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date_icon_black28 Feb 2018
currency_icon_blackCompetitive starting salary & welcome bonus
date_icon_black28 Feb 2018
currency_icon_black Competitive starting salary & welcome bonus
You will interface with customers (internal and external) on many factors within the design and liaise closely with Engineers from all other disciplin
  We are changing the future every day. We have to. The world is constantly changing and we’re always thinking about what’s next. Can you help us build the technologies and innovations of tomorrow? Who we are Siemens is a …
Number of employees 6,000+   Number of graduate vacancies 200+   Locations Most employees start out at our Headquarters in Cheltenham, but we also have offices in London, Bude, Scarborough, Harrogate, Lincolnshire and Manchester …
  In the UK, we share Microsoft’s global vision to empower every person and organisation to achieve more; but we also pursue a wide range of initiatives with particular resonance and relevance to the UK economy and culture. From …
For more than 125 years, we have offered our associates around the world the opportunity to shape the future with a leading global provider of technology and services.    Our value-adding innovations are “Invented for life&r…
  At Sony, our mission is to be a company that inspires and fulfils your curiosity. Our unlimited passion for technology, content and services, and relentless pursuit of innovation, drives us to deliver ground-breaking new excitement …
About Us: In 1876, Ericsson's history began when two talented pioneers, Lars Magnus and Hilda Ericsson, founded the global technology leader we know today. Their vision is as relevant today as it was 140 years ago. At Ericsson, we have ma…
If you are looking for a bulk-standard job then look elsewhere. There are no ordinary jobs with us. The RAF gives you opportunities you won’t find anywhere else. Exciting roles in the UK and around the globe, defending your country. Are you up …
You deserve the best opportunities when you’re just starting on the career ladder. That’s exactly what you’ll get from Virgin Media. We know how to ignite your potential in the most exciting ways. Maybe you’re a graduate seek…
Our vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere — every person, every organisation, and every community around the globe. This motivates us — inspires us — to do what we do. To make what we make. …
The people here at Apple don’t just create products — they create the kind of wonder that’s revolutionised entire industries.   It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that inspires the innovation tha…
Why choose Prysmian?   With around 21,000 employees, active in 50 countries, our specialism in energy and telecoms puts us at the heart of so many industries, everyday products and experiences.   Our ca…
About us   Each graduate comes to us with different aspirations and challenges and we take time to work with everyone on a personal level to devise an effective strategy to meet individual goals. To achieve that, we work with companies across …

Telecommunications graduates are at the heart of how we communicate, innovating and challenging convention on a daily basis. Graduate telecommunications jobs involve big companies, well known brand names, and lots of opportunity - find out more on this page.

LOOKING FOR a Telecommunications CAREER?
How much can I earn as a Systems Developer?
Salaries for graduates in the telecommunications sector are amongst the highest in the UK at present.

According to High Fliers the telecommunications industry is set to offer salaries above the national median of £29,000, with an average starting wage of £30,000. Once you are in a permanent job, salaries in the logistics sector vary largely depending on your specific job. According to Payscale.com, averages wages in logistics are as follows:
  • Network Engineer - £30,336
  • Systems Developer £30,679
  • Software developer - £32,881
  • Project manager - £46,052
Salaries can rise dramatically upon gaining extra professional qualifications and experience.
What qualifications do I need to be a Systems Developer?
After a Bachelors degree Many companies are accepting applications from people with a 2:1. Requirements from smaller companies tend to vary.
What skills do I need to be a Systems Developer?
An understanding of how the telecommunications industry and its systems work is sought by employers, and they often also expect you to have some relevant work experience.

Alongside any specific technical skills and knowledge telecommunications employers will be looking for a series of soft skills.

Some of the skills that telecommunications recruiters might look for are:
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Analytical skills
  • Time management
  • Creativity
  • An ability to work under pressure
  • Presentation skills
Students and graduates from many different areas will have the necessary skills for working in telecommunications . Degrees offer a good set of skills in logical thought, presentation, analysis and communication all of which are important for a career in telecommunications. On the other hand, if your background is more practical or you started out with an apprenticeship in some form of engineering you are likely to have the technical skills required too.