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RAN Deployment Manager job description

What is a RAN Deployment Manager?

RAN Deployment Manager (RDM) is a software tool that is used to manage and automate the deployment of Radio Access Network (RAN) components in cellular networks. The RAN is the part of a cellular network that provides wireless communication between user devices and the core network. RDM can help network operators and service providers to simplify the deployment process, reduce human error, and improve the speed and reliability of RAN deployments.

RDM can manage various RAN components, such as base stations, radio controllers, and backhaul links. It can also perform tasks such as software upgrades, configuration management, and network optimization. By automating these tasks, RDM can help reduce the time and effort required to deploy and manage a RAN, allowing network operators to focus on other critical aspects of their network.

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Experts in recruiting RAN Deployment Managers

At First Point Group, we are experts in helping RAN Deployment Engineers find their next role. It helps that some of our recruitment consultants are former RAN Deployment Engineers and have experience working in the field, which makes identifying candidates right for the role that much easier. We have helped companies in over 180 countries and have worked with the largest global telecom companies since 2004.

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Average salaries for a RAN Deployment Engineer

The salary of a RAN Deployment Engineer can vary depending on several factors, including the engineer's level of education, experience, location, and the size and type of organization they work for.


$95,000 - $150,000 (CAD)

$125,000 - $160,000 (USD)

$60,000 - $80,000 (MXP)

UK & Europe
Middle East & Africa

د.إ180,000 - 288,000 (AED)


¥10,000,000 - ¥15,000,000 (YEN)

RAN Deployment Manager

Responsibilities & Qualifications

What is a typical job description of a RAN Deployment Manager?

A RAN Deployment Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating the deployment of Radio Access Network (RAN) components in cellular networks. Here is a typical job description for this role:


  • Customer facing role; customer reports & presentations required
  • Strong knowledge of RAN Build & Planning
  • Strong knowledge of 3UK & MBNL RAN processes & tools
  • Strong Deployment skill-set – from Survey through Acquisition, Design, Build, Integration and Handover
  • Strong understanding of Site Designs and configurations; Rigging Data Sheets; on-site practicalities
  • Strong skills in basic IT (Excel, MPP, PowerPoint)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Familiarity with Huawei and legacy 3UK Hardware (Samsung an advantage)
  • Activity Gating, Scheduling and Planning
  • Attend daily/weekly Deployment review with Partners (some travel may be required); War Room interaction
  • Assessment of Survey results dependencies (Access issues /Pole/Head frame orders, Streetworks)
  • Maintain Programme of Works with Risk and issue management
  • Management of JSVs, access, outages. EToNs, blockers, design issues flagged during review.
  • Data integrity within multiple toolsets
  • Variation Request progression/approval
  • Re-planning of failures

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