CAREERS THAT DON’T SUCK
Frontier Networks is in the business of building broadband infrastructure and voice services. We have, by far, the largest network with the most significant overall reach.
Frontier Networks is a ‘game-changer’ in our industry – where others provide mediocre coverage, weak execution, and ineffective support; Frontier excels with our 100 percent coverage connectivity solution that rivals everyone. Not to mention, our commitment to having customers experience our company’s culture.
We are passionate about what we do, we take quality and customer support seriously, and our culture places us as one of the most incredible places to work.
EVERY REVOLUTION NEEDS A LEADER
Please note that Frontier Networks will never ask for an application fee (or any payment) to apply for a role.
All employment offers will be presented from an actual Frontier Networks Employee using a corporate email account (@frontiernetworks.ca domain).
We will never ask for a payment of any kind.
Are you thinking about working at Frontier Networks? We have answered some frequently asked questions here.
There is an old expression that you’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with. So, we think our job is to ensure you spend each day surrounded by positively charged people and managers who don’t suck. Every business has pressure to perform at the top of its game, but we want to push all staff equally and build a high-quality team environment. We want our staff to learn a ton and be free to grow (in any direction) within the business. So, we promote heavily from within, and vital senior roles are rarely recruited externally. We, instead, encourage and grow the team internally.
Happy employees feel pride and accomplishment in their work and like what they do. Moreover, this sense of meaning has a positive feedback loop—that sense of satisfaction reduces stress, which can, in turn, positively affect productivity. By all measurements, we are a technology (or “tech”) company, but our language is not tech. We also don’t have the reputation of a tech firm.
We’re constantly grooming our staff for promotion within. If we had a list, it would look like this:
- Great problem solving
- Amazing teamwork and collaboration
- Professionalism and strong work ethic
- Great communications skills
- Natural-born leaders are welcome!
Yup! Come check out the parking lot.
We listen to our employees. We know at many companies, leaders make decisions—and employees only hear about them after the fact when they cannot contribute to the process. As a result, employees feel left out and forgotten when big decisions affect the workforce without their input.
You see things like “we don’t suck” on our website. It is off-brand for some, but it works for us. We compete with large national providers who, because of their size, have lost the ability to be agile & attentive to not only their customers but also vendors and even staff. We’re conscious of that and fight daily to keep this place unique to protect our customer experience, staff experience and even vendor experiences.
We don’t think so.
We do get many applications for roles. We have standing roles posted because we are always looking for new fantastic talent. We can find many resumes that don’t have personalized cover letters. It is hard to get to know a candidate. Feel free to send a letter, drop a note, include a video, follow us on Linkedin or other social and talk to us. We’re friendly.
Follow us on Linkedin here: https://ca.linkedin.com/company/frontier-networks
Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/frontierip
Follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/frontiernetworks
We’re constantly having parties and ordering food. Our holiday parties are insane. Ask anyone! We’re always celebrating something around here.
Important question. We’ve been around since 2003, and we are debt free. We don’t have outside investors and are not raising money (ever). We’re stable, safe and predictable. We’re profitable (always have been), and we grow year after year. We grow organically. We don’t buy companies, slap them together, and hope for the best. It isn’t good for customers, staff and morale.
No surprises! Start-ups are scary places, and big tech hires and fires by the 1000’s. It’s just wrong. We value people too much.