Title: Traffic Engineering / Regulated Services Engineer
Location: Devver, CO
Duration: 1+ Year
Need only USC/ GC and H1B
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Building a next-gen 5G network to disrupt the wireless industry and fuel innovation in transportation, health care, education, sustainability, city management, and agriculture.
We’re driven by curiosity, pride, adventure, and a desire to win – and we’re looking for people with boundless energy, intelligence, and an overwhelming need to achieve. Join us as we embark on our greatest adventure of all.
DISH Wireless is seeking an experienced team of Regulatory Engineers to drive the regulation efforts to ensure a successful deployment of Dish’s 5G Wireless Network. The Regulated Services Team will provide a deeper understanding of Telecommunication networks and articulate the key traffic issues within network core and customer experience. Team members will have deep understanding of voice and Switched PSTN Voice Call Flows, and a full range of features and functions of network operations, including long distance/toll calling, international, E911, toll-free, CALEA, and related recommend network architecture, requirements and specifications for mobile voice traffic. Team members will have working knowledge of voice and signaling protocols including SIP and SS7, industry standards and associated requirements. DISH intends to work with 3rd parties to provide voice services, hence this team will also be responsible for performing detailed evaluations of service providers' capabilities and performance.
Primary responsibilities include (but may vary as needed):
Contract length: 12 months
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Pay: $50.00 - $60.00 per hour
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