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Systems Architect

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Analyze operations of major telecommunications carriers in the areas of high-speed multiservice platforms (including IPTV, VOIP, high-speed data/internet) and propose solutions to improve operational efficiency, reduce cost, and enable rapid enhancement of
services
and offerings. Specific responsibilities include:
Working with a team to understand and analyze business needs and requirements.
Analyzing existing systems and providing integration guidelines and impact assessments.
Producing technical design and architecture documents.
Producing business and technical requirements.
Developing prototypes and proofs-of-concept.
Participating in the development team until the prototype/ proofs-of-concept are fully transitioned to the IT development organization.
Creating user stories, design packages and test cases for Agile project.
East Brunswick, NJ and unanticipated client sites throughout the U.S. as assigned. Travel and work at client sites throughout the US as assigned.
Six (6) months of related information technology experience. Experience must include:
Systems Architecture experience.
Performing successful implementations.
Demonstrated understanding of the theoretical and practical nature of IT systems, operations, networking, and typical issues.
Experience may be gained prior, during, or after completion of advanced degree.
Masters degree (or foreign equivalent) in
computer
Science, Computer
engineering
, Electrical Engineering, or a related field.
Please send us your resume via email at with reference #270136 in the subject line. Do not copy and paste your resume in the body email. Please attach it as a Word document. Thank you.

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