The successful candidate will perform debug on procedures on various types of telecommunication equipment with or without documentation and schematics.
Duties Will Include:
- Adept at trouble shooting, debug and repair of sub-standard assemblies with limited documentation at the card or FRU (field replaceable unit level) on component level.
Have a strong knowledge basis of managing and debugging to the chip level, an least one of the following Nortel or other OEM platform types on:
Qualifications:Formal Education and Training:
- Optical – strong basis of microwave RF and optical theory and its application.
- Central Office Switching (Voice, Media, and Signaling gateways) and grasp of IP/ATM/FR protocols.
- Nortel DMS core and series I, II, and III peripherals that include (CM, MS, ENET, LTC, DTC, LCM, TM, SPM, SDM, LIM, LIS).
- Nortel based MG9000 media gateways cards (control, DS1, BITS, POTS) to the chip level including Utopia, Latice, and Xylinx chip sets and architectures.
- Knowledge of hi-level software and low-level (firmware) and how it applies to logic circuits and shared peripherals.
- Knowledge of JTAG and BDM (Background Debug Mode interface for embedded systems) and how it applies to logic circuits for programming and debugging.
- Knowledge of analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, controllers, PIC controllers, CPLDs, FPGAs and its implementation.
- Electronic Engineering Technologist Diploma or
- Bachelor’s Degree (Electronic Engineering, Telecom).
Other Skills and Abilities:
- 4-5 years relevant work experience with electronic assembly and design exposure within the telecom industry.
- Ability to interpret schematic drawings and production documents.
- Contribute to the development of process and procedural documents.
- Ability to relate well with others in a team based environment.
- Health and Safety conscious.
- Knowledge of function and application of various related test equipment.
- Autonomous self starter.