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ONTWETSE BOKHUTLO

P O BOX 952 PALAPYE · 267 73479308


Email : tmpontwetse@btc.bw ·G mail:ontybokhutlo@gmail.com

PERSONAL STATEMENT

My knowledge and experience in Telecommunications allows me to provide in depth information to the


customers. As a proactive and hardworking individual, I have two years and three months experience in
telecommunications industry. I have wide knowledge in network monitoring, optical fiber splicing and
access networks and various network management systems including data, frame relay ATMS/TDM and
transmission Huawei U2000 and Ceragon network manager, Radview Ethernet over Copper(EOC) and
Radwin radio network manager. I am able to provide customers properly. My excellent communication
skills allow me to communicate politely with customers. I have a good customer service and computer
literate. I possess technical skills to excel in fast paced environment.

WORK EXPERIENCE

APRIL 2017 TO DATE


1. NETWORK SURVEILLANCE INTERN AT BOTSWANA TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
 Work as part a 24/7 rota bank to monitor network performance (including standing in for NMC
team member when away due to other BTC business demands).
 Network Fault Handling and escalation
 Coordinate customer and network data faults repairs with operations and maintenance teams.
 Network performance monitoring
 Alarms investigation and identifying faults
 Receive calls from field engineers to perform testing and process customer’s complaints and see
to their resolutions for all services of BTCL, which include fixed, mobile, fibre microwave links and
Power failures.
 Monitoring data communication network and internet traffic both locally and internationally 24 hours.
 Tracking and keeping records of network problems/issues to resolution
 Trouble ticket raising when the fault cannot be resolved remotely by NOC configuration specialist.
 Escalation of network faults handling to relevant personnel where necessary, especially on problems
requiring physical presence at the site.
 Fault diagnosing
 Providing Field Engineers with relevant information to the fault handled.
 Handing over to the next technician when the shift ends.
SEPTEMBER 2016 TO FEBRUARY 2017
2. OPTICAL FIBRE SPLICER ASSISTANT AT TELETECHNICS
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
 As an Assistant optical fiber splicer technician I was responsible for terminating and testing aerial and
underground fiber optic systems, updating and maintaining project tracking information such as
production sheets, timesheets and customer required Paperwork.
 Responsible for preparing and splicing fiber optic cable.
 Familiar with fiber optic splice closures, OTDR testing, Optical power meter and Fiber Identifier.
 Customer Service ‐ Interaction with project owners, engineers and coordinating with customers and
Engineers for scope changes and communicating those changes to the Project Manager.
 Fiber Splicing Skills‐ Preparing various types of outside plan fiber optic cables for splicing, operate fiber
optic test equipment, reading and understanding the test results for troubleshooting purposes.

EDUCATION

AUGAST 2015
Diploma in Telecommunication systems- New Era College of arts, Science and Technology.
Courses covered:
 Fundamentals of Electronic Communications 1 and 2
 `Communication systems and Digital networks 1,2 and 3
 Programming
 Health and Safety Principles
 Telecommunications practical

EXPERTISE

 Network Surveillance  Time Management


 Optical fiber splicing  Critical Thinking
 Team work  Verbal & Written Communication

INTERESTS

 Listening to music
 Technology
REFEREES

 Ms. Shadi Ramogapi  Mr. Dickson


Manager at BTC NMC Surveillance Team Leader
73001148 73001147

 Mr. Sibanda HOD New Era College


+263933533

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