FA Engineer, Field Engineer, FLM Engineer, Field Maintenance Engineer, Field Service Engineer
Minimum - Preferably ITI/Diploma Graduate
Technical trainings on Active and Passive infrastructure equipment (including transmission equipment) deployed at Radio sites Certified training for Field Maintenance Engineer (programme aligned to TEL/Q6202 released by Telecom Sector Skill Council)
Worked as Field Technician for minimum 1 year in the same role
The tasks a Field Maintenance Engineer is expected to perform include:Coordinating with the NOC and transmission team
Ensuring fault free network through periodic maintenance activities Assisting in fault management in case of fault occurrence at radio locations
Accepting new sites from Projects team
Ensuring completion of upgrade/change activities as per requirement
Well-versed with the functionality of BTS site active equipment like Microwave (TDM and IP based), BTS (Indoor and Outdoor), feeder cables (IF, RF cables), etc.Well-versed with the functionality of Passive infrastructure equipment like DG set, PIU panel, transformer, SMPS, air Conditioner, battery bank, etc.Knowledge of transmission media - optical and microwave
Knowledge of login cables (RJ45, RS232, and Hi-Speed USB) for different site equipment
Well-versed with the functionality of test equipment like E1 tester, Ethernet tester, VSWR meter, RF power meter, optical meter, etc.Well-versed with the mechanism to maintain the earthing pit to absolute zero Need and process of earthing of equipment
Knowledge of using and deploying cable connectors, cable ties and cable tray
Knowledge of IP based network - IP back-hauling and IP networking
Knowledge of the process of logging in the BTS site equipment
Proficient with the site acceptance checklist and critical punch points
Knowledge of standard fault-finding (troubleshooting) techniques
Willing to work on-field requiring frequent local travel
Ability to handle high-pressure situations
Hardworking and persistent
Good communication skills
It is not a desk job
Work from home option is not available
Part-time work and contractual jobs may not be available
Local travelling is a part of this job role
Need to handle a team
Working hours are 9/10 hours everyday for 5/6 days a week. This may vary from company to company
Overtime is common
Shift system maybe applicable
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe
This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous Health risks include dealing with fiber optic cables, chemicals, sparks from fusion splicing, elevated and overhead work, shock hazard, etc.Occupational hazards include harm to corneal or retinal eye sight, infection or skin irritation, burn injuries, electric shocks, physical injuries, fatigue, etc.
For freshers INR 15,000 to INR 20,000 per month For candidates with 3 - 6 yearsexperience - INR 25,000 to INR 50,000 per month (These figures are indicative and subject to change)
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Telecom infrastructure providers
Electrical/Electronic manufacturing companies
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Maximum number of job openings are available in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Delhi NCR, Gurgaon, Pune and other metro cities.
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Engineering colleges across India including IITs, NITs
Technical institutes across India
ITIs across India
Certificate courses offered by institutes like NIIT, APTECH, NIELIT
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