Telecom Jobs Board

If you are looking to find job vacancies in the telecoms industry then this is the site for you.

This telecoms jobs site is the place for all experienced professionals working in the telecoms industry and also those new to the industry, to search and apply for jobs in telecoms that are advertised on behalf of some of the leading UK companies, telecom recruitment agencies and other specialist telecommunications jobs websites.

Our Jobs selection is updated on an ongoing basis and details telecoms job vacancies in all sectors.

Please search our data base now or register for our jobs by email service.

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Candidate that have benefited from using this website in the past include those with skills in the following areas:-

We feature vacancies for the whole range of technical specialists within the telecoms industry ranging from Switching, Basestation, Datacoms, Voice, Data cabling jobs, Radio, Mobile Computing jobs and Fibre Optics Engineers jobs though all skill levels.

We also carry a range of jobs in the mobile, seamless and wireless industry sector for those seeking vacancies including Bluetooth jobs, wimax jobs, wifi jobs and other wireless and mobile telecoms jobs.

Other jobs uploaded to us include vacancies within high speed data telecommunications and various employment opportunities within secure mobile connections, networks and support jobs.

We advertise jobs for professionals seeking field technician vacancies, telecom engineer jobs, software engineer vacancies along with various analyst and consultancy job roles.

We feature a high volume of vacancies for positions related to Data Cabling Jobs i.e. CAT5 cabling jobs / CAT6 cabling jobs etc. We carry various vacancies for Voice Engineers / Telephony / Fibre Optic Engineers jobs and CATV Engineers (Coaxial).

A number of 1st and 2nd Line Support Engineer jobs are listed along with positions for Site Supervisors, Site Managers, Project Managers, Design Estimators and Sales Consultants.

Security Clearance Vacancies

Depending on the site location, nature of the work outlined and the site conditions this will determine if vacancies for telecom engineers / managers will require certain key permits, passes or security clearances. The most commonly requested security clearances, passes that we see requested by some of our featured advertisers are:-

  • BT Accreditations
  • CSCS Health & Safety cards
  • IPAF / Cherry Pickers license
  • BAA Airside Clearance
  • Confined Spaces
  • MoD SC / DV Clearance
  • Met Police Clearance
  • Counter Terrorism Clearance (CTC)

In most cases the jobs advertised will state requirements of this nature and further clarification can be obtained directly from the employer or recruiter acting on their behalf.

Information for Graduates / Trainees

Most of the companies advertising are currently looking for candidates with experience but we do feature some Graduate Telecom Engineer Jobs periodically as and when they come into the site from the advertisers concerned. Because of the high demand for these vacancies then can be filled very quickly so you need to act fast.

If you feel a career in the telecoms or mobile & wireless industry is for you then it would be worth registering with our jobs by email service so that as soon as a matching vacancy to your requirements becomes available we can send the details out to you immediately.

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Other Resources

UK Competitive Communications Association (UKCTA)

http://www.ukcta.org.uk/

The aim of this association is to foster a more competitive fixed telecommunications market in the UK based on a regulatory framework that is designed to treat all competitors in this telecom communications field equally and fairly for the benefit of consumers, the industry and the economy.

International Institute of Communications (IIC)

http://www.iicom.org/

The IIC was formed in 1969 in the UK to act as an organisation to enable international debate of all kinds on the increasingly complex world of communications.

Their mission is to provide a global framework for dialogue and to promote access to communications for all people throughout the world. The IIC is an international not for profit membership organisation and is also classed as a registered charity. Its income and funding comes from paid subscriptions, donations and from various projects.

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