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What you’ll be doing...
You'll join Verizon’s Device Technology team working on the latest 5G technology feature roadmap planning for mobile devices, fixed wireless access, and emerging 5G form factors. You will interface with many organizations within Verizon and outside the business with external chipset vendors, infra, and OEMs. You will be responsible for overseeing and driving 5G technical requirements, test plans, and feature planning for next-gen 5G device portfolio.
Working closely with device OEMs, chipset vendors, infra-vendors, and Verizon business customers to develop program and implementation plans while working collaboratively with internal cross-functional teams.
Working with device OEMs in developing methods, tools, and features to enhance device performance.
Evaluating and developing device requirements, test plans, and test processes to allow for the implementation and verification of Layer 1 (physical Layer), Layer 2 signaling (e.g NAS, RRC, RLC, MAC), Layer 3 (IPv4 / IPv6) signaling, application layer signaling (SIP, IMS for VoLTE and VoWiFi, SMS over IMS over NR) and Multimedia performance (Jitter, delay, frame loss, etc.) consistent with marketing, network and standards body specifications.
Interfacing with network teams within Verizon, device vendors, chipset vendors and network vendors to develop Layer 2, Layer 3 call flows specific to VZW’s network implementation.
Investigating field issues, provide solutions (UE-based or network-based) and follow up with the teams above for implementation.
Participating in technology trials and evaluations of next generation devices with primary focus on new L2 and application signal protocols and evaluate the trial results.
What we’re looking for...
You'll need to have:
Bachelor’s degree or four or more years of work experience.
Six or more years of relevant work experience.
Willingness to travel
Even better if you've one or more of the following:
Bachelor's degree, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or four or more years of work experience.
Wireless engineering experience and strong knowledge of wireless infrastructure (3G, 4G, and 5G) and device design constraints.
Knowledge of 5G NR, LTE, IMS, VoLTE, VoNR.
Development and debug experience on mobile phones (i.e. QXDM, Wireshark).
Knowledge of relevant 3GPP, 3GPP2, and GSMA standards.
Communication and advanced presentation skills including demonstrated experience with executive level customer presentations.
Strong design skills and problem-solving capabilities.
Experience successfully leading technical deployment of new wireless products and services.
Technical Product development experience.
Strong project management skills to execute on roadmap, driving a project from inception to completion.
Ability to work on a team and independently on multiple high priority projects.
Ability to facilitate collaborative resolution of differences with a “win-win” approach.
Proven organizational and interpersonal skills, plus proven relationship building abilities.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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