PT ZTE Indonesia
PT.ZTE Indonesia as subsidiary company of ZTE Corporation is one of the leading telecommunication solution suppliers based on China providing total solution to telecom carriers worldwide. ZTE’s over 26,000 employees are working in more than 70 countries and regions in Asia, America, Europe, Africa, etc. In coping with our expansion in local market depending on our Indonesian large project demand, ZTE is looking for outstanding employees in Indonesia to fill in the vacant position of :
1. Presales Engineer
* Explain detailed technical aspects/ solutions to customers and partners
* Be responsible for generating proposals and quotations; presenting and articulating proposal to customer
* Develop and maintain close marketing and sales relationship
* Work closely with account managers and be the primary liaison person for providing related information, and addressing and resolving customer inquiries and issues
* Help customers identify their issues, needs and requirements
* Minimum Degree in Telecommunication Engineering
* More than 3 years’ experience in telecom industry as pre-sales technical support engineer
* Knowledge of Switch, Access, GSM, CDMA, Transmission equipment
* Broad telecom industry background and experienced in technical service operations
* Team player with strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Self-motivated, aggressive and good communication skills
* Proficient in English
2. Configuration Engineer
* Circuit Provisioning;
* Circuit Addition, Deletion, Modification & Test;
* Database Preparation for Circuit Provisioning;
* Implement BTS Datafill Updates;
* Service and Resource Configuration;
* System Configuration;
* Hardware and software Configuration;
* Configurations Management;
* Data Book for Network Configuration Information;
* Prepare and Implement Database/Physical Object for Network Capacity Issues;
* Test Bed management and Procure Test Bed for Testing Activities;
* Apply Test Bed for IOT tests, Trial of New H/W & S/W or Verification of SIMs, and etc;
* Monitoring the accomplishment of the data back up for each OMC from the Network Monitoring staff.
* Bachelor/Master’s degree in Electrical/Electronics with at least 2 year in mobile/consumer/wireless industry.
* Requires proven technical configuration and related tools.
* Ability to work in a cross-functional environment.
* Position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Bahasa.
* Excellent presentation skills and ability to multi task will be a strong plus.
Forward your comprehensive resume and CV in English to :
Quoting job reference code in the subject or post them to:
The East Building, 26th Floor
Lingkar Mega Kuningan, Kav. E3.2, No.1
South Jakarta 12950
Closing Date: 10-1-09
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
PT ZTE Indonesia
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