Proficient in functions of GSM cellular network elements, call processing protocols and authentication procedures
Involved in testing and approval of Mobile handsets, Field tested GSM mobile phone in the Network.
Thorough knowledge of GSM based network, Logical and Physical Channels, Forward and Reverse link, Power Control, Mobile parameters, Call Processing, Handoff Analysis, Dropped Call Analysis
Extensive experience in testing of Call processing, SMS,
SS7 Protocol stack, Message units, MTP, ISUP, SCCP. interfaces between MSC and BSC, Protocol analyzer
Performed Fault Management, Performance Management, Configuration Management and System Management of various network elements using Nokia NMS (T12).
Monitored the Cellular network through Nokia NMS (NMS-T12) and taking the corrective actions.
Activated various Performance Management Measurements in the Network Element (s) GSM MSC/GSM BSS (Base Station Sub-System) and generated reports.
Generated various reports using Nokia post-processing for Cellular Radio Network as the RF-planning request for the analysis of the network performance.
As a MSC/BSS Engineer:
Performed acceptance testing of Nokia DX200 Network Element MSC/HLR
Operations & Maintenance of NOKIA DX200 GSM Network Elements that includes (NSS/BSS) & Nokia NMS.
Performed Fault Management, Performance Management, Configuration Management and System Management of various network elements using Nokia NMS (T12).
Established Signaling connections between T
> i learned many things from the company.
> there are many automation test equipment's.
> i feel happy to work with teem .
> nice sport each and every one.
> for me it is first company.
>Providing technical support to the testing team during new product testing and qualification it before releasing for mass production.
>Closely monitoring and reducing Manufacturing Failure Rate (MFR).
>Identifying the productive ways in which test cycle times can be reduced.
>Validating the Customer Software’s and reporting the feedback to them.
>Providing tester-based data collection to the testing team for initial data analysis and improve test plan for the product testing.
>Taken part in NPI (New Product Introduction) and LV (Line Verification)
>Updating the software files, class drivers which are used for testing the device.
>Design of Barcodes and Maintenance of Zebra Barcode Printers.
>Recorded/Follow-up the Calibration activity for all the equipment.
>Developing Tester & Jigs for the new Products (In circuit Testing & Functional Testing).
>System level testing.
>Preventive maintenance of all the testing machines which comes under the line.
>Recommending and implementing new solutions to improve the process(by actively participating in the kaizens and projects)
>Co-ordinating team of technicians for Line setups and conversions.
>Installing & Maintaining PC’s for a better Production Output.
>Maintenance of Test Inventory.
>Knowledge in Manufacturing Process and
Learning and knowledge sharing being the essential part and great environment and employee oriented Organization
Its fun to be in office, as we team members have a great understanding about the role and goal we need to achieve. The learning has been enormous as we end of the day share our experiences and queries that we received individual with our peer group to ensure we are all in the same page and convey the information accurately, by doing this though we have handled queries we have gained the knowledge of answering 50 queries by sharing this experience as a team.we help each other in updating process and policies.Management was a lively group, allowed new creative ideas wherever possible. I have personally learned to embrace Change -as change is the only constant element in any organisation for moving to next level.Great environment and place to be associated with.There is no major hardest part of the job as we always discuss with peer group and escalate wherever necessary to the next level to make decisions. The most enjoyable part was the atmosphere and colleagues around was lively and understanding colleagues.
• Responsible for complete Assembly Line.
• Planning, leading. Organizing and controlling of the assembly line with 40 operators based on the plan targeted by the production team.
• Responsible for the Process and production of assembling. (Desktops)
• Good Exposure and knowledge in Acer Desktop, Servers
• Responsible for supervising and monitoring the most crucial operation in production.
• Solving the Technical issues in production, Technical problem escalation to vendor and solution implementation..to production ,
• Conducting the technical training the production team ,
• Validating & conducting the Line trails on New products – PCB items (mbds, memory, add-on cards etc.), peripherals (CDROM, Hard disk, scanner, printer etc.). I.e. benchmarking the new products before mass production.
• Validating and testing of new release of Bios, Drivers, Microsoft updates (MS updates, service pack etc.) before going to take production.
• Escalating the tech. issues / line holds to Vendor & tech. entity,
• Developing & marinating of Production Department
• Dealing properly for preventive and corrective action is taken in timely basis by coordinating with support staff.
The review is for Alcatel-Lucent which has been recently acquired by NOKIA. And specific to The BU where I had significant tenure.
The technical qualification of the engineers is very good. Some of the engineers own patents to their names and has created tools for improved performance at various technical levels and highly proactive.
