Job Description •Pre sales and post sales activities in India. •Perform field trails and technology demonstrations at customer's sites. •Manage customer projects from first installation to launch. •Do planning and proposals for Wi-Fi networks.
Skill Required • Experienced in IP networking (Wired good, Wireless advantage), planning and configuration (Radius, AAA, VOIP advantage). • Technical skills, hands-on field setup, unit installations. • R&D background advantage. • Pre sales and post sales experienced, presenting skills, Technical support experience advantage. • Understand RF systems basics. • Team member, hard worker. • Experience in Telecom, preferably in Wireless, Microwave or Satellite. • Frequent travel abroad. • Self performer. • Good English is mandatory. • The candidate will work independently from a home office.
Benefits Excellent benefits!
City, region Flexible location
Sector IT and Telecommunications
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productivity, quality and operating performances.
As Director of Information Systems & Technology / Consultant for several Organizations, I have provided the technological and organizational leadership that has delivered such success. Under my direction:
Over 15 years’ experience managing multifunction communications systems and project management teams
Outstanding technical, analytical and contract administration qualifications, able to meet and exceeded all budget, quality and performance goals.
Built a proactive partnership between application developers and operations, leading the development of a .NET CMS web based interface with an Oracle database backend, while maintaining application security integration solutions
Implemented a VPN, VOIP, and WAN for 7 of Universal System Technology Architect’s operating locations which resulted in a 34% increase in productivity and 20% under projected costs.
Directed the installation, implementation and design for a new Nortel Telephone system (Option 81c) using a copper/ fiber optics info-structure which expanded over 20 acres.
My greatest strength lies in my ability to evaluate technology requirements, Integrating the personnel and resources critical to systems development and operability. Further, I have excellent qualifications in technical marketing, partner relationships and Systems/strategic planning.
Currently I am exploring new Information Technology System opportunities.
n't sleep without my Motorola Q close by my side, i probably text message faster than you type.
The purpose of technology is to allow us to be lazier, so to answer that question...Yes it has accomplished it's objective. Even ethough I am a self proclaimed techgeek, nothing will ever replace the telephone (except maybe the web cam with VOIP. remember those video phones that came out years ago and never went anywhere?? i have a feeling they'll be back..soon.) I do experiene sensory overload at times and I just want to hear a phone ring...not play "Drop It Like It's Hot", I want to hear the sound of my mother's voice, I want to meet someone in person that I know nothing about. I think it's about finding a balance that works for you. I'm still working on that part....…
eir demanding customer environments.
They really need an expert, someone who
* can change the internals (for example to support private lines)
- this requires C programming
* has AGI and other scripting expertise
* has configured it to use a relational database
* has used SIP proxies with Asterisk
* can scale asterisk to multiple, distributed instances
* has built high availability solutions
Total 10+ yrs of IT experience
Status: H1/GC/US Citizen
No need of F2F, Only telephonic screening.
Duration: Long term
o Expertise in enterprise telephony communications products and technologies, modern Soft switching architectures, and signaling/call processing software development.
o Expertise in Asterisk internal architecture and source code, AGI and AMI.
o Expertise in Linux/Unix operating system application programming and scripting.
o Strong knowledge of Linux based Appliance development.
o Strong knowledge of C, C++, and Java programming languages.
o Strong knowledge of VoIP and SIP technology.
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w do you define or interpret “industry leading”?
I do believe in the concept of industry-leading technology, but I’m going to call you out on it. These are strong words so you better have a good pitch on why it’s different from your competitors. Some things that I look for and would consider industry leading are:
User-friendly interface (i.e. moving away from folder style and excel style searches and storage of candidates.
Mass mobile text messaging alerts
New and improved metrics/reporting
Integration of CRM and applicant tracking systems that work simultaneously together
I’ve been looking for a long time for a system that will recognize when my VOIP rings my CRM or ATS pulls up that persons file (assuming they are in your system).
These are just a few thoughts but have many more
Second, when you’ve considered purchasing new technologies, were you informed of the value of the technology, then see how it could benefit you; or did you start by identifying a specific problem, and then find a solution that met your needs?
My personal opinion that drives a need is to identify a specific problem or future initiativge then identify a solution that meets your needs/expectations.
Hope this helps!
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