Telent Case Study

From Communications System Operator to Installation and Provisioning Engineer

Meet Kirsty:

Kirsty served for 7 years in the Royal Engineers as a Communications System Operator, where she enjoyed making friends, learning new skills, travelling the world – a lifetime of experiences.

During Kirsty’s transition, she did copper and fibre training courses – and her recommendation to those in their transition – “do as many courses as possible!”

Kirsty’s role at Telent is an Installation and Provisioning Engineer – responsible for testing and termination of fibre and copper on the motorways. She enjoys the fact that life on Civi Street is more relaxed than the military!

Telent has a great heritage and a distinctive company culture built on Service, Commitment and Value. They’re proud of their relaxed and friendly work environment, and the way they work as a team.


About Telent:

Telent design, deliver and support solutions and services which enable organisations to create, improve and operate the ICT and communication networks that their businesses depend on. Telent operate within various industry sectors including Transport, Emergency Services, Network Providers, Higher Education and Public Sector.


Telent on Hiring Forces Members:

“We find success in recruiting Ex-Forces personnel and Service Leavers. We offer training and development for entry-level roles with clear career paths and progression based on ability. We utilise previous engrained military skills and attributes to find the career path that will be the perfect fit. These skills include discipline, teamwork, leadership, the ability to stay calm under pressure, comfortable in a fast-paced environment, decision-making, determination, and problem solving.”


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