A Junior Network Operations Centre (NOC) Technician is required by our rapidly expanding client working within the satellite communications industry.
Do you live within a short distance of Rugby – maximum 30 mins?
Do you have your own car to get to work?
Are you looking for a career position?
Do you have a logical and inquisitive mind?
Are you interested in working for a company that is at the forefront of technology?
This is a fantastic opportunity for a technically minded person – it could suit an electronics graduate, or someone used to working within an IT environment – or someone who has some RF knowledge – or even someone who understands TCP/IP or Network infrastructure.
The important thing is they want someone who has a great attitude and a technical mind.
As well as dealing with technical equipment related to the satellite communications industry you will be helping specialist engineers over the telephone – training will be provided in this area.
You will report to the “Earth Station” Manager – and assist in the daily operations of the site.
This includes installation, configuration & maintenance of RF & IP based equipment, commissioning of new links, fault finding, managing & maintaining systems.
They deal with satellite communications – and this is an ideal position to get a foot in the door in the satellite industry.
After training, you will be Implementing & configuring new circuits for customers (including DVB, SCPC, iDirect & Vipersat etc)
Monitor & maintain infrastructure of the teleport, such as A/C and power distribution
Monitoring Network and Broadcast activity
Give technical support to customers over the phone
Installation and removal of equipment and cabling
Create & maintenance of documentation
Training is provided in all areas.
Get in touch if you have a technical mind….perfect (but not essential) for someone with basic RF knowledge, TCP/IP knowledge or an understanding of Network infrastructure etc
Even better (again not essential) VSAT network experience, RF/IF test & measurement, Electronic/Electrical workshop skills, advanced networking knowledge (DNS, BGP, etc), Cisco IOS knowledge (CCNA certified would be a plus), UNIX/Linux knowledge… again training is provided for the right person.
We are looking for people currently living within 30 minutes drive of the Rugby area in the first instance.
Please note that because of the nature of the job you will need to work a 3 shift system (days, nights and occasional weekends.)
The job is in Rugby – but not in the town centre – so you would need transport of some kind.
If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity – get in touch today.
I will send you a short questionnaire and if you are near the mark invite you in to see me for a very informal interview.