In September 2014, Seavus is organizing free of charge training in its premises, for one of the leading Billing platform used in major Telecom companies worldwide.
Seavus Telecom Division invites the students from all Computer Science faculties in Macedonia, graduated or on their last year of graduation, to apply for this training and become a future Billing system expert!
The training consists of 30 working days of interactive lectures and practical exercises, held by Seavus experts working in this field for several years and on variety of projects for pan-European Telecom companies. At the end of the training, the participants shall gain technical knowledge for usage, configuration, development of new functionalities and testing the Billing system, and shall have the opportunity to become an employee of Seavus.
During the six weeks training, the best achieving participants shall learn the concept of Convergent Billing, Rating and Customer Management, installation of the platform, working environment and tools used, platform configuration, usage of Perl, EPM (Expression parser) and Oracle PLSQL as languages used for development of new functionalities in the platform. They will also gain knowledge of the general procedures of testing, development and code versioning.
Applicants will undergo a technical testing (basic programming, English, logic) and most successful applicants who will pass the pre-selection testing will be chosen as participants of the training. The selected participants shall receive a coverage of the basic costs (paid food and travel expenses) during the training period.
At the end of the program, the participants will have a chance to get employed and to further develop their career as a part of Seavus Telecom team.
The training starts on September 29, 2014, and will be held during from 9am to 5pm. All interested students and graduates can apply at www.career.seavus.com, latest by September 15, 2014.
More info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training: Seavus Telecom billing platform
Start date: 29 September, 2014
End date: 7 November (30 working days)
Period: 9am to 5pm, with 30 minutes lunch break from 12:30pm to 1pm
(note that the training requires all day presence)