Viscar Industrial Capacity Ltd Transmission Planning Engineer Job in Kenya

Viscar Industrial Capacity Ltd. is looking for an Engineer, Transmission Planning for one of the leading private telecom services provider in Kenya.

Engineer, Transmission Planning

Location:      Nairobi Kenya.

Job Purpose

  • To lead the OpCo strategy and architecture planning for the end-to-end Transmission Network and ensure robust and high quality access, backbone and international connectivity infrastructure to support various services on the 2G, 3G, VAS and ILD networks.
  • The role also involves KPI monitoring and analysis as well as capacity dimensioning and management.
  • The role will require a high degree of co-ordination with Central Technical team and strategic partners for governance of Transmission Network operational activities and validation & evaluation of Transmission network designs.
Job Description
  • Provide Transmission network strategic and architecture planning, ensuring robustness, scalability, inter-operability and appropriate technology.
  • KPI governance and performance analysis for Transmission Network optimization recommendations.
  • Transmission Network capacity management.
  • Accurate & timely CAPEX and OPEX budget planning for Transmission network.
  • Transmission Network change request management and acceptance test verification
Skills & Knowledge

Educational Qualifications  Skills   

  •  Bachelors in Engineering/Technology (Electronics & Communication).
    Relevant Experience     
  • 4-5 years of versatile experience in Operations, Optimization and Planning of Transmission Networks.
  • Deep understanding of latest technological trends in Transmission Network, including classical PDH, SDH, ATM, IP systems, etc.
Send your CV to:

Deadline for submission is 25th June 2012.

Kindly do not apply if you do not meet the above criteria.

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Updated: June 20, 2012 — 10:45 am