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     Date Submitted:10-06-2019
     Last Modified:16-09-2019 (09:51)
    Job information
     Current job:Network Project Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsGround stations, Service provisioning, Network and Teleport Project Managing, Service delivery and scheduling.

    Curriculum Vitae


    Personal information




    Date of birth

    6th of June 1985

    Occupational  field

     Satellite communication (Telecommunications)

    Work experience


    Name and address of employer

    ABS Global LTD (Bahrain Teleport)

    Type of business or sector

    Telecommunications(Satellite Operator)


    Nov-2018 to date

    Occupation or position held

    Network Project Manager

    Main Activities and Responsibilities

    Project management of in-house and customer service delivery projects. Scheduling and controlling the delivery of services with Account management team. Sales team support to manage RFPs and solution design.



       Satellite Services and customer Migration

    Customer services migration of ABS-7 satellite EOL(end of life)

    Feasibility and analysis of services

    Risk analysis and Migration Assessment

    Migration proposal

    Project communication

    Implementation and control of Project

    Day to day follow up with internal stake holders and teams

    Delivery within Due date.

    Project reporting.

    Teleport services Migration

    Migration of active services from Hong Kong teleport to Subic teleport Philippines

    Assessment of existing services

    Analysis and feasibility of Migration

    Initiating and planning of Project

    Costing and approvals

    Scope of Works for migration

    Communication management between customer and sales account managers.


    Day to day follow up with internal stake holders and teams

    Accountability of key milestones and meeting deadlines

    Project reporting



    Weekly reporting to the ESVP on progress and updates of project and operation

    Holding weekly meetings with internal teams for service delivery updates and discussions.

    RFP preparation support and follow up

    Proposing and implementing Project process

    Drafting Scope documents for RFPs and Projects







    18-Oct-2012 to Nov-2018

    Occupation or position held

    Senior GSS Engineer

    Main activities and Responsibilities

    Network operations/ Services, Teleport installation/ maintenance, TT&C Ground station support and configuration. Operating on ABS-3a, ABS-7, ABS2, ABS2a, for C, Ku, Ka Band.

    Teleport Installation and operations/ Project Installations, Project Management



    Bahrain Teleport installation project

    Ground station installation: 16.4m Vertex C band, 4.9m ASC Ka band, 4.6m Andrew Ku band, Tracking system, Downlink and uplink Redundancy systems.

    Project planning and resource management


    Data centre Layout design

    RF planning

    IFL planning and implementation

    Over all system Migration planning and handover

      Dubai Teleport installation project

    Ground Station installation: 5.6m ASC DBS band, 3.7m Prodelin dual band, 3m TVROs

    RF and IFL planning

    Indonesia Teleport Migration project

          Installation and commissioning of 11m C band Ground station, Tracking, downlink and uplink system

    Maldives Project

          Installation commissioning and testing of 4.6m Andrew antenna

    Ethiopia Project

          Alignment and troubleshooting of 7.2m antenna (Customer support)

    Bangladesh Project

         Commissioning of 4.6m Andrew antenna DBS band, tracking system installation, RF system     optimization (Customer Support)


    Engineering Documentation:

    ES (Earth station) System overview

    ES System Schematics

    ES System Levels

    Antenna System dashboard

    Complete RF System calibrations, Equipment calibration

    Other Activities:

    Shipment handling

    RMA processing and handling

    Preventive maintenance of overall system


    Name and address of employer

    ABS Global Ltd./ Islamabad Teleport (Pakistan)

    Type of business or sector

    Telecommunications(Satellite Operator)


    15th Feb 2010- to 17-Oct-2012

    Occupation or position held

    Operations and support consultant Engineer

    Main activities and Responsibilities


    Installation, configuring the VSAT main terminal and NOC equipment at Islamabad teleport, monitoring and trouble-shooting the overall network at NOC(for Motorized Dish Antennas and ACUs for Inclined Orbit Satellite


    Overall ground station operations at ABS Islamabad Teleport.

    Operations monitoring & tracking of inclined orbit satellite.

    Conducting antenna verification procedures, cross pol isolation, compression test and Pattern test.

    Implementation of Link budget & power calibration.

    Point to point SCPC, i-Direct link test with customers.

    Provide Online Technical support to end user.

    Installation & Troubleshooting of Motorized Antennas.

    Remote Trouble shooting.

    Monitoring of all running equipment inside & outside of Pakistan via web interface & software.

    Correspondence/ Follow up with Management & customers on unresolved issues.



