Friday, February 08, 2008



We are a progressive and dynamic mobile services operator seeking to expand aggressively in Indonesia. We invite highly talented, dedicated and passionate professionals to be part of a very dynamic and challenging environment.

East Java and Bali Radio Network Planning Manager (EJB-RNP-M)

Qualification :

Bachelor degree from telecommunication (S1)

Minimum 3 years experience in CDMA/GSM

Knowledge of government rules & regulations on office building

Able to operate telco software and others such as Visio, AutoCad and Microsoft Office

Good in administration and management skill (planning, organizing, directing and controlling)

Able to work as a team and high interprsonal skill

Proficient in both verbal and written English

Ready to be placed in East Java, Bali and Lombok

Responsibility :

Network dimensioning GSM/UMTS

Drive test and network performance (KPI) analysis

Site survey

To support the network implementation

Please send application and CV to :

Please write the Position Code as the subject

8 Februari 2008

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