Telecommunications Network Engineers plan, develop, and manage complex telecommunications networks and related broadcasting equipment, among other duties.
Telecommunications Network Engineer ANZSCO 263312
Level 1 or Equivalent
Roading Engineer (NZ)
Skills Assessment Authority
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Unit Group: 2633
To design, build, install, service, and maintain telecommunications equipment, systems, and facilities are the responsibilities of the Telecommunications Engineering Professionals unit group.
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 professions in this unit category need a level of expertise equivalent to a bachelor’s degree or more. For the formal qualification, at least five years of relevant experience and/or equivalent vendor certification may be substituted. In some cases, in addition to the official qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1), 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.
Tasks to Perform
- Determining the most acceptable techniques of lowering, eliminating, and avoiding present and future difficulties and improving communications by identifying and assessing problems and demands of existing telecommunications systems, such as interference, intelligibility, and clarity.
- Ensuring that telecommunications systems are provided in accordance with applicable laws, rules, policies, and procedures.
- Planning, designing, constructing, configuring, and commissioning telecommunications devices, networks, and systems such as voice, radio, two-way, data, microwave, satellite, and digital data systems, as well as ensuring that telecommunications systems interconnect with equipment from various manufacturers, service providers, and users.
- Vendor evaluation and procurement of new products and services
- Selecting optimal telecommunications hardware and software configurations, ensuring that telecommunications equipment performs as expected.
- Putting up engineering project proposals to specify goals, scope, background, and need, as well as figure out how much equipment, components, and services would cost.
- Telecommunications systems are being monitored to determine the need for updates, upgrades, improvements, preventative maintenance, and new systems.
- Monitoring system hardware and software performance levels to forecast future demands, and making short- and long-term strategies for updating equipment, increasing capabilities, enhancing current systems, and providing better telecommunications.
- Discovering and establishing new telecommunications sites, filing forms, creating permission documents, drafting construction plans, and following through with approval.
- Identifying the kind and configuration of circuits, transformers, circuit breakers, transmission lines, and other equipment
- Developing and understanding telecommunications equipment specs, drawings, and regulations.
Telecommunications Network Engineers 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 Network Engineer||263312||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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