RF Engineer (Net) 57249

Engineer - RF is responsible for contributing in the RF Design of the regional cellular network.
Responsibilities include:
creating search areas within their geographic area of responsibility; working with the performance team to understand area and issues within his/her sector; and working with System Performance counterpart to understand issues and help reduce Lost Calls and Ineffective Attempts within their sector.
Other responsibilities include:
creating and supplying cell site translations; evaluating drive testing in the selection of search area candidates; preparing FCC/FAA and FAS submissions in a timely manner; performing radio engineering evaluation for system planning and site acquisition; beginning to identify location specific needs for new cells taking baseline, performance, capacity, and population into consideration; and evaluating coverage problems and requirements for coverage cells.
BS in Engineering or Computer Science or equivalent work experience required 2+ years of experience in the cellular or telecommunications' industry.
General understanding and or working knowledge in one or more of the following platforms and/or technologies:
Voice cells infrastructure including:
Alcatel Lucent, Motorola/Nokia Siemens, Nortel/Ericsson, CDMA data Digital Communications including:
DS1, DS3, Fiber, ISDN Operating systems and applications including:
UNIX, Windows, MS Office Wireless data service including:
CDPD, CDMA, CSD, STP, RF Fingerprinting Analog, CDMA, Flexent Modular cells (CDMA & PCS), RMT software, and 3G technology Test equipment including:
T-Birds, DataPro, pilot scanners, baseline equipment, spectrum analyzers RF System Optimization techniques for voice and data for Nortel/Ericsson, Motorola/Nokia Siemens, and/or Lucent infrastructure Should have a good understanding of engineering concepts, and must show aptitude and desire to learn and advance in a technical field.
Proficient in office computer applications:
Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access Required Skills:
Desired Skills:

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