Senior Services Deployment Engineer

The Senior Services Deployment Engineer is responsible for leading deployment activities associated with maintaining, growing and evolving Intelsat's Flex managed services network.  You will lead collaborative efforts to build, deploy and validate Intelsat's Flex and other network satellite broadband platform solutions that support Intelsat commercial and enterprise networks.  You will interact with equipment suppliers, integrator vendors, and internally work with peers from Network Planning, Network Design, Field Service Engineering and Network Operations teams.  As a leader on the team you will drive the best practices in network system deployment and mentor more junior members of the team.   An Equal Opportunity Employer Critical Responsibilities oProvides guidance on all existing and proposed architecture to ensure streamlined integration oProactively identifies system dependencies and project scope changes. oDevelops Statement of Works (SOW) for use with third party integrators and Technical Service Work Orders (TSWO) and lead efforts at remote locations based on these documents. oDrafts technical drawings (rack elevations, wire and cable diagrams, network diagrams) and maintain as built and redline drawings into corporate repositories. oConducts design and service handoff reviews oAdheres to structured deployment methodology and end-to-end testing. oImplements and validates fault and performance systems oProvides level 3 infrastructuresupport to the operations team, including on-call rotation support oResolves issues related to source data and/or systems anomalies. oEnsures that best practice procedure is incorporated from a multiple department perspective, within your defined role and responsibility. oSupports the development of automation capabilities. oCollaborates with the Design Engineers, vendors, Field Service Engineers (FSE), and Program Managers. oContributes to current operating standards and process, to increase team effectiveness and process alignment. oProvides knowledge transfer and mentoring to other engineers and peers as required. oContributes to technical training materials. Important Responsibilities oRepresents the department as a primary technical SME. oParticipates in and leads meetings and activities to support Network Engineering. oDocuments and complies with recordkeeping procedures. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities oBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or similar discipline. At least three (3) years of networkexperience, with five (5) years preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered in lieu of the stated minimum education and experience requirements oNetwork Engineering and system deployment expertise within a Multi-vendor integration experience oWorking experience in Linux command line syntax oWorking experience with Cisco and Juniper routing and switching oExperience in low level design and configuration of broadband satellite platforms (ex. iDirect, Gilat, Comtech, Newtech) or data/Internet over satellite systems. oExcellent hands-on network integration and problem-solving skills oExcellent verbal and written communication skills oInfluences others outside of the team to ensure goals are met and conflicts are resolved oAbility to "think outside the box" oAbility to work independently on multiple projects oDesired Certifications: CCNA oMust have excellent organizational and database skills, with the ability to coordinate between multiple systems. oAbility to analyze situations and utilize problem solving abilities under pressure. oStrong ability to interact efficiently with peers and customers is required. Req ID:  28006
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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