SOLUTIONS AMBRA is a telecommunications engineering firm with offices in Trois-Rivières, Montreal and Chile. Always on the lookout for new developments in our field, we are the first Canadian company to offer private LTE solutions. From designing products that don’t exist on the market to implementing solutions for mission-critical operations, innovation is at the heart of our business. Ambra Solutions offers a non-routine work environment and a variety of projects that allow you to take on professional challenges. At Ambra, you’ll have…
EXCEPTIONAL WORKING COLLEGUES
Our team is made up of passionate people who rise to every challenge in a harmonious working environment. Excellent communication between colleagues fosters teamwork and ensures maximum results in a stimulating environment.
ADVANTAGES THAT MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
A group insurance program (dental and medical), a pension plan (up to 5% employer contribution), access to telemedicine, a physical activity bonus and an employee assistance program.
A flexible work schedule, the possibility of telecommuting, a great deal of autonomy for the employee, as well as unparalleled opportunities for growth and development (training in all areas).
As a network designer, you’ll plan your time according to assigned tasks and incoming e-mails. Here’s what a typical week in the life of a network designer might look like…
- You design the IP networks associated with the LTE network
- You configure routing, VLANs, VRFs and interfaces on Cisco, HP and other network equipment.
- You discuss proposed solutions with the customer and maintain contact with him as a technical reference for the project.
- You discuss project progress and potential problems with project leaders and managers.
- You configure the LTE core and the Linux virtual machines associated with the LTE network.
- You configure the RAN equipment (BBUs, for those in the know).
- You document your work and the networks you configure
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
- You travel to customer sites to commission LTE networks (in Canada or abroad, for varying lengths of time, but rarely more than a few days).
- You carry out the tests required to ensure the quality and performance of the networks commissioned by the customer.
- You support existing customers following network rollout when requested by the support team.
- You do the technical review of submissions made by the sales department to make sure everything is there
- You help the IP team