RF Engineer II is responsible for performing moderately complex RF engineering activities supporting the design, development and optimization of a wireless network. Responsibilities include: performing radio propagation modeling and prediction to determine cell site location, determining equipment and power configurations, forecasting channel capacity requirements, planning and optimizing system traffic and developing design standards to ensure system quality. May provide some training assistance to lower level engineers. Responsible for conducting moderately complex network system administration and design engineering activities to maximize network capacity. Performs engineering functions related to interconnect equipment and facilities, signaling systems, switches and traffic. Responsible for independently performing professional engineering assignments in functional area which involves the planning, evaluation and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures and criteria. Bachelors Degree in Engineering or equivalent. 2-4 years related work experience.
RF II for Columbus OH market. Work location identified in Columbus (may allow remote work location within Columbus area)Driving position Candidate must be eligible to work in the US. Needs to be experienced with Atoll, MapInfo and site selection basics. Additional requirements:Create/Complete SCIP Approval,RFDS, NST, CIQ forms to support new and existing site designs and upgrades, Perform site walks/drive tests for pre-construction SINR verification, and recommend macro site changes if needed. Perform site walks/drive tests for post on-air stability, and prep to hand-off for optimization work.