Senior Telecom Engineer CV Example


The senior telecom engineer job demands full knowledge and experience on engineering and layouts, system design with contracting or consulting companies. Have worked with commissioning, field testing and project execution, and have complete knowledge in optical fiber transmission as well as multiplexing. Must be capable of handling the following: Voice switching, Key telephones system, PABX, TDMA radio, Microwave radio, VHF/UHF mobile radio system, satellite communication, integrated voice and data networking systems, public address/closed circuit television systems and above all must be computer literate.

Senior Telecom Engineer CV Example

Frank D. Benson

255 Pike Drive

Manchester, United Kingdom

E-mail: frankthehank@ycmail.co.uk

Phone: 5466-67-00

Career Objective:

With my 5 years of hands on experience in Data Network, PBX, VOiP and Call Centers I can guarantee this company that I can be of full use in the area of telecommunications engineering. I am also very familiar with other systems such as Avaya, Alcatel, Nortel and Cisco which can be of good use also for the benefit of the corporation. Plus 3 years of experience with data routing, switching and the Qos, I also don’t have a problem if ever the company needs to fly me to different plants and off-site locations. I am very flexible in my working hours, and I have great English communication skills.

Career Experience/Job History:

2006-Present: Hewlett-Systems Intl.

  • Processed everyday data routing of VOiP
  • Trained new interns for telecom positions
  • Supervised all data networking systems

2003-2006: Syketts Intl.

  • Supervised all data routing systems of Qos
  • Worked full time as a technical support agent

Education:

1998-2002: B.S. Major in I.T., Warburg Institute, London

1994-1998: Secondary Education, Newcastle University, Manchester

Hobbies:

Playing football

Night out with friends

Watching cooking shows

Play tennis

References:

Will be provided upon request

Category: Telecom CV's

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