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IP Transport (89317 )

BRAMPTON, ON
Responsibilities:
  • Perform detailed assessment of all impacted circuits & facilities in the our client Transport Network resulting from any planned inside or outside physical activity.
  • Analyze all available data, validate from live Transport systems, and investigate all discrepancies
  • Prepare detailed and complete Service Impact & Risk Assessment report on the basis of above, within agreed to Service Level agreements.
  • Involve Wireless Access Engineering/ Enterprise Operations when required, to incorporate their services/ circuits into the report.
  • Liaison with all internal departments to inform/investigate any errors/ omissions/ discrepancies that may arise.
  • Update records/databases as and when required.
Qualifications:
  • Education and experience should include, undergraduate university degree in Electrical/Electronics engineering or community college diploma with
  • certification or equivalent. SCTE BCE, BCT, or BTS designation or equivalent work experiences would be a benefit.
  • 3-5 years of work experience with major Telecom Service Provider or Cable Operator in Network engineering while operations experience would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of Fiber Optic, SONET, DWDM, CWDM, Ethernet and Digital Video Transport technologies.
  • Knowledge of NetSmart, Site Manager, OneControl, PONS, CIMS/Objectel and NRM, as well as basic knowledge of our client Wireless Network is an asset.
  • Proven ability to work in cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent written and oral communication, prioritizing and relationship building skills.
  • Proven problem solving and analysis skills.
  • Independent self-starter and quick learner who is able to work well under pressure and tight timelines.
  • Ability to present information and advise internal customers on proposed ideas.
  • Ability to advise on technical problems and review work for technical accuracy and adequacy.
  • Advanced Analytical skills; Ability to analyze and investigate any discrepancies that may arise in validating different sources of data.
  • Ability to act independently to determine methods and procedures.
  • Ability to modify established guide lines, advise new approaches, apply existing criteria in new manners, and draw conclusions from comparative situations.
  • Ability to work from assigned objectives, relative priorities and critical areas that impinge on work of other units.
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