Emergent Professional Resources Jobs in Texas
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Title: Business Analyst Location: Downtown Duration: 6 month contract Responsibilities: · Analyze business processes in order to identify opportunities for improvements in order then to design and develop alternate viable solutions and make recommendations to management and project teams as appropriate. · Work with Functional Leads and Users to define business requirements and justifications to ca...
Summary: Ideal candidate will have a background in Network design for a Fiber, Microwave Backhaul network. The Network Engineer will need to have experience in both MPLS and Ethernet design background. The most important tools used daily are Excel 2010, Visio, Map info and a related pricing /billing tool. Experience with Metasolve is a huge plus. Job Duties: · Create and maintain detailed network...
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