Saturday, November 24, 2007


24 NOPEMBER 2007


A growing telecommunication company is looking for professional and qualified candidates for:

Specialist – 3G Network Optimization (code : NO)

* Min 5 years of experience in radio network design and optimization for Telco company
* University graduate in Electrical Engineering majoring in Telecommunication
* Posses customer focus, quality, and solution orientation
* Strong analytical, strategic thinking, and result oriented
* Knowledge and skill in planning, operating, implementing, and optimizing cellular radio network

Responsible :
Responsible for optimizing and maintaining 3G network performance.

Successful candidate will work in a result oriented and dynamic environment. Send your application and curriculum vitae by indicating the code you apply in the e-mail subject before November 22, 2007 (in MS Word, no more than 100 kb) to :

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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