The leadership is poor, mostly the vertical leader ship is because of the effect of Halo. which causes significant chaos in team.
Cross functional communication and coordination is not at all well drafted.
Very less project management knowledge and implementation.
Salary revision is at par with company performance in the market.
Very good job security.
Job rotation is poor as the internal job selection is mostly based on leadership comfort level about the choice of the candidate.
Over all. The performance is good as most of the RnD is operated under agile way.
The horizontal technical leadership is very helpful and decisive.
ProsExcellent Work life Balance, excellent Engineering knowledge.
ConsDirection less leadership because of lack of management skills and Halo affect.
• Managing all Payment, expense, assets of company and analysis report to Sr. Manager
• Handle Cash Vouchers/Cash checking; deal with Payments to suppliers/contractors
• Identified TDS, Service Tax, Vat, and apply and deduction.
• Ensuring uploading of payments files generated by system on Bank website on a daily basis
• Maintaining masters of all Vendors in the system
• To Solve Market issue from Operation.
• Analyze and settle Accounts Payable and Receivables, conduct Variance Analysis.
• Managing Work process of A/c department, and checking all accounts finance report.
• Preparing Accounting Books by Tally 9 like, Purchase, Sales Journal, contra. P/L & Balance-sheet.
• Analyze Balance Sheet, P & L Accounts and prepair Trial balance at year end.
• Follow-up and collect the outstandings from the clients.
• Monthly Reconciliation of Branch and Head Office Account.
• Liaise with external and statutory auditors and tax consultant.
• Handle VAT TDS Service Tax.
• Arranging of Bank/Corporate Guarantees, High Sea Sales Agreements.
• Receipt Payment ,Journal Entry, Purchase, Sales, contra.
Good Facilities, Fun workplace, Best Company for beginners
- Generating reports, passing it to contractors (in EMEA), meetings with EMEA stakeholders, mailing, playing role of SME, providing training to members, responsible for implementation & overall execution of the project
- I have learned lot of things from this company like team Management, Result Oriented, Collaborative, Ability to shoulder multiple responsibilities, Positive attitude & Adaptability, Flexibility of approach, Good interpersonal & analytical skills
- Peer group is very helpful, motivating, appreciating
- At the start of quarter : making sources and all project documents available to contractor to avoid their idle time & at the end quarter : Completing project without any quality issue before the deadline
- We usually enjoy during database closure (i.e. at the end of quarter we get week off from our hectic schedule)
Proscan build your skillset as i mentioned in above summary, leaves gets easily approved sometimes, supportive peer group
Consovertime, tremandeous pressure, communication gap in managers
I start the day before: anything pending at the end of the day takes priority first thing in the morning, after daily am tasks and meeting with my supervisor. Then I follow through with the tasks needed to be done that day, as well as anything else that comes up. By the end of the day, I make up a to-do list for tomorrow, clean up my desk, and set out the pending things next to my list to tackle them first thing in the morning.
I learned to be dependable and reliable.There was nothing in my prior position that I found overly difficult.There were a number of things I liked best about that job. I enjoyed the level of open and direct communication. This moved things along quickly and few things were left unsaid. This meant that people had to detach themselves from the topic and not take comments personally or make personal comments. It was always about solving the business problems. Another thing I liked was your ability to learn new things and take on more responsibility.
In Telecom every day is a new day. Every day we face new challenge, every day we learn something new something creative. Overall their is no end of Learning.
A Typical Day: How i can forget that evening when Earth quack comes in Sikkim. That time i was at Gangtok. I seen people asking for help and that day i really really understand why network availability is so necessary not only for business purpose but how useful and needful at the time of Disaster. To restore my all network at Hills i worked 2days and 2 nights without sleep and food. just to help as many people as i can in rescue mission and missing people.
Management always ready to Give support and for moral bust.
Co-Workers so Helpful, Friendly, Fun loving that really nice.
Hardest Part of the Job???? I walked 40km on Hills to restore sites, Swim ed 2km to restore site so i don't think there is any Hardest Part in Job.
I love my work, so i enjoy my each and every moment of my work with my co-workers.
• Handling more than 100 operators ( Assembly Line )
• Monitoring the production process, achieving the target,
maintaining Quality Standards.
• Implementing Lean Production by eliminating the wastes.
• Handling New Product Implementation (NPI).
• Working out on Line Balancing by taking time study and
thereby eliminating Non Value Added activities. Redefining the
process and setting Standard Operating procedures with IE.
• Taking up projects to go in hand with the Factory metrics.
CAPA closure with Quality analysis.
• Reviewing the performance of subordinates and tracking their
competencies and provide leadership and development as
required to achieve the objectives.
