E911 Engineer Job

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Salary period: Annual
E911 Engineer needed for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Greenwood Village, CO.
Top Skills You Should Possess:
- Experience with 911 from end to end.
- Experience with planning, discovery, design, and testing/certification of E911 network
What You'll Be Doing:
- Responsible for the day-to-day design, planning, and management of telephony transport and network functions, including tasks related to; transport planning management, design, forecast, diagram/drawing creation, and capacity management and control; network diversity planning, network maintenance, routing, mapping, capacity/traffic issue resolutions, and cost/budget adherence.
- Responsible for planning, discovery, design, and testing/certification of E911 network.
- Ensures contact with PSAPs to discover network termination requirements, contact information, and routing needs.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
- Possesses advanced-to-expert working knowledge of telephony principles for the PE Sustained Engineering functions for which they are assigned to support, as well as strong working knowledge of all functional disciplines within the PE Sustained Engineering department, including capacity management, translations and routing, code administration, ordering and test and turn-up.
Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications:
- MetaSolv experience is strongly preferred
What's In It For You?
- This is going to look great on your resume!
Apply Now!
Recruiter: Ryan Kronberger
Yoh, a Day & Zimmermann company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Click here to contact us if you are an individual with a disability and require accommodation in the application process.
Enterprise: IT & Telecom

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