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MTN Nigeria is currently recruiting for the following position:

Job Title: Senior Manager, Transmission Planning
Department: Network Group
Location: Lagos

Job Description:    
•   Define and direct Transmission Planning to support MTNN network and services rollout
•   Design and direct implementation of cost effective and efficient transmission systems to support GSM rollout
•   Ratification of sites
•   Direct procurement or lease of transmission facilities for National, International connectivity
•   Oversee, Plan and execute transmission projects
•   Manage, Provide and support transmission engineers.
•   Provide engineering services to support new and installed transmissions systems base
•   Plan and monitor Transmission budget in line with business plan and departmental goals and targets

Job Conditions: Standard MTNN working conditions
Reporting To:   GM, Network Access

Required Skills:   
•   At least ten years experience in Telecoms industry, especially in network transmission with experience in:
•   Electrical radio engineering, microwave radio transmission at high frequencies and fiber optic transmission networks
•   Convergent Technologies, IP/Data NGN Transport service
•   Experience in connectivity, route planning, topology, logical networks

Employment Status: Permanent
Qualification: First Degree in Engineering A Masters degree in relevant field is desirable Professional qualification from accredited engineering institutions

For more information and application: Careers at MTN Nigeria

Deadline: 28th September, 2010.

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Re: MTN Nigeria Jobs: Senior Manager, Transmission Planning
« Reply #1 on: Sep 23, 2010, 08:39 PM »
This job vacancy is still open but will be closing soon. Apply now if you're interested and qualified.

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Re: MTN Nigeria Jobs: Senior Manager, Transmission Planning
« Reply #1 on: Sep 23, 2010, 08:39 PM »