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Self-Organising Network engineer (SON)

Job Title: Self-Organising Network engineer (SON)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Dublin, Dublin
Salary: €75 - €100 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Self-Organising Network Engineer (SON)- 6 Month Contract

My client is a globally known Telecommunications Company based in Ireland and are looking for a Self-Organising Network Engineer (SON).

The Self-Organising Network Engineer (SON) will be have responsibilities in:

  • Outline and document new SON system requirements
  • Perform system analysis and design of SON use cases for GSM, UMTS, LTE, LTE-Advanced
  • Characterize behaviour of SON Modules in lab and live network environments
  • Specify and implement simulation models and software prototypes of SON use cases
  • Analyse large data sets to identify opportunities for further improvement of SON capabilities
  • Write technical documents and papers specifying technical requirements, solutions and product goals
  • Author and present customer-facing presentations and written technical materials

The Self-Organising Network Engineer (SON) must have experience in:

  • Radio network planning, troubleshooting and optimization of UMTS or LTE networks.
  • Radio propagation planning, optimization of coverage and capacity, KPIs analysis, tuning of RAN configuration parameters, etc.
  • Mechanisms and algorithms of SON features, such as ANR, CCO, etc.
  • RF planning and optimization tools, drive test measurement tools, and service assurance tools.
  • One of the following programming languages: C, C++, Java, Python, Matlab
  • Masters or PhD degree

Ireland / Self-Organising Network engineer / (SON) / Radio Network Planning / UMTS / LTE Networks / Algorithms / RF Planning / Telecommunications


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