Author Topic: Huawei Nigeria Job Vacancies: Field Maintenance Engineer  (Read 2036 times)


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Huawei Technologies is a leader in providing next generation telecommunications networks for operators around the world. Huawei is currently recruiting for the position(s) below:

Job Title: Field Maintenance Engineer
Department: Managed Services Department

• Bachelor’s Degree in telecommunication or relevant field.
• Energetic and studious; be able to travel
• At least 5 years experiences in telecommunications maintenance
• At least 3 years FM Management experience
• Experience in Generator, solar power system. Satellite transmission or sites security in preferred
• Familiar with managed services business mode, experience in managed services field.
• Excellent written, oral and listening skills in English.
• Experience in a Telecom Engineering Company, Telecoms Vendor or ICT is preferred and is of top-priority.
• Bachelor Degree in Electrical, Computer Science or telecommunications Engineering or relevant Degree as applicable
• Good Customer service orientation, communication skills, good team spirit and has ability to work independently.
• Should be ready to work under pressure in all kind of working condition.
• Proficient in Microsoft office (word, excel and PowerPoint)
• Applicants should be open to learning new skills and technology
• Self-motivated, flexible, enthusiastic and fluent in English both oral and written.
• Must be ready for international project to the other African countries.
• Successful applicants should be Goal-oriented with good interpersonal and communication skills, and be a very good team player.

Method of Application:
All applications must be sent via email to

Applicants should specify on their applications and CV’s the Job title, Job Code and the Job Position they are applying for and should save their C.V with their names and job title.

All applications that do not follow the instructions above will be disqualified.

Deadline: 20th January, 2011.

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