• 5S, Poka yoke, Kaizen, 7 types of Waste, SMED.
• JIT, WIP, FIFO, Kanban system, SAP, OEE.
• Time Study, LOB, Process flow, PDCA.
• 7 QC tools, 8D concept, CAPA, AQL, Dock Audit. TQ
• 4M, FMEA, PPAP, SOP, TS 16949 & Poke Yoke
Even though I have not changed companies since college, I have worked for ATT Bell Labs, Lucent, and Alcatel-Lucent. Each company and exec leadership has been both exciting and challenging to work for. ATT Bell Labs paid for my master's degree and provided me the initial confidence that would be the cornerstone of my career. Lucent gave me opportunities to grow from a sw development engineer to a vendor manager to a low level board sw and diagnostic manager. I managed upto 25 engineers as a sw development manager. I was also exposed to hw as the sw my team developed was the board support packages and diagnostics. I was given the opportunity and challenge to lead the cross functional and organizational team to develop next gen internal communications core. This project was developed on-time with no major issues during initial deployment. The project had a $10M and 66 headcount budget. I had to work with 3rd party suppliers, customers to get this project done. I had an excellent team also. I then moved to Product Management and oversaw global portfolios serving customers worldwide. Alcatel-Lucent also gave me unique opportunities. I was my business lead to ensure compliance to US government mandated requirement that if not met resulted in the disolving of the Alcatel-Lucent merger. I was asked to lead the release planning and life cycle execution for my business. I was asked to lead the transformation activities for my business from waterfall to agile, from intern
Prosdedicated management and engineers, invaluable experience and skills, wonderful peers, free master's degree on campus at the college of my choice
Consconstant layoffs, no strategic vision or oversight, inequity in pay and leveling, long days and nights
I am Responsible for creating and cascading implementable plans to ensure future business success. Designs & implements planning practices and provides thorough executive analyses and recommendations for strategic and operational decisions.
I Plan test activities such as exploratory testing and Memory leak test camp also allocate specific functions and review tasks and prepare the daily progress Report and Test Completion report as and when required.
Helping marketing with setting up the devices for event photo-shoot, demo and installing and maintaining the latest software build, also taking care of proto management by creating and maintaining database for all the devices.
•I create, maintain and update test cases in accordance with new or updated functionality
•I am responsible for mentoring the new joiner.
•I provide valuable information, including connection logs and configurations for developers
•I provide daily summery report and defects status to the team leader / manager
•I assist the test team with work allocation and resolving issues
•I work closely with application developers throughout the product life cycle
•I have worked with Nokia owned Java Automated test tool such as TCK, JSR, JBenchmark, Codenomicon (Test Java apps and regression testing)
•I have maintained test scripts for ART 2 test tool using Python scripts
•I have involved in performance Testing, Usability Testing, Scalability / Stress Testing, Memory leak Testing and Exploratory Testing.
•I have been
Prospension, free lunch, team events, health care, free phones, car, accommodation
Bom Ambiente, Muito trabalho para os cargos mais baixos, Remuneração Baixa.
A Nokia aparece como uma das grandes empresas das telecomunicações a nível global mas nas posições mais baixas. como eu: Alarm Monitoring \ Fault Management as coisas não são assim tão grandiosas.
Num dia normal o trabalho pode ser em grandes volumes ou não dependo da hora do dia ou das equipas. A minha experiência é a de grande volume de trabalho pela quantidade de mini-projectos que passam pela minha equipa. A responsabilidade e volume de trabalho são demais para o que recebemos especialmente ao fim de anos de trabalho não recompensados. O stress que pode haver e as preocupações são simplesmente de mais para quem de nós realmente se importa com o trabalho que temos.
Posto isto o meu local de trabalho é agradável. Não temos ninguém com um chicote para nos fazer trabalhar mais rápido, os colegas de trabalho são pessoas com quem nos podemos dar bem e não estamos presos ás cadeiras. Pelo que podemos fazer pausas com alguma regularidade e descontrair um pouco. Quanto baste claro. A Nokia parecendo que não é, também, uma escola dependendo do projecto em que a pessoa é inserida. Podendo aprender muito ou praticamente nada, é apenas preciso ter sorte.
