Telecommunications Field Engineers plan, develop, and monitor complex telecommunications networks and associated equipment as part of their job duties. They also give technical guidance and information, as well as identifying and resolving complicated problems.
Telecommunications Field Engineer ANZSCO 313212
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Unit Group: 2633
Telecommunications Engineering Professionals
Design, construct, install, service, and maintain telecommunications equipment, systems, and facilities are the responsibilities of the Telecommunications Engineering Professionals unit group. .
On the other hand, to address the deficit in competent workforce in its territory, Australia is highly hospitable to qualified professionals, businesses, investors, skilled workers, and international students for higher studies. Australia Skills Immigration Recognition has also compiled a list of all the vital and specialized vocations that are in great demand. As an applicant, you can apply for an Australian migration visa for any of the occupations on the list. Telecommunications Engineering Professionals are responsible to design, construct, install, service, and support telecommunications equipment, systems, and facilities.
On the Occupation Lists
- 489 (S/T) Occupations List
- 482 TSS Visa Medium Term List
- 407 Training visa occupations List
- 482 TSS Visa Regional Occupation List
- 189 Skilled Independent and Family Sponsored
- 489 Occupations List and 485 Graduate Work Stream
- 190 State/Territory Sponsored
- 186 ENS Visa Occupations List
- 187 RSMS Visa Occupations List
- 491 – Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 491) Occupation List
- 494 – Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (provisional) (subclass 494) – Employer sponsored stream
Not on the Occupation Lists
- 482 TSS Visa Short Term List
The majority of vocations in this unit group have a skill level that corresponds to their credentials and experience. The AQF Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma, or Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2) is required in Australia, whereas the NZ Register Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2) is required in New Zealand. At least three years of relevant experience may be substituted for the above-mentioned official credentials. In some cases, in addition to the official qualification, appropriate experience and/or on-the-job training may be necessary.
- IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 in (writing, listening, reading), 7 in speaking, and 7 overall.
- OET result with a minimum grade B in all sections.
- TOEFL iBT with a minimum score of 12 in listening, 13 in reading, 21 in writing, 23 in speaking, and overall 93.
- PTE Academic with a min score of 50 in (writing, reading, listening), 65 in speaking, and 65 overall.
Work Description for Telecommunications Field Engineer
Telecommunications Field Engineer design, construct, install, service, and support telecommunications equipment, systems, and facilities. They determine appropriate configurations of telecommunications hardware and software and also ensure desired performance of telecommunications equipment. To work as a Telecommunications Field Engineer, you normally require a bachelor’s or postgraduate degree in engineering with a major in telecommunications. A Vocational Education and Training (VET) certificate is held by some employees.
Responsibilities and Tasks of Telecommunications Field Engineers
- Maintaining documentation of communication policies, procedures, rules and regulations, and quality standards and generating and keeping logs of information, locations, and status of inventories, parts, equipment, and instruments.
- Providing continuing operational help in the design, optimization, troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing, and resolving of telecommunications network performance flaws, defects, and failures.
- Microwave, telemetry, multiplexing, satellite, and other radio and electromagnetic wave communication systems are installed, maintained, repaired, and diagnosed.
- Network and telecommunications technology configuration and integration with computer software, hardware, desktops, peripherals, databases, and operating systems.
- Planning the construction of a customer-access telecommunications network.
- Providing technical information and guidance, as well as monitoring the functioning of complicated telecommunications networks and equipment.
- Coordinating with vendors, suppliers, service providers, and other outside resources, as well as tracking contractual commitments and performance delivery.
Required Skill Level for Telecommunications Field Engineer
If you are planning to apply for immigration under the occupation of Telecommunications Field Engineer, it is not mandatory to have an exceptional academic qualification. If you have professional experience of five years of more in the occupation, it would be considered as equivalent to the bachelor degree. However, in some cases, higher academic qualifications might be required according to ANZSCO Skill Level 1.
This skill level is similar for both Australia and New Zealand standard classification of occupations. However, these skill sets are different from those which are to be assessed by skill assessing authorities. Therefore, you need to verify with the concerned assessing authority before you complete the formalities regarding application submission.
Are you Eligible?
There are various programs under which you can be eligible for a skilled migration program. Some of these programs are:
- Skill Select (Point Based Skilled Migration Visa)
- Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
- Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187)
- Temporary Business (Long Stay)
- Standard Business Sponsorship (Subclass 457)
You should understand that not every profession requires skill assessment. However, if your profession requires it, the assessing authorities will be different depending on your profession. Hence, you need to find out which skill authority is handling your occupation. In the case of the Telecommunications Engineering Professionals, your assessing authority is Engineers Australia.
Telecommunications Field Engineer Australian visa options
|Permanent||489 Visa||Permanent||482 TSS Visa|
|Skilled Occupation||ANZSCO Code||Assessing Authority||189 Visa||190 Visa||State||Family||186 Visa (DE)||186 Visa||All area||Regional area|
|Telecommunications Field Engineer||313212||Engineers Australia|
|Visa processing times-months(75%)||9||9||-||10||17|
|Visa processing times-months(90%)||12||12||-||15||19|
|11/08/2020 (current)||189 Visa||491 Visa (Provisional) (Family Sponsored)|
|Number of total invitations||110||90|
|Visa date of effect||07/2020||06/2020|
|14/07/2020 (Previous)||189 Visa||491 Visa (Provisional) (Family Sponsored)|
|Visa date of effect||07/2020||05/2020|
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