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Incident Manager is a key position residing in GNOC who is performing the critical role of managing Incidents across all customers. Incident manager handles the severity 1 outages aggressively and ensure that the restoration is done within the Service level agreement with the customer.
The Incident Manager is responsible for the effective restoral of service during an emergency situation. The Incident Manager remains involved in the handling of the case until the case is resolved or until is agreed with PQM/MSIP that the IM is no longer required on the case.
- This position is open to job grade senior engineer and specialist only.
Education: Bachelor in Engineering (B.E/ B.Tech in IT, Telecom)
- The Incident Manager must be fluent in use of the English language.
- Demonstrate the ability to lead and manage a technical team
- Ability to select and assemble the required Support specialist(s) and related resources.
- Has more than 3 years trouble shooting experience in a Telecom domain
- Engineering degree or equivalent.
- Must be capable of balancing the need to collect event related data against the need to restore service in the shortest time possible.
- Telecom product experience/Ericsson experience is an advantage.
- Network knowledge
- Remains open minded when approaching problems, considering all inputs and available alternatives before making decisions.
- Ability to remain calm and focused under extremely stressful situations.
- Ability to handle highly political situations
- Has a level of customer service skills necessary to handle diverse customer reactions, especially aggressive and/or disruptive
- Must be aware of and be able to convey issues of customer/market diversity to the recovery team.
- Ability to guide Global Support specialists through the recovery without impeding data collection for later investigation.
- To manage Incidents 24X7 and ensure minimal disruption to the service
Setting up and driving the Technical & Management Bridge
- Verification of MIN\Notification messages to ensure completeness & correctness of the information being sent to the customer.
- On any emergency event the Incident Manager is responsible to ensure that any required support staff & necessary resources (facilities, equipment, systems, etc.) are available, involved and focused in restoral of the system.
- On any emergency event, the Incident Manager is responsible for execution of the Escalation Decision Point discussion and decision.
- Participate in the writing of the Event Report and/or RCA.
- Ensure that the recovery is proceeding in a timely and efficient manner.
- Ensure that the proper Local Support staff is participating in the Event.
- Determine if the Event is properly classified as an Emergency and takes appropriate actions.
- Update Event News with the progress of the recovery.
- Update management on the progress of the recovery, as required.
- Assist the PQM in handling any political issues with regards to the event, thus allowing the technical specialists to focus on technical matters.
- Initiate management escalations as necessary.
- Manage the information distributed in the periodic Event News and on the conference bridges established for communications during the event.
- Manage any interfaces that extend outside the normal support area of responsibilities (e.g., 3PP, PLM, Small Competence Centers).
- Assure that the technical staff is aware of how to locate site specific information, e.g., remote access details, installed base data, etc. Assist with acquisition of same if necessary.
- Utilising the Incident Manager Checklist, assures that all required actions of emergency handling are accomplished.
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