Fwd: Όποιος θέλει - work in Qatar?

rkwesk at freemail.gr rkwesk at freemail.gr
Tue Oct 4 12:47:31 EEST 2011

Ο Andy είναι φίλος που είναι χρόνια εκεί.



From: Richard Kweskin
Subject: Fw: Want to work in Qatar?
To: rkwesk
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On Tue, 9/13/11, Andy Fletcher <andy παπάκι x31 τελεία com> wrote:

The Telecommunications department of the Qatar Ministry of Interior is
looking for two Linux/Unix geeks to work on and support the following=
systems: TETRA LTE LAN Services and Servers Private WAN (Microwave and Fibre)

Successful applicants should have a good subset of the following
skills and experience:

Core: Linux/Unix system administration Server virtulisation
Networking (Cisco, Juniper a definite advantage)
TETRA, public safety LTE/3G, IMS Applications support Application development and integration Programming languages and scripting System monitoring and performance analysis Keeping networks running! Supporting LAN users

Relevant degree qualification

Useful: Microwave links IP based Telephony (SCCP, H323, MGCP,=0A> SIP)
SMSC Ticketing systems SDH, PDH=0A MPLS

Deep understanding of TCP/IP stack Digital CCTV systems SAN

The department has about 150 staff of which about 50% are technical.
You will be joining a small team who will be directly involved in supporting
the deployment of LTE and other communications networks. The ability to come up with good ideas and execute them is essential. Working language is English (Arabic a definite bonus).

Salary is reasonable and tax free. Accommodation will be provided for you and your family. 45 days leave a year plus normally 2 x 10days for Eid and
the odd national holiday. Return flight to your home country for you and your
dependants each year. Start date would be before the end of this year.

If you are interested please contact andy παπάκι x31 τελεία com with your
CV, availability and expected salary. First come first served :-)

regards Andy


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