CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Frontier Communications plans to hire 100 employees in West Virginia by the end of the year to support the company’s upcoming network expansion.
Frontier said in a news release that it will hire cable splicers and outside plant technicians throughout the state. It’s part of the company’s national fiber-optic network expansion over the next three years.
“Frontier is making substantial investments in fiber-optic technology, which requires hiring the best talent that will help us achieve our growth plans,” Verizon chief network officer Veronica Bloodworth said.
Among the areas Frontier is actively recruiting workers are Bluefield, Buckhannon, Charleston, Clarksburg, Huntington, Martinsburg, Parkersburg and Wheeling.