Diverse Skill Sets In High Demand
+ One Recruiter Rising To The Challenge
Many high-profile mergers and acquisitions among wireless/telecom industry companies over the last 20 years have caused many opportunities to consolidate. Newly merged companies typically didn’t want redundant roles, so they engaged in job cuts across the board. That impact on the telecom industry caused a workforce crunch.
Thankfully, good news on the hiring front is finally emerging: As 5G wireless network buildouts are exploding across the country, the industry is expanding into various technologies, creating more potential jobs for qualified candidates in the process. A whole new set of skills is in high demand among network engineers, business analysts, database developers, application developers and project managers, all of whom can play their part in enabling and integrating 5G into company operations.
That’s not all. We see the rapidly growing need among wireless/telecoms to:
Fulfill operational processes of every variety
From the complex ones that involve personalized communication across many channels to the simple ones that involve service configuration and invoicing.
Manage remote workers from contact centers to provide uniformly strong customer assistance
Certain regions can’t necessarily operate with one contact center full of employees the way they used to, creating a need to hire people who can not only work independently but thrive using technology based in the cloud.
Upgrade network system security
An expansion of network technologies with an expansion of remote work can also result in expanding security threats. There is a rapidly growing need for system security upgrades to ensure reliability and consistent protection of the network.
Manage and interpret Big Data
It’s rarely been an issue to accumulate a high volume of new data. The real challenge between the numbers of Big Data among wireless/telecom companies is how to interpret the information and leverage it for new revenue opportunities. The more talented resources with this skill set that companies can bring in, the more often telecoms can forge ahead with a greater ability to harness the power of Big Data.