Communication Infrastructure Technicians install, maintain and recover communications equipment such as antenna masts and systems, fibre optic and data cables and radome structures, all of which play a vital role in the delivery and sustainment of RAF communications.
As a Communication Infrastructure Technician, you will be required to work at heights in excess of 100 metres on support structures such as masts and towers, so you must have a head for heights. It could be your responsibility to assist with the erection of communications masts and systems, radome installation structures or install and repair fibre optic and data communications cables in a secure operations room. TG4 Communications Infrastructure Technicians are the Defence Subject Matter Experts (SME) across all three Armed Services for at working at height, so you will be trained to the highest standard in the use of various types of climbing, safety and rescue equipment, as well as fall arrest systems and other personal protective equipment.
MY ROLE AS A CIT