IC Resources Ltd

System Verification Test Engineer

£35000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
04 Jan 2019
01 Feb 2019
Paula Wickens
Job Function
Specialist Area
RF & Microwave, Software, Wireless
Contract Type
Full Time

IC Resources is representing a global company based in slough, they are a leading vendor of LTE and 4G base stations small cells and backhaul technologies. also addresses non-mobile carrier and private network deployment including the needs of fixed Internet Service Providers, and several vertical market segments including Smart Grids, Public Safety, Transportation and Oil & Gas.

System verification test engineer, permanent role, Primary based Slough with some occasional travel, GBP 45,000.00 pa pending on expertise. The successful System Verification Test Engineer will be supporting and executing system level tests for element management systems (EMS) software, automating test activities and identifying issues using defect tracking tools and will be required to be flexible to project demands.

The Successful Verification Test Engineer will have a bachelor's degree (2:1 minimum) in Telecommunications or a similar field, and experience in the following areas;

* Linux OS

* Python or Wireshark

* Wireless Telecom protocols; 3GPP, LTE, WiMAX, Wi-Fi.

* Networking Protocols; TCP/IP, SNMP

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