Telecommunications, 1st to 4th year, Balgowlah

Interested in pursuing a career in telecommunications? Looking for an apprenticeship to get your career started in the number 1 job of the future?

1300apprentice currently have a fantastic opportunity for motivated and driven individuals to commence a 1st year telecommunications apprenticeship, with a fantastic host employer based in Balgowlah.

Our host employer, Syndeticom specialises in designing, building and supporting world-class digital infrastructure. You will gain valuable experience in data centres, network and cabling infrastructure, smart building systems and management. Working on a range of sites across Sydney including construction.  

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This 3 year apprenticeship will see you undertake a Certificate III in Telecommunications.

The work will include, but not limited to:

  • Running cables
  • Termination of cables
  • Locate, identify and rectify telecommunications network faults
  • Install, test and terminate optical fibre cable
  • Building cable trays
  • Conduit work
  • Use of hand and power tools
  • Customer service
  • Programming
  • Completing paperwork and records
  • Working in roof areas and be able to fit under sub-floors.


  • Drivers licence and own transport
  • Experience with using basic hand tools
  • White card
  • Hold a Working with Children Check
  • Able to pass a Federal Police check before commencing.

To be successful:

  • Have a passion for this trade and wants to be part of a growing business once completed apprenticeship
  • Not afraid of physically demanding work
  • Well presented
  • Great work ethic
  • Dedicated and wanting to learn
  • Follows direction well.

Perks and benefits:

  • Overtime offered when needed
  • Great team and learning environment.
  • Become qualified in a in demand trade of the future.

 To apply:

Simply click on SUBMIT and attach your resume and cover letter.

Applicants must have the legal right to work in Australia.

Suitable candidates only will be contacted for an interview.

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