The telecommunications recruiting company sources candidates for contract, contract-to-hire and direct hire
Atlanta, Georgia – September 8, 2017 – BroadStaff, a recruiting service that focuses on identifying and recruiting highly qualified installers, project managers, construction managers, technicians, and developers in the telecommunications industry, is proud to announce its new office in Atlanta, Georgia.
BroadStaff chose Atlanta based on the city’s thriving telecommunication industry, which includes the presence of companies such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Comcast Cable Communications, Sprint Nextel Corp, Birch, EarthLink, and PGI. In addition, the city is the headquarters for AllConnect – a telecommunications marketplace – and Cox Enterprises, the seventh largest phone carrier in the country.
Julie Anderson, who is also Director of Training and Development at BroadStaff, heads the Atlanta office. Anderson began her career with BroadStaff as a senior recruiter and is also responsible for developing and implementing programs and procedures for recruitment, selection, job placement, and training.
“BroadStaff’s valued Telecommunications clients have a high demand for site acquisition talent to include jurisdictional SmallCell city planning and deployment,” stated Anderson. “We have also experienced an uptick in demand for DAS Field Engineers and DAS Construction Managers throughout the U.S. 2017 has been our growth year at BroadStaff. We have doubled our internal staff of recruiters to supporter the wireless skill set demand nationwide. We don’t see a slow down anytime soon.”
BroadStaff recruits for all major wireless and fiber technologies, including OSP, Backhaul, LTE, WiMAX, VoLTE, UMTS, GSM and CDMA. The company also has the expertise to build DAS, OSP design and engineering divisions from the ground up through DAS/OSP Directors, PMs, CMs, engineers, and technicians.
Russell Liebowitz, CEO/CO-founder, “We’ve had our sights set on Atlanta for quite some time and the timing couldn’t be better to support our Wireless partners. SmallCell/Fiber/OSP has exploded in 2017 and we don’t see a slow down anytime soon. Our Atlanta office is a great location to support our SE partners with their growth.”