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Dennis Smith Seeks Regional Engineering Recruiter, T-Mobile USA (Chicago, IL)

Posted on February 14, 2007
Filed Under Blogging For Talent | 1 Comment

So, Recruiter….how daring are you?

Daring enough to jump out of an airplane at 30k feet?

At T-Mobile, we’ll never ask you to jump out of a moving object.

But we won’t be surprised when your customers describe you in the same way they recently described our own super-recruiter Jodi:

She’s faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound!

So, you got what it takes to be a T-Mobile Recruiter?

Our next super-hero will join our team in Chicago and support our Engineering and Network Operations organization.

Preferred candidates will have a strong telecom background with a thorough understanding of wireless networks and protocol (GSM and/or UMTS). Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, presentation) are required, as well as the experience to deliver world-class customer service to VP-level customers within the region.

T-Mobile USA offers an outstanding benefits package, employee and spouse phone and service programs, and the best Paid-Time Off (PTO) package in the industry.

This position currently resides at our facility located at 8550 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. However, these offices will soon be relocating to either the Itasca or Oak Brook areas.

If you have an interest in this opportunity, please forward your resume to Dennis Smith @ wirelessheadhunter@gmail.com.

Please include a cover letter with one paragraph detailing your most significant accomplishment of 2006.

And, if you’ve recently jumped out of a plane at 30k feet, don’t be shy…tell me!

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Want to work for This Man? If you Want to Enhance Your Career & Have Fun, …. Yes!

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One Response to “Dennis Smith Seeks Regional Engineering Recruiter, T-Mobile USA (Chicago, IL)”

  1. Dennis Smith on February 14th, 2007 1:02 pm

    Waaaay to kind, Mr. Doza!

    Thank you sir – I appreciate you helping me get the word out to all those Chicagoans currently buried in snow!!!

    Dennis