U.S. Cellular Schaumburg , IL 60196
Posted 1 week ago
The engineer will participate in the Engineering Rotational Development Program and have the opportunity to work in challenging innovative and collaborative work environments. The engineer will do 3 rotations over 12 months and are required to complete rotational assignments in two separate functional teams (3 months each) with a final rotation of 6 months. The rotation departments are on the System Performance teams.
Build the essential skills in areas such as system performance as well as data network architecture, network maintenance, services engineering, analytics, and have exposure to CDMA, LTE, VoLTE RAN networks.
Exposed to tools used in the industry to test/analyze the network, dataset analysis and analytics and capacity planning. Understand Network Performance KPI goals
Perform Annual preventative maintenance and regulatory activities and documentation
Provide statistical analysis of system performance trends including call performance, resource utilization, and network capacity
Support the System Performance Engineers as required in analyzing / troubleshooting performance problems
Assist in the investigation of Executive/Internal Coverage complaints
Improve/develop system performance reports
Bachelor's degree in Engineering/related discipline or equivalent work or military experience required
Strong Academic Background
Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast paced and ever evolving environment
Ability to work both as a team player and individual contributor
Demonstrates excellent interpersonal communications and complex problem solving skills; ability to make clear and reasoned recommendations/decisions
Demonstrates knowledge of and applies principles, practices and procedures of wireless communications industry
Ability to relocate based on potential location of final rotation assignment
Section 4Previous Telecommunications or wireless industry experience preferred
Previous Internship with U.S. Cellular Preferred
U.S. Cellular is an EEO employer and gives consideration to qualified applicants without regard to race/color/age/religion/sex/sexual orientation/gender identity/national origin/disability/veteran status, pregnancy or genetic information.