WORKING WITH US
Who are we looking for?
We hire people on all levels of professional development – from master’s thesis workers and fresh graduates to seasoned professionals.
If you are in the beginning of your successful career, we’ll teach you the basics of consulting in mobile industry. If you are a more experienced expert, we’ll serve you true challenges and an opportunity to grow your expertise.
In Omnitele Team, having genuine interest in mobile networks and wireless technologies is mandatory. We only hire people who are passionate and proud of what they do.
Are you Straightforward, Trusted and Intelligent?
In order to be successful at Omnitele, you also personify our core values: Straightforward, Trusted, Intelligent.
- You are an honest and outgoing person with good sense of humour
- You are pragmatic and results oriented
- You possess a healthy amount of determination – ‘Sisu’ as the Finns call it
- You have proven track record of excellent performance in your professional career
- You are a person who stands behind his or her promises
- You are eager to help your colleagues and your customers
- You possess an outstanding academic record and an analytical mindset
- You are creative and able to find the “not-so-obvious” solutions
- You have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
What We Offer?
We have a dynamic working environment and flat organisation structure – all in the same happy Omnitele family! This means you can have a true impact on your work and learn from the other experts in your team. If you possess the qualities we are looking for, we are keen to provide you with:
- Challenging and diverse project work in domestic and international assignments
- Relaxed working environment with intelligent and friendly colleagues
- Possibility to work side by side with our customer experts and solve problems related to their network business
Mikko Järvinen, Sr. Consultant
I work in Omnitele as a Senior Consultant with main focus on radio network development and mobile data services. Recently my responsibilities have included managing mobile network audit and optimisation campaigns and supporting our technology strategy division by bringing in the required network engineering competence to our vendor selection and sourcing projects.
My Omnitele story began in January 2009 when I was a soon-to-be Master of Science in Telecommunications. My first project in Omnitele was my Master’s thesis, “Femtocell deployment in 3G networks”. From the Day 1 everyone at the company supported my work and my huge appetite to learn. By the time I graduated I had already learned more about mobile networks than I ever did in the university.
During my years at Omnitele I’ve worked in very different types of projects. I’ve been assigned to a domestic network rollout project as radio planning engineer. I’ve been in massive audit, benchmark, and optimisation projects as measurement technician, analyst, RAN expert and project manager. I’ve been working in rapidly executed technology strategy projects in the different corners of the world. Project work has taken me around Europe, Africa and The Middle East and I also lived for a year as an expatriate in the Netherlands.
Changing assignments and locations keeps the work interesting. In Omnitele not a day goes by without learning something new. But bottom line, what has really kept me going is definitely the colleagues. The inspiring support and good atmosphere I’ve experienced from since the first day, has never stopped. In our projects we need detailed knowledge in such a wide range of topics that no single expert can master them all. It’s the team work and the other experts around you which really makes it work. You want to know something and there is always someone in the office who knows the topic in and out – typically the guy sitting just next to you.
In my free time – albeit the short Finnish summers – I try to do as much sailing, fishing and motorcycling as I can. I also like to have some sort of tools in my hands almost all the time. My friends say I probably enjoy more fixing some gadgets and gear than actually using them. The troubleshooting mind-set seems to follow me whether it’s work or play.