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MTN Nigeria Jobs: Fixed Network Planning Manager
« on: Nov 14, 2010, 07:46 AM »
MTN Nigeria is currently recruiting for the following position:

Job Title: Fixed Network Planning Manager
Department: Network Group
Location: Lagos

Job Description:    
•Direct and mentor Fixed Network Planning Engineers to effectively optimize network topology for fixed network platforms on connectivity of network elements to meet the promised deployment of services
•Direct and define procedure for the Execution of prompt network capacity for all fixed network elements, features and protocols
•Oversee the designing and dimensioning of fixed network services, to meet the requirements of subscriber growth forecast.

Job Conditions: General office hours Some weekends and after hours work International and In-country travel General MTNN working conditions
Reporting To:   Senior Manager, Systems Planning

Required Skills:   
•8 years experience in Fixed Network industry which includes:
•3 Years Technical Experience in Planning of Fixed Network Elements, Fixed line Exchange statistics and Operations
•Vast knowledge of Signaling System, DSS1, C7, ISUP, TDMA
•Experience in forecasting long tern network growth and providing input to company business plan

Employment Status: Permanent
Qualification:    A bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronic or Computer Engineering

For more information and application: Careers at MTN Nigeria

Deadline: 22nd November, 2010.

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Re: MTN Nigeria Jobs: Fixed Network Planning Manager
« Reply #1 on: Nov 18, 2010, 05:49 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: Fixed Network Planning Manager
« Reply #1 on: Nov 18, 2010, 05:49 PM »