Network Engineering

Imagine your job is essential to realizing a safer community and a smarter future. Our network engineers help give first responders the support they need and ensure government agencies are able to protect our homeland. Along with our software engineering and operations teams, Verizon’s innovative network engineers provide widespread, reliable network access and security. Join our team and help meticulously design, monitor, maintain, test, analyze, troubleshoot and repair the network that best serves our customers.

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Title Category Location Date
Field Engineer-Switch (NYM)
Farmingdale, NY, United States
Field Engineer-Switch (NYM)
Whitestone, NY, United States
Weaverville, CA, United States

Sustaining a network that makes a difference.

Meet the people who make the nation’s largest, most reliable 4G LTE network run smoothly.

  • Network testers go where fans go at Super Bowl 50

    Network testers go where fans go at Super Bowl 50

    A team of 100 network technicians and engineers are working around the clock to give fans a fantastic Super Bowl 50.

  • Nicki Palmer Keynote at SWE 2015

    3 pieces of advice for the aspiring female engineer in your life

    Nicki Palmer, SVP and chief network officer for Verizon Wireless, spoke about the importance of women in STEM at the Society of Women Engineers 2015 conference.

  • Serving Our Country. Serving Our Community.

    Serving our nation and our network.

    Hear from engineer Chris Barr about how the technical skills he acquired in the military easily transferred to working at one of our cell sites.

  • Composer, Innovator and Verizon Patent Award Winner - Patricia Chang

    Engineering innovation.

    Patent award winner and pianist Patricia Chang uses her creativity to make customers’ lives easier every day. Here’s how her innovations and melodies are in perfect harmony on our Network Engineering team.

  • Building a Network from the Ground, Up

    Building a network from the ground up.

    Engineer Wayne Bradley talks about how much he enjoys keeping cell sites running. Find out how his efforts help emergency responders in his community.

  • When natural disasters strike, who protects our networks?

    When natural disasters strike, who protects our networks?

    The Verizon Major Emergency Response Incident Team has assisted with such disasters as superstorm Sandy, the Haiti earthquake, Hurricane Katrina and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.

  • 3 essential qualities for career success.

    3 essential qualities for career success.

    When new “Voice over LTE” technology disrupted the old way of building cell sites, that didn’t scare engineer John Orzechowski. He found an innovative solution to the problem.

  • Big Clients. Big Projects. Big Rewards

    Analyze this (network)

    Wireless Network Engineer Dustin Neisinger collects data and subjects it to statistical analysis to improve Verizon’s network. Discover why he calls Verizon a progressive technology company.