​What is a Telecoms Engineer?

A Telecoms Engineer is a key profession within the telecoms sector that is responsible installing, maintaining and repairing telephone systems and testing and repairing telecommunications cables.

What are the typical duties and activities for a Telecoms Engineer?

From employer to employer the job description of a Telecoms Engineer will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:

  • installing internal cabling and wiring for telecoms systems

  • fixing connecting wires from underground and aerial lines

  • installing telephones, switchboards and coin operated phone boxes

  • testing equipment to identify defective components and making the required repairs

  • testing installation and making any adjustments required

  • connecting cables and testing for any defects

  • locating and repairing faults to lines and cabling

  • Erecting and maintaining mobile telecommunications infrastructure

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Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and the eleventh largest city in the United Kingdom. At the 2011 census Cardiff’s population was estimated at 346,090. Cardiff is the most popular destination in Wales and recorded more than 21 million visitors in 2017. Wales has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, such as:

Port Talbot Parkway Station

This multi million pound investment for Port Talbot railway station will become the ‘Regional Parkway’ seeing an large increase on the current yearly 500,000 passengers who use the station. It will include a 200 space car park with a park and ride for commuters, along with improved facilities for cyclists.

Harbour Way

The largest transport project in Wales, supported by European Regional Development Fund Convergence programme and is a major boost for regeneration in the area. It provides a 4.8km link to the M4 at junction 38 into Port Talbot and Harbourside.

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