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Re: NOC Personel Question (Possibly OT)

  • From: K. Graham
  • Date: Wed Mar 14 22:18:44 2007
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I was called a "nocling" but I doubt that would pass the HR test.   


----- Original Message ----
From: Justin M. Streiner <[email protected]>
To: NANOG <[email protected]>
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 9:07:52 PM
Subject: Re: NOC Personel Question (Possibly OT)

On Wed, 14 Mar 2007, Todd Christell wrote:

> Sorry if this is OT but we are having a discussion with our HR
> department.  We are in the process of getting a 24 X 7 NOC in place and
> HR has a problem with calling them NOC Specialist.  What is the
> generally accepted title?

Not sure why your HR dept would even care :)

NOC Engineer?
NOC Analyst?
NOC (insert generic group name here)?