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Job Description & Qualifications

We’re on the lookout for the next generation of passionate and enthusiastic network engineering graduates who are curious about technology, have an entrepreneurial spirit, are innovative and know how to solve complex problems.

We’re also looking for graduates who have an interest in networks, telecommunications and technology, and have a desire to develop a long-term career in the industry.

If this sounds like you, and you are about to, or have recently completed, a degree like the ones below or a relevant engineering degree, we’d be keen to hear from you:

  • Network Engineering 
  • Engineering (Computing, Security Engineering)
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Telecommunications
  • Computer Science
  • Or a relevant Engineering degree

What does a network engineer do at Telstra?

Due to the fact that Telstra has more than a century’s experience in the industry, our networks team knows a thing or two about keeping people connected.

They have the exciting responsibility of looking after the planning, design and construction of our world-class networks and products across fixed, wireless and media technologies. 

What could you be doing as a graduate?

You’ll assist in specialist analysis, design, development and deployment in specific network technology domains. You’ll also get to use next generation technologies to help our customers better connect, explore and interact with each other.

Our previous graduates have worked on:  

  • Automation and digitisation of customer solutions
  • Network traffic capacity management and design improvement
  • Proactive alarm management and reporting
  • Internet protocol layers
  • Network operations escalations

Your journey at Telstra

Throughout the 13-month Program we’ll help you to understand your career options, listen to where you want to go and help to get you there.

Seven benefits of joining the Telstra Graduate Program in Asia

We like to think of ours as any good relationship – and that means we give a lot back.

When it comes to rewarding and supporting our graduates in Singapore and Hong Kong, we do this in several different ways throughout your journey with us. Here are the top seven things you can look forward to: 

Rotational Program

  • When you start with us, your first month is dedicated to getting you inducted into the Program and helping you to adjust to Telstra life. Your time will be spent learning about our business and what’s expected of you. Plus, you’ll be able to spend time with your fellow graduates.
  • You’ll then take part in two six-month rotations where you’ll take a deeper look into different areas of our business.  
  • During each rotation, you’ll be supported by our Early Careers team, who’ll ensure you make the most out of your time and are learning as much as you can. You’ll be able to start working on projects that have a positive impact on our customers and align to our wider Telstra strategy. 

Accelerated learning

  • Throughout the Program you’ll take part in three accelerators, which are all unique to the pathway you have chosen.
  • Each accelerator includes learning, experiences, coaching, and support that will help you to build your professional and technical skills. 

Immersive experiences

  • As a graduate, you’ll be able to see first-hand the incredible and innovative work our teams are doing across Telstra. You’ll be given opportunities to explore our Data Centre, Satellite Earth Station, Network Operations Centre and Cable Landing Station.
  • During each rotation, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in our projects, products and technologies. 

Social connections

  • We know that a career at Telstra shouldn’t all be about the work, so we give you plenty of opportunities to network and socialise with your peers and leaders across the business.
  • These include informal coffee or lunch dates and connecting with colleagues across a range of different forums. We also encourage you to join groups with likeminded people, such as our Spectrum group for LGBTI+ colleagues and their allies, and our Brilliant Connected Women group, which is our network on gender equality.  
  • Our Telstra Foundation in Hong Kong and Do Good Committee in Singapore carries a meaningful objective and mission, participating in community and charity initiatives.
  • Our focus is giving back to the community and nurturing children’s awareness and interest in technology. For example, we recently ran a laptop giving program in both locations for students, and distributed goodie bags for seniors and families in need during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Flexible working

  • We have adopted an ‘all roles flex’ working arrangement, which acknowledges that flexible working means different things to different people.
  • Working from home, being able to take study leave and getting paid volunteering leave are just some of the options available to our graduates. You can talk to us about what works for you when you start with us, and you can learn more about this policy here.

Work with industry leaders

  • Whether it’s your manager, a team member, our early careers team, a peer or one of the many specialists in our business, there are several people who’ll be supporting your development and career progression here at Telstra. 

Great starting salary

  • When you start in the Program, you’ll be given a competitive salary – but that’s not all. You’ll also receive annual leave, medical and life insurance as well as local pension schemes.

Job Skills/Competencies Required

  • SDN and automation
  • Unified communications
  • Cloud architecture
  • NFV/VM/container skills, including Kubernetes
  • Software engineering
  • Data science, data analytics or machine learning
  • Optical design/engineering or transmission field 
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