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Senior IP MPLS Transport Network Engineer at one of the most innovative telecom providers in Myanmar

Job Title Senior IP MPLS Transport Network Engineer at one of the most innovative telecom providers in Myanmar
Job Type Permanent
Job Category
Job Level
Supervisor / Team Leader
Salary Up to 1,500,000 Kyats plus Attractive allowance package
Location Yangon
Date Posted almost 2 years ago
Application Deadline Date 2016-12-30

Job Description

Senior IP MPLS Transport Engineer at one of the Innovative Telecom Provider in Myanmar

  • Drive IP transport network implementation and design planning within budget
  • Up to 1,500,000 Kyats + Attractive allowance package


About the Company

Our client is a leading international telecommunications company which has also been successfully launched in Myanmar years ago. With the guaranteed career growth opportunities, the company is expanding its business effectively.


The Role

  • Mainly responsible for end to end IP transmission, RAN network implementation with efficient cost and with focus on vendor management
  • Direct management in designing for microwave/fibre, optimization and transmission network for new sites
  • Manage the transport network by communicating with internal operation team to build the highest levels of network performance
  • Drive effective network planning, developing and configuration



  • At least 10 Years’ experience with minimum 3 years’ in telecom operator industry
  • Bachelor or Master Degree Holder of the Electronic Communication
  • Must have core skills in IP MPLS transport network planning and project management
  • Confident in decision making process and Business English speaker with efficient written skills



Very famous group of companies around the world and gradually becoming the most innovative telecom provider of Myanmar within these years.


Career Growth Opportunities

This is an excellent opportunity for a IP MPLS Engineer to take a step up in their career. Do you have what it takes?