        Engineering documentation:

    Network diagrams

    Service Checklists

    Weekly and Monthly Operations reports.

    Name and address of employer

    Comstar ISA Ltd. , House # 428, Street # 1, I-8/4 Islamabad Pakistan

    Type of business or sector

    Telecommunication (VSAT service provider)


    24th Sep 2007 – 19th Jan 2010

    Occupation or position held

    System Support Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities


    Installation, Commissioning, Troubleshooting, configuration and Monitoring of Radio (microwave LOS), and Satellite (VSAT,SCPC) equipment, also performing surveys and preparing survey reports

    Installation and Troubleshooting of RF, Microwave P-to-P and VSAT (SCPC, MCPC, IFM and i-Direct 3000/5000 series) links.

    As a team lead, I installed more than 100 sites in northern areas and in Punjab under PITB (Punjab information Technology board) project.

    Basic Site survey for different types of link installation.

    Different types of link shifting.

    Documentation of all equipment installed at customer premises.

    Product Technical knowledge.

    Perform online Troubleshooting at remote sites.

    Maintenance of LAN, PC’s and Laptops with software’s up gradation in office.

    Testing of new products and prepare their performance reports.

    Correspondence with clients and other departments through online complain management system.

    Education and training





    Sept 2003- Sept 2007

    Title of qualification awarded

    BS in Electronics Engineering

    Principal subjects/occupational skills covered


    - Final Year Project/Thesis:  GRC (GSM remote Control) for mobile Vehicular Robot


    Name and type of organisation providing education

    International Islamic University, Islamabad Pakistan (IIUI)

    CGPA and Percentage

    2.99/4.00 , 71.20%




    28th August 2016- 31st August 2016

    Title of Training

    iDirect Advanced IOM Course

    Area of Training/ Work Description

    Advanced Concepts for the Installation, Operation and Maintenance of iDirect HUB and VSAT Products

    Name of organization providing training

    iDirect- Middle east


    19th April 2016- 23rd April 2016

    Title of Training

    NeuralStar & Services Quality Manager Administration

    Area of Training/ Work Description

    NeuralStar Network Management plant form and product management and operations.

    Name of organization providing training

    Kratos Networks


    4st August 2009- 12th August 2009

    Title of Training

    PLC Training Workshop

    Area of Training/ Work Description

    Introduction and Hands on training on PLCs, using and application of PLCs in Automotive systems

    Name of organization providing training

    NIE(National Institute of Electronics)



    Personal skills and competences


    Mother tongue(s)

    Urdu, Punjabi

    Other language(s)


    Social skills and competences

    During the university time I was an active member in organizing different type of workshops and lectures.

    During job I have to interact with different type of customers, this developed diverse regional understanding, social and communication skill.

    Technical skills and competences

    Served as a member of R&D wing in BLUE (Binding Linkage for the Unity

            of Engineers) society in IIUI (International Islamic University Islamabad). 

    -      PLC (Programmable Logic Control), Assembly Language and Router Switch configuration.


    Computer skills and competences

    Knowledge of MS Project, MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint).


    Additional information


    Uplink Systems: Xicom, CPI Auto redundancy system Installation and Operation.

    Earth Stations: ViaSat, Vertex, NWIEE, ASC Signals (Andrew), China Star, Prodelin, Comsat RSI

    16.4m Cband, 13m Cband, 9m Cband, 11m Ku, 9.3m Kuband, 9m, 7.2m, 5.6m, 4.6m, 4.9m, 3.8m

    Ethernet Bridges: (Wi-Lan Ultima-3 RD, Ultima-3 ER, Ultima-3 SR, VIP 110-24, AFAR, Orthogon 5.8)

    Satellite Modems/Equipments: Link Sat, Datum, Comtech CDM-570L, i-Direct 3000 /5000 infinity & X3 Evolution series, Newtec EL-470 IP Satellite Modem, Newtec AZ110 Broadcast satellite Modulator, Tandberg SM6615 Modulator, Comtech CMR-5790 DVB S2 Receiver),Comtech 570L, Comtech MBT 40W, TWTA’s Xicom 400W,750W, Agilis SSPA 40W/100W,

    Satellite Beacon Receivers: (ASC300, SSC 3430-L)

    Spectrum Analyzer:  Agilent / Hewlett Packard 8594E, LPT-3000

    Antenna Control Unit:  Andrew APC300 Step track, Space Star 9220S, RC 2000C, Vertex RSI

    Satellite Bands used: Ku band, C band, Ka band, S band


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