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Development Engineer Telco Equipment Reference number: 2168
Last update: 10-01-2022, 17:01
Region: Brussels
Sector: Telco
Education: Masters Degree or (equivalent by experience) Electronics/Electrical engineering
6 Months + extension
Work experience: 5 years
Contract type: Freelance/consultancy
Job type: Full time
Job description
The development engineer will be responsible of the service and network engineering of the network equipment or the design of the network
What you’ll do
  • Collect and translate the business requirements into technical requirements
  • Define a solution for the new service architecture implementation
  • Collaborate to the writing of RFQ's for equipment's
  • Engineer the new configuration of current network equipment
  • Adapt the equipment management interfaces for a transparent IT integration
  • Responsible for high level design
  • Ensures all data is available for the designing phase and protects data quality of the input needed for the design routines
  • Continuous optimization of the used tools by formulating process improvements, adapting IT applications and/or architecture, recommendations for atomization.
  • microservices/open shift environment
Profile
  • Master degree in electronics/electrical engineering or geography
  • More than 5 years experience in a similar job
  • English
  • Dutch/French is nice to have
Required Skills
  • Sound experience with telecom networks, the physical elements as well as related equipment
  • Sound knowledge on big data handling, GIS tools and protecting data quality within this environment
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