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     Date Submitted:04-12-2013
     Last Modified:04-12-2013 (07:49)
    Job information
     Current job:Senior network engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
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    PREFERRED JOB

    Network engineering

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    03 September 2002 – Present

    Senior network engineer on site

    Inmarsat plc
    99 City Road London EC1Y 1AX, EC1Y 1AX London EC1Y 1AX (UK)
    http://www.inmarsat.com/

    Expertise on GPRS/UMTS Core Network Ericsson equipment: MSC, HLR, GGSN/SGSN, BGw, SOG, OSS-RC.
     

    Air Interface monitoring on Hughes and Cobham systems BSC / BTS.
     

    SLA monitoring and auditing report.
     

    Traffic analysis.
     

    Low traffic activities and on call support.
     

    Managing the day to day technical activities reporting to the HQ.
     

    FAT/SAT of new system projects.

    Responsible for operations of two Tx antennas U/L Cband and Lband payload, with third one coming in Ka band.
     

     

    Business or sector Network telecommunications

    03 July 2000 – 02 September 2002

    NOC Manager

    Orbit
    Via R. Costi, Roma (Italy)

    Managing all the TX RX activities to satellite (ARABSAT 3A, 6 Xps C,K and Ku band).
     

    Participated on the responsibility for Conditional Access System management and operation
     

    Overall responsibility for DVB platform and DTH delivery of services via satellite.
     

    Specified and negotiated the delivery of two ground stations providing Orbit’s broadcast uplink requirements.
     

    Overall responsibility for the operation & maintenance of Orbit’s uplink and TVRO facilities.
     

    Overall responsibility for the Network Operations Centre, which is the central point for all operational aspects of the broadcast platform, a team of 14 technicians busy on the day to day operations.
     

    Responsible for the aspects of satellite planning and coordination, space and ground segment contracts, and the Intelsat acceptance of two Tx antenna.Specified and negotiated the delivery of fibre optic network to facilitate a contribution network from the USA and Europe into Orbit’s Rome facility reducing contribution costs by 50% p/a

    Business or sector NOC manager satellite DVB TV

    01 November 1993 – 01 September 2002

    Conditional Access expert and Tx/Rx sat operations manager

    ART Tv
    67050 Avezzano (Italy)

    Look after the CA system (Irdeto, Seca2, and Nagravision) Unix OS servers.
     

    Satellite Uplink and Downlink responsible

    Acquired knowledge on managing a Tx station with 6 HPA (Ku and C band) and an antenna farm of about 40 Tx/Rx dishes.

    Worked with base band Video/Audio signals Philips and NDS MPEG2 systems.

    Business or sector satellite DVB TV

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

     

    01 September 1983 – 30 June 1987

    diploma maturita' scientifica

    V. Pollione

    30 June 1992

    diploma istituto tecnico industriale

    Istituto tecnico ind.le per le telecomunicazioni E. Majorana

    03 November 1988 – 19 July 1994

    University degree Engineering

    La sapienza, rome (Italy)

     

    PERSONAL SKILLS

     

    Mother tongue(s)

    italian

    Other language(s)

    English, Spanish

    Communication skills

    Good communication skills, both verbal and written, proven ability to work and collaborate across project teams both internally and externally, able to be resourceful seeking continuous improvement, and accountable for delivering tactical solutions whilst keeping the corporate strategy in mind especially when developing systems and supporting operations.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    Over 17 years of satellite industry experience in operations, design and implementation.
     

    Executive level manager of multinational work force, experienced in all levels of satellite television broadcast.

    Experienced as advisor to Exec management and board; providing technical proposals.

    Job-related skills

    Participated on the responsibility for Conditionsl Access System management and operation
     

    Overall responsibility for DVB platform and DTH delivery of services via satellite.
     

    Expertise on GPRS/UMTS Core Network Ericsson equipment: MSC, HLR, GGSN/SGSN, BGw, SOG, OSS-RC.
     

    Air Interface monitoring on Hughes and Thrane&Thrane systems BSC / BTS.
     

    Low traffic activities and on call support.Managing the day to day activities

    Computer skills

    SUN certified on Solaris 9 for Unix Sys administrator Intermediate and Advanced.
     

    Shell script programming in Unix and Linux env.Linux/C++ programming.
     

    CCNA certification ongoing scheduled for March 2014.

    Driving licence

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