Em termos de Gestão do sitio e dos trabalhadores, sinceramente é feita para maximizar os lucros ás custas das equipas mais baratas que ficam, normalmente, sobrecarregadas. E as perspectivas de subir de cargo ou sair destas equipas são praticamente nulas pois estão sempre a trabalhar com pessoal a menos e o LM's recusam-se a
Pros- Ambiente, - Colegas, - Flexibilidade de Pausas, -Almoço a 1, 50€ com sopa, prato principal e sobremesa
Cons-Salário Baixo para Alta carga de trabalho e responsabilidade, -Sem\Poucas perspectivas de subir de cargo ou de aumentos de benefícios
Installation Project Manager | Plano, TX | 18 Sept 2012
Job was challenging and I enjoyed the travel aspect of it.
It was a very enjoyable work. It started with meeting with the Project Manager who gave out a job order detailing what was to be done and in what city, paying particular attention to the timeline when the project should be completed. I would then make an order from the warehouse of all the items I would need for the project and tell them when to ship the items to the work location. I would then call the sub-contracting company that would do the installation and give them the details about the job and the number of workers I would need for the project. Project duration depended on what equipment was being installed. Some took two weeks, others two months.
I would fly to the job site before the start date to take inventory of all the items needed for the completion of the job.
Work generally started at the site around 5pm in order not to interfere with the other workers, since this was an office environment and our work sometimes involved a lot of hammering. Many a time we would be forced to create holes in concrete or brick walls to run the cables through. This was a hard call because the host did not like their walls being blown, but we made sure the demolition and patching was done professionally to their satisfaction. I wrote a daily report on the progress of the work and forwarded it to the Project Manager.
Once the switching equipments were installed, I then troubleshot it to make sure it was working properly, commissioned it, taught the customer how to work it and then h
Prossatisfaction of seeing the project successful
Conssome sub-contract workers who did not have good work ethics, warehouse sending wrong parts, would cause delay in the completion of the project.
Being a traffic editor at Nokia may be the most under appreciated but overworked departments in the company. You are expected to work off hours, no holidays, no normal weekends (unless you magically get Saturday/Sunday as your off days), no half days, and if you want to take any time off you have to use your own PTO as there are no office closings or work from home options. If it snows 2 feet of snow overnight you are still expected to show up to work even if it means driving on unplowed, whited out roads, which has happened quite a few times this winter.
The job itself is a joke. Most zones covered are not very active so early in the morning or overnights. Yet start times still are as early as 4am or as late as 11pm. The pay is not great considering the off schedule and personal toll the off shifts take on people. (sleep schedule, sitting in a chair for 8 straight hours, etc) Despite plenty of employees' complaints regarding the schedule structure, holidays/weekends situation, pay, etc the managers' responses are always "we can't do anything about that". They wonder why employee morale is low, and it's because of a lack of effort to appease anyone.
There is no advancement within the department except for becoming a "senior editor", a position they created when people complained of no advancement within the department. Needless to say, the job doesn't change if you are a senior editor and once you are a senior editor there is again, nowhere to move up in the d
Prossupervisors, co-workers, benefits package
Technical Support Specialist | Dublin, OH | 22 Sept 2015
Dynamic, highly innovative, leading edge communications leader
Prior to my leaving the company, I was tasked with providing technical support for AT&T. in the Operations Support Center, located in the Wireless Remote Integration Test Center in Dublin OH.
My daily routine would involve logging into three different regional markets: Philadelphia, Grand Rapids, MI, Seatle/Tacoma.
This would require twelve separate desktops, across three monitors.
I would log into the the Genesys phone system in preparation of taking inbound calls from field operators for AT&T personnel, sub-contractors, RF Engineers or field call testers.
The majority of support was performed outside of the maintenance window, but the OSC provided 24x5 support, with weekend activities conducted by schedule.
I learned that the dynamic within the Telle-Comm industry, and in particular, AT&T had shifted dramatically.
My direct supervisor was brilliant, and was the primary reason I had agreed to accept the lateral transfer to the OSC My co-workers & support engineers were the very best within the industry.
The hardest part of the job became having to provide support to unqualified field operators, having to deal with ever changing security requirements & restrictions, and struggling to deal with gaps within processes & procedures because of shifting industry paradigms.
The technology, the hardware & software, training, and knowing that I worked with the brightest minds within the communications industry with hundreds of years of combined experience within
ProsGreat salary, benifits, & job security. Dynamic work invironment.
Nokia was a dominant player in the tech field at one point in most people's lives; those days are no more and are unlikely to come again.
The company has good benefits such as medical, vision and dental insurance, plenty of sick time and a few perks, such as a slight reduction on some phone bills, this is sadly offset by the lowish pay and the dismal leadership of middle and upper management.
The job itself is highly variable as different zones can provide vastly different experiences; some are busy and active, others are sloth incarnate. An attempt was made at evening out activity to make it more balanced, but was largely unsuccessful from my experience.
