How to protect yourself from scammers/fraudsters in recruitment
Read more

Wireless Network Infrastructure

Learn more about Telecoms Project Director jobs

Telecoms Project Director job description

What is a Telecoms Project Director?

A Telecoms Project Director is a senior level manager responsible for overseeing and coordinating the planning, implementation, and tracking of specific short-term projects. They are responsible for ensuring that the project is delivered on time, within budget, and meets the specific requirements and objectives of the stakeholders.

In the telecommunications industry, the Project Director may manage projects related to the development, deployment, and maintenance of telecom infrastructure and services such as network rollouts, upgrades, and integrations. They work closely with cross-functional teams such as engineering, operations, sales, and finance to ensure the successful completion of projects.

Search telecoms jobs here

Experts in recruiting for Project Directors in telecoms

At First Point Group, we are experts in helping Project Directors find their next role within telecoms. Many of our recruitment consultants come from engineering backgrounds and have experience working in the field. We have helped companies in over 180 countries and have worked with the largest global telecom companies since 2004.

Contact us to find out more

Average salaries for a Project Director in telecoms

The salary of a Project Director in telecoms can vary depending on several factors, including the engineer's level of education, experience, location, and the size and type of organization they work for.


$100,000 - $135,000 (CAD)

$125,000 - $180,000 (USD)

$100,00 - $150,000 (MXP)

UK & Europe

£65,000 - 80,000 (USD)

€60,000 - €80,000 (EUR)

Middle East & Africa

د.إ3000,000 -420,000 (AED)


¥13,000,000 - ¥20,000,000 (YEN)

OSS / BSS Solution Architects

Responsibilities & Qualifications

What are responsibilities and job description of a Project Director in Telecoms?

The specific responsibilities and job description of a Project Director in Telecoms can vary depending on the organization and the specific project, but some common duties include:

  • Project planning and execution: Develop project plans, establish project schedules, allocate resources, and oversee project execution to ensure timely and successful project completion.
  • Budget management: Ensure that the project stays within budget by closely monitoring project costs, negotiating contracts with suppliers and vendors, and making necessary adjustments to the project plan.
  • Stakeholder management: Communicate project progress and status to stakeholders, manage stakeholder expectations, and ensure that stakeholders are satisfied with the project outcome.
  • Risk management: Identify and assess project risks, develop risk mitigation strategies, and manage risk resolution to ensure that the project stays on track.
  • Team management: Lead and motivate the project team, manage team performance, and provide guidance and support to team members.
  • Quality control: Ensure that the project delivers high-quality outcomes by establishing quality control processes, monitoring quality throughout the project, and taking corrective actions as needed.
  • Vendor and supplier management: Manage relationships with vendors and suppliers, negotiate contracts, and ensure that they deliver on their commitments.
  • Compliance: Ensure that the project complies with all relevant regulations and standards, such as health and safety regulations, environmental regulations, and industry standards.
  • Technical expertise: Possess technical expertise in telecoms and a thorough understanding of the latest technology and industry trends.



What skills, qualifications and experience does an Project Director in Telecoms need?

An effective Project Director in Telecoms typically needs the following skills, qualifications, and experience:

  • Education: A bachelor's degree in a related field such as engineering, telecommunications, or business administration is typically required, and a master's degree is often preferred.
  • Project management experience: Significant experience in project management, including experience leading complex telecom projects and a proven track record of delivering projects on time and within budget.
  • Technical expertise: A thorough understanding of the telecom industry, including the latest technology and industry trends, and experience with telecom infrastructure, networks, and services.
  • Leadership skills: Strong leadership skills, including the ability to lead cross-functional teams, motivate team members, and make critical decisions.
  • Communication skills: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders and team members at all levels of the organization.
  • Problem-solving skills: Strong problem-solving skills, including the ability to identify and assess risks and develop effective risk mitigation strategies.
  • Budget management skills: Experience managing budgets, negotiating contracts, and ensuring that projects stay within budget.
  • Organizational skills: Strong organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities, and keep the project on track.
  • PMP certification: Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) is often preferred.

Ready to look for your next Project Director job in telecoms? 

Search our jobs here
Copyright First Point Group 2023
Site by Venn