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This is a great opportunity to be part of a company that is innovative and focused on accelerating technology deployment. If you are an Integration Engineer with Nokia OSS experience looking for growth, this position is for you.
To be successful in this position, you will need 5+ years of Telecom integration and operation experience and 3+ years of LTE RAN Integration and technical support experience. You should have thorough knowledge of Nokia/ALU OSS environment & tools (NetAct, Sam-B, etc.) and eNodeB equipment configurations. You should also have experience with creation of plans for the integration of Nokia eNodeB new sites, migrations, and carrier-adds.You also need to be experienced in performing integrations in AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile RAN Networks.
A successful candidate will have experience with scheduling and managing integration and troubleshooting activities, creation of methods of procedures for integration tools and integration activities, and ability to train and support uses of integration tools. This position requires strong technical writing skills.
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