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Switch Technician - Telecommunications Specialists


Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) has a long term, immediate opening for a Switch Technician with Avaya S8500, S8700 and CM6 experience at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL.  
Responsibilities Include: 

The AOR for NAVCOMTELSTA Pensacola Division are all customers located on NAS Pensacola (NASP), NASP Corry Station, NASP Saufley Field, NAS Whiting Field, Naval Support Activity (NSA) Panama City and NSA Mid South Millington.

 

The contract will be to provide telecommunications support services on Government owned switches and associated hardware and software systems programming, fiber and copper telecommunications cable plants including analog, digital, ISDN lines and end user devices consisting of approximately 11,700 users.

 

NAVCOMTELSTA BCO is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of base telecommunication services. The BCO functions include the administration of Government owned inside and outside cable plants, both fiber and copper, switch and voice mail system administration and maintenance support, TMS administration and maintenance support to include hardware and software, coordinating and consolidating telecommunication service requirements for new and existing customers. The BCO must be capable of providing modern telecommunications support for new and existing subscribers in all areas of telecommunications including requirement analysis, design, development, deployment, operations and maintenance.

 

Telecommunications Skills and Qualifications:

Telecommunications Systems Engineering, Telecommunications Knowledge, Telecommunications Technologies, Provisioning, Technical Understanding, Functional and Technical Skills, Independence, Attention to Detail, Verbal Communication, Documentation Skills, Audiovisual Maintenance

 

***REQUIRED***

Experience in HP ProLiant DL360 G7 with Avaya CM6", Cisco systems and our single voicemail system for our 4 bases: Callware Technologies, Callegra. UC

 

Successful completion of pre-employment criminal and driving history check and drug screening.
Qualified and interested candidates should respond to this posting. 


About our company:
Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) is more than just a name; it is a promise and a commitment to get results, that has been our secret to success. Founded in 1989 as a small storefront selling computer equipment and services to small businesses and walk-in customers, MCS quickly grew by earning a reputation as a "results-oriented" technology provider, thus gaining the trust of many midsize and large corporations. This was to become the catalyst of MCS's migration from a local Tampa Bay services provider to a national converged technology solutions provider.
Today we are an IP (Internet Protocol)-Converged Technology solutions provider with a national footprint and enjoy the unique status as being the fastest growing privately owned technology firm in the Tampa Bay area for four years running. Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, MCS has established a broad range of Convergence Technology products and services that we group into three main divisions - Building Automation, Information Systems, and Telecommunications - as our core business lines. Our growth has been consistent over 20 years; we currently boast a full-time staff of over 300 employees, with branch and project offices located throughout the United States, and we have performed successfully on several major Department of Defense (DoD) projects overseas.
 

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