Currently intangible benefits have been dwindling; no in-office celebrations, no random acts of good will from management and there has been a steady departure of high level executives over the past few years and has increased in recent months, the effect trickling down until immediate managers and employees are sensing the changing of fortunes and seeking other opportunities appropriately.
Contradictory information spills forth from every direction as ominous rumblings appear from without in the form of leaks and rumors from the press that are only later verified by actual Nokia sources with as little notice as a bolt of lightning from a blue sky, this occurs as supposed good news shines brightly from every company missive or management proclamation.
Divisions themselves seem composed of mostly competent peo
ProsGood benefits, good people
ConsLackadaisical management, low pay, unwilling to listen to any suggestions
As a drive tester I don't need to go to the company everyday, I stay home on call so whenever the call comes, I call the company driver & the technical so that we all meet & go to work any place in the country & any city, so if we are traveling to another city we take our bags with us, if we are working in the same city then we go to work & return home. We travel hours by car to the site we are going to work at, I let the technical climb up the tower to check the azimuths & tilts of the antennas & the cables, I call the supervision to open the site so I can frequencies of the site if there's interference or not & the calls on each frequency then we make drive test around the site in the areas where the site should cover to check the level of the signal & quality also to check if there's cross sector or cross feeder or not, if the site is working good I send approval to the team leader if not we solve the problem till the site is accepted. As Team leader I go to the company 2 or 3 times a week & manage the teams which work in the field by phone from home, when I get the order from the operator I call the engineers to give them the order & send them pdf of the site & the location of the site in it, if they face any problem in the site they call me & i give them solutions if there's severe problem I call the operator to solve the problem so that the team can continue working & accept the site.
I learned from the company how to manage teams, how to work under pressure, how to co
Consworking long hours without sleeping & sometimes working days without sleeping
Ótimo ambiente de trabalho e respeito com os colaboradores
Ambiente acolhedor com exigências típicas de industria, local ótimo para desenvolvimento dos trabalhos. O dia começava bem cedo, antes das 06:00 da manhã e se estendia até as 16:45, dando mais oportunidades de estar com a família mais cedo, isso era uma das metas da empresa em cumprir os horários certos para que o colaborador pudesse interagir mais com sua família. Reuniões ocorriam semanalmente expondo todo o trabalho desenvolvido e nossas metas. Aprendi mais sobre o respeito aos colegas, o trabalho exercido, a valorizar o tempo e alguns valores como cuidados com todo o espaço dentro da empresa e a valorizar o meio ambiente e segurança, a natureza é levado muito a sério. Como em toda empresa multinacional sempre nos foi exigido mais sobre competência e trabalho em equipe, evitando o desrespeito com os colegas, nos dando a oportunidade de avaliar inclusive nossa gerência, isso deixa o funcionário mais a vontade para expor sua opinião. A parte mais difícil foi desenvolver o entendimento as legislações (para quem estava saindo da faculdade), e para isso tive o apoio da gerência e isso tornou o desenvolvimento do trabalho agradável. Aprender a trabalhar sobre pressão também é um ponto a ser lembrado, afinal uma industria nunca pode parar e para isso é preciso caminhar certinho com toda a documentação, tributos, arquivos, parte fiscal etc. Tudo isso vou levar para qualquer outra empresa.
Prostodos os benefícios como auxílio farmácia, refeição, transporte, auxílio faculdade, cursos, seguro de vida, participação nos lucros, compra de produtos
ConsFalta de oportunidade para outras funções dentro da empresa
Questions And Answers about NOKIA
What should you wear to an interview at Nokia?
Asked 31 Mar 2017
By rul company largest pent shirt
Answered 8 Aug 2022
Formal dress up
Answered 10 Oct 2021
How did you feel about telling people you worked at Nokia?
Asked 18 Apr 2017
I feel very free and like to work there I have no words to say about that experience I really enjoyed it
Answered 8 Jul 2021
I'm feeling proud
Answered 15 Jul 2019
How should you prepare for an interview at Nokia?
Asked 18 Mar 2017
Work experience and all technical concepts must be cleared about a profile.
Answered 16 May 2022
Good and best
Answered 26 Apr 2022
What questions did they ask during your interview at Nokia?
Asked 26 Apr 2017
For marketing realted, for sales related, and how to achieve your goal, and how to create new market
Answered 19 Nov 2020
Is there any chance of taking interns as an full time employee. After got training for 11 months.
Answered 26 Aug 2020
How does someone get hired at Nokia? What are the steps along the way?
Asked 18 Mar 2017
Yes and along the way mindaly
Answered 8 Aug 2022
Resume collect from internal source also from vendor company