• Systems Engineer-Standards Support/Next Generations Networks

    Location US-NJ-Red Bank
    Job ID
    2018-52379
    # of Openings Remaining
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Residency Status
    U.S. Permanent Residency Required
    Clearance
    No Clearance Required
    Employee Type
    Regular
    Time Type
    Full Time
  • Overview

    Every day at Perspecta, we enable hundreds of thousands of people to take on our nation’s most important work.  We’re a company founded on a diverse set of capabilities and skills, bound together by a single promise: we never stop solving our nation’s most complex challenges.  Our team of engineers, analysts, developers, investigators, integrators and architects work tirelessly to create innovative solutions.  We continually push ourselves—to respond, to adapt, to go further.  To look ahead to the changing landscape and develop new and innovative ways to serve our customers.

     

    Perspecta works with U.S. government customers in defense, intelligence, civilian, health care, and state and local markets. Our high-caliber employees are rewarded in many ways—not only through competitive salaries and benefits packages, but the opportunity to create a meaningful impact in jobs and on projects that matter. 

     

    Perspecta’s talented and robust workforce—14,000 strong—stands ready to welcome you to the team. Let’s make an impact together.

    Perspecta is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories

    Responsibilities

    Support in the planning and development of Next Generation Networks (NGN) Priority Services as the customer transitions its legacy based priority services to the NGN/IP/5G/Cable platform to keep pace with Public Switched Network (PSN) evolution. The project focuses on standards support and participation required to support the migration of legacy priority services to NGN/IP/5G/Cable. NGN Priority Services are intended to be standards-based to ensure interoperability. The project provides the requisite engineering to identify and promote interoperability standards to support priority telecommunications. In supporting standards, the project provides technical expertise to conduct planning, technical/traffic analysis, and engineering necessary to enhance NGN Priority Services technologies and to promote service improvements.

    Qualifications

    Requires 10 to 12 years with BS/BA or 8 to 10 years with MS/MA or 5 to 7 years with PhD.

     

    The candidate's current interests should involve standards, requirements, and consultation. Should be knowledgeable of NGN, Internet Protocol (IP) Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), Long Term Evolution (LTE), Radio Access Network (RAN), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Cable, Fiber, IoT, and 5G.  In particular, he/she should have specialized technical expertise in priority services (e.g., National Security/Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP)–Emergency Telecommunications Service (ETS), Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS), Wireless Priority Service (WPS), Next Generation Network Priority Services (NGN-PS), and Public Safety).  The candidate should have experience in standards development in one or more major standards organization, including experience in dealing with participants from service providers and equipment vendors.

     

    - Leadership role in a national standards and international standards organizations (e.g., ATIS committee/subcommittee, 3GPP specification group/subgroup, Broadband Forum).

    - Expert knowledge in IMS Core Network, LTE, 5G, EPC, RAN, Cable, Fiber architecture, requirements, protocols, and detailed message specification and associated requirements/protocols.

    - Must have attended and presented technical contributions in one or more of the following standards bodies: 3GPP SA1, SA2, CT1, CT3, CT4, RAN2, ATIS PTSC, IETF, ITU-T, Broadband Forum, and Cable Labs.

     

    Travel is required: 25% travel (North America, Europe and Asia)

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