilities. I haven’t followed Noel that much, but they’ve been adding regional network reach over the past year or two.
Meanwhile, there remain three active job listings by the Midwestern-based fiber builder and operator Unite Private Networks. UPN is looking to find both a Chief Technology Officer/Chief Operating Officer and a Director of Business Analysis to add to its management team at its headquarters in the Kansas City, Missouri metro area. UPN is also still looking for a Director of Enterprise Sales in Dallas, Texas to help put its 2,500 route miles of metro fiber to work.
Filling out the current listings, Competitive Telecoms Group is still seeking an Enterprise Sales Executive out in San Jose, California aimed at the Fortune 1000, service providers, and large multinational corporations.
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