Common office jobs at Verizon as of 2015 include call center customer service representatives, product management and network engineering team members, and marketing strategists. Jobs in its technology division include technical manager and senior software engineer. Verizon has several career options for project managers in various office locations.
Verizon call center customer service representatives are required to answer challenging questions from Verizon customers while multitasking. The ability to listen and communicate effectively with people calling about device issues, billing and service is needed to fill this position. Call center sales representatives focus on selling Verizon products and services to consumers, and they work primarily from assigned stationary workstations. Call center sales supervisors work closely with teams to reach performance goals.
Leadership positions at Verizon marketing departments include directors of product marketing and digital operations senior consultants. Product marketing directors develop marketing strategies, work with research and advertising teams and assist with product launches. Senior digital consultants work on strategies and collaborate with design, legal and information technology teams. Problem solving and good organizational skills are a must to work as a financial planning and transformation systems analyst.
Another common IT position at Verizon is a dynamic host control protocol administrator. Those interested in this job must have a college degree in computer sciences and a minimum of five years of technical experience.