Filipino Telecommunications Engineers migrating to Australia in 2017 should attend this Event

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Filipino Telecommunications Engineers migrating to Australia in 2017 should attend this Event


 

Overview

Filipino Telecommunications Engineering Professionals design, construct, install, service and support telecommunications equipment, systems and facilities.

Tasks

This occupation may include associated occupations with varying tasks such as: -

  • planning, designing, building, configuring and commissioning telecommunications devices, networks and systems, such as voice, radio, two-way, data, microwave, satellite and digital data systems, and ensuring telecommunications systems interconnect with equipment from different manufacturers, service providers and users
  • compiling engineering project proposals to define goals, identify scope, background and need, and ascertain cost of equipment, parts and services
  • evaluating and procuring new products and services from vendors
  • ensuring compliance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures in the provision of telecommunications systems
  • selecting and developing new telecommunications sites by locating sites, filing documents, drawing up documents for approval, drafting construction drawings and following through to approval
  • determining appropriate configurations of telecommunications hardware and software, ensuring desired performance of telecommunications equipment
  • preparing and interpreting specifications, drawings and regulations for the use of telecommunications equipment
  • determining the type and arrangement of circuits, transformers, circuit-breakers, transmission lines and equipment
  • identifying and analysing problems and needs of existing telecommunications systems, such as interference, intelligibility and clarity, to determine the most appropriate means of reducing, eliminating and avoiding current and future problems and improve communications
  • monitoring telecommunications systems to assess need for updates, upgrades, enhancements, preventive maintenance and new systems
  • assessing performance levels of system hardware and software to project future needs, and developing short and long-terms plans for updating equipment, adding capabilities, enhancing existing systems and providing improved telecommunications

Job Titles

Telecommunications Engineer

Telecommunications Network Engineer

Job Prospects

Data on Job Outlook are updated on a yearly basis and are compiled from national statistics which may not reflect either regional variations or more recent changes in employment conditions.

Over the five years to November 2019, the number of job openings for Telecommunications Engineering Professionals is expected to be equal to 5,000.

Employment for this occupation rose moderately in the long-term (ten years). Looking forward, employment for Telecommunications Engineering Professionals to November 2020 is expected to grow moderately.

This is a small occupation (9600 in November 2015) suggesting that opportunities may be quite limited in some regions.

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals have a very high proportion of full-time jobs (96 per cent). For Telecommunications Engineering Professionals working full-time, average weekly hours are 40.2 (compared to 40.2 for all occupations) and earnings are high - in the ninth decile.

The most common level of educational attainment for Telecommunications Engineering Professionals is Bachelor degree (41.2 per cent).

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals are mainly employed in: Information Media and Telecommunications; Professional, Scientific and Technical Services; and Financial and Insurance Services.

This table shows how this occupation compares with other occupations on 9 key measures: employment size; full-time share of employment; earnings; unemployment; employment growth over the past 2, 5 and 10 years; future growth (projected growth rate over 5 years); and future job openings (estimated number of vacancies due to employment growth and turnover). The Future Growth indicator is based on growth in percentage terms, while the Future Job Openings indicator is based on an estimated number of vacancies. A small occupation with a strong Future Growth score may have a weak Job Openings score, while a large occupation with a weak Future Growth score may have a strong Job Openings score, as even a small percentage change can result in a relatively large number of new jobs.

Indicator

Level

Decile

How many workers are employed in this occupation?

9600

4

How many work full-time (% share)?

96.0

10

What are the weekly earnings for full-time workers ($ before tax)?

1633

9

How does unemployment compare with other occupations?

average

5

What has been the long-term employment growth - 10 years (%)?

19.9

6

What has been the medium-term employment growth - 5 years (%)?

-21.4

2

What has been the short-term employment growth - 2 years (%)?

16.5

8

What will be the likely future employment growth for the next five years?

moderate growth

5

What will be the level of future job openings?

low

2

Those seeking to migrate permanently to Australia in 2017 as a TelecommunicationEngineering Draftsperson or Technician can attended our SKILLSELECT ASSESSMENT SEMINAR on Saturday the 11th of February 2017 at our Makati City Office in our ENGLISH TRANING ROOM FACILITIES.

Thank you and Mabuhay!

January 30, 2017