RAN Engineer

The position of RAN Engineer offered to (applicant) qualifies as a position under Appendix 1603. D.1.
to Chapter 16 of the NAFTA. The requirements for an Engineer, as listed in Appendix 1603.D.1, are a
Baccalaureate or Licenciatura Degree, or state or provincial licensure. {Applicant}meets the
minimum requirements set forth in the NAFTA for the position as he holds a Baccalaureate or
Licenciatura Degree in Engineering.

As a RAN engineer, (applicant) will be responsible for engineering, testing, and supporting networks. His
primary duties will also entail the following:

  • Engineering, testing, and supporting communication networks
  • Supporting and testing software/ hardware new feature verification and validation
  • Installation, commission, integration, and testing of GSM, UMTS, LTE, and BTS/NodeB structures
  • Designing and configuring RNC and RNC interfaces in shelters and elsewhere
  • Analysis of Sweep testing results
  • Solving UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network) technical issues, working with radio planning as required
  • Providing support on the LTE network, small cell, other projects and work within protocols of VoLTE and ViLTE
  • Conducting VoIP testing and analysis of performance criteria
  • Performing network optimization from design to implementation, process improvement and designing drive routes for testing and optimizing the network
  • Using EDAT for network optimization
  • Preparing daily status reports and weekly pre/post drive reports
  • Creating and executing test cases for the radio access network
  • Creating and organizing field trials of new networks
  • Preparing site documentation and reports
  • Supervising and directing Telecom Engineering Technicians

Please email your cover letter and resume to apply.

Scientific Technician

  • Performing configuration, inspection, repairs and maintenance services for wireless radio and antenna systems in various field locations
  • Performing RF Drive Testing and data logging for HSPA+, LTE, and signal verification
  • Identifying solutions to technical design problems with the network and hardware configurations
  • Conducting data collection using Hasati Network Km, Hasati CSMOS KPI, Hasati VOIP KPI, and Qualcomm QXDM Logger
  • Configuring various types of antennas, coaxial and fiber-optic cables and connectors, and other hardware
  • Performing Passive Intermodulation (PIM) testing of coaxial lines to maximize reliability, data rate, and capacity
  • Performing Sweep testing to ensure output is within expected tolerances
  • Configuring and testing tower top equipment, including masts, clamping, bracing, supports, antennas, Remote Radio Units (RRUs)
  • Taking and analyzing directional measurements through true-up positioning and shooting proper azimuth to ensure that measurements are within tolerances
  • Taking readings of plumb, tilt, and torque; report findings to the engineering team
  • Testing of fiber optic cabling
  • Following work checklists and ensuring operational compliance
  • Trouble-shooting tower issues and hardware-related alarms
  • Performing equipment swaps and site upgrades
  • Working on post-drive data analysis in close coordination with engineers
  • Conducting site quality audits and technical site surveys
  • Working under direction and in support of RAN engineers and other engineers on the team

Please email your cover letter and resume to apply.