In this article:A job with Frontier Communications of Kansas City, Missouri is not a guaranteed route to an income.
The job is an uncertain proposition.
The pay is modest, but it’s not a guarantee of a job.
The market is volatile, and a lot of people who are looking for work, even those who are on the sidelines, will take the job.
But Frontier Communications is doing something about that.
It has hired dozens of new employees, many of whom have been working on the job for a couple of years, according to two Frontier employees who spoke to the News.
The company has also created a position called the Senior Technical Director (STDC), which allows Frontier to recruit people who have been with the company for a while and who will be paid a lot more.
The position is designed to fill vacancies where Frontier’s technical staff has left or has recently left the company.
The STDC position, which pays $72,200 a year, includes a health plan, and is considered an incentive to stay with the organization, the employees said.
The employees were not authorized to discuss the salary and pay details of the job and spoke on condition of anonymity.
According to Frontier’s website, the STDC’s responsibilities include working to improve customer experience, expand the customer experience and provide technical support for Frontier’s products and services.
Frontier said it is looking for candidates with strong technical skills, good customer service and leadership qualities.
The job is not the only Frontier job that’s getting a boost.
On Monday, Frontier announced it is adding about 500 new employees to its workforce.
The company has expanded its customer-centric efforts to include telehealth, health and wellness services, as well as other customer services.
In a statement, Frontier said the job creation and hiring was part of a broader strategy to increase customer and customer service engagement.
The STDC role is one of several roles that will be part of that effort, the company said.
The goal is to continue to grow and build a more connected, engaged and empowered customer experience across Frontier’s businesses, the statement said.