Sunday, April 18, 2010

Job vacancy PT Metro Global Services, Lowongan D3/S1 Teknik Listrik Elektronika & Telekomunikasi


PT. Metro Global Services is one of the establish contractor in telecommunication in Jakarta, please kindly visit our website

Currently we are looking for the candidates this are the requires resources for some positions below, kindly forward this information:

PLO Engineer / Sr. PLO Engineer

* Ability to analyze of frequency changes
* Ability to analyze and change database parameter for new sites, and expand the quality of network to achieve KPI target SD-Drop, TCH-Drop, Blocking
* Analyze and optimize log file DT with TEMS
* Make report of KPI target achieved and send to customer to be reviewed
* LAC & SDCCH Planning
* Male / Female
* Graduated from S1/D3 in Electrical / Electronic / Telecommunication Engineering
* Min 3-5 years experience for PLO Engineer / Min 4-6 years of experience for Sr.PLO Engineer experience in NOKIA / SIEMENS / HUAWEI / ALCATEL - LUCENT System

Availability : Immediately

Kindly send application letter, latest CV, and photographs of potential candidates to CC

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