At epic we are driven by autonomy, efficiency, and innovation, as we believe that these elements pave the way to epic craft! We empower our employees to work on things that they are passionate about. You will not just be joining; you will be adding!
We pride ourselves on delivering Great Network for Great Value to our customers and we do so through focusing on the customer, collaborating as one team.
The Radio Networks Team are responsible for the design, commissioning, optimisation and end-to-end quality of Epic mobile radio and access networks which has been awarded multiple best network awards. As a radio network engineer you will have the opportunity to contribute towards the further development of Epic mobile and access network whilst working on next generation wireless technologies.
- Responsible for the design and planning of indoor distributed antenna systems for indoor coverage improvement.
- Performing radio site surveys and link budget planning for both new radio site integration and/or radio site relocation
- Manage drive testing campaigns and conduct drive test data analysis with the aim of optimising radio network quality.
- Carry out troubleshooting of network quality complaints
- Define and/or adapt processes and procedures for RF engineering tasks
- Assist in the budget preparation and procurements for all aspects related to indoor radio network design
- Liaise with other teams in order to carry out the support function
Core Competencies, Knowledge and Experience
- MQF Level 6 / 7 in Engineering or ICT
- General understanding of Networking and Telecommunications.
- An analytical approach coupled with strong organisational and communication skills
- Eager to learn and expand knowledge through both class based and on the job training
- Be a team player and ready to work under pressure without supervision
- Valid driving license
- 1-2 years of work experience in a network engineering capacity.
- Knowledge of RF related concepts as applied to mobile radio network design together with a good knowledge of radio propagation modelling will be considered an asset