Techncial Engineer (Former Employee), Overland Park, KS – November 21, 2013
Provide 3rd-level technical support for the Sprint Nortel Periphonics’ key CTX and Cantata (Dialogic) IATF platforms, monitoring overall performance daily in order to document and address/resolve any issues affecting client service. Track spare equipment and create procedures for repair and replacement. Prepare materials for training and system administration. – more... Deliver presentations to upper management on platform progress and existing/potential problems. – less
Integration Specialist (Current Employee), Москва, CEN – October 2, 2013
Pros: good working atmosphere, nice people, continuous professional growth
My work includes extensive business trips to different customer locations. I started in 2000 as a field engineer and my main responsibility was deployment of PSTN switches, network equipment, upgrades of SW, HW works and network troubleshooting.
Currently I do IP/MPLS network deployments, GSM/UMTS network elements commissioning and customer support.
There – more... is a good culture of sharing professional knowledge in Alcatel-Lucent, so I could always rely on my colleagues and they could rely on me.
The most hardest part of my job is a psychological pressure during night works on life telecom equipment. Any mistake during such work could lead to a traffic loss and serious complains from the customer.
The most enjoyable part of my job is traveling. Visiting customer sites I meet new people, discover nice cities and countries.
Alcatel-Lucent allays supported me in my profession growth. During my employment years here I attended many courses, workshops and on-job trainings in Canada, Germany, France and Belgium. – less
Installer/Technician (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – September 5, 2013
Pros: good pay and benifits
Cons: travel out of town
I was very forunate to work for great companies. My experience was varied and over all I was happy with my employment. Starting a day meant planning the job assigned to you. Making sure it was correctly installed for our customer. I learned how to install equipment from specs and drawings and to direct other employees. Management was always available – more... when I had a problem. Most of my co workers had the same goal as myself ,to install a good job. I had to travel and this was the most difficut part of my job. It was always enjoyable when my job went in good, which was most of the time – less
Business Development Manager (Former Employee), Westford, MA – September 5, 2013
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with talented people toward a common goal. Everyone trying to help the company succeed. The hardest part was the constant churn of the organizational structure without clear vision and the resulting on-going reduction in force.
Wireless Technology Trainer (Current Employee), Naperville, IL – August 22, 2013
These company allowed employees to grow and experience other job opportunities within the company. The environments allowed people to continue their education. These company also believed in teamwork and leadership growth. The hardest part of the job was losing good employees to layoffs.