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February

Spectrum Planning Engineer

ACMA - Canberra Airport, ACT

Engineering
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • A fantastic opportunity to use your technical and personal skills to help shape the radiofrequency spectrum for wireless broadband networks.
  • Canberra - Ongoing, Full Time
  • APS 5 - $74,241 to $80,159 plus 15.4% superannuation
A fantastic opportunity to use your technical and personal skills to help shape the radiofrequency spectrum for wireless broadband networks. Working with a wide range of government and industry stakeholders you will be involved in making decisions to benefit all Australians.

If you are looking for the chance to apply your engineering capabilities along with an understanding of the radiocommunications environment to a range of major projects, we want to hear from you.

Our ideal candidate will be someone who enjoys working in a busy and growing area of the ACMA, including contributing to the delivery of technical advice on management of the radiofrequency spectrum in Australia. The role will provide an opportunity to showcase your expertise and technical knowledge including providing advice about a range of spectrum related matters.

Suitable candidates will be able to engage and work across the ACMA and with external stakeholders, apply your engineering judgement and communications skills to a broad range of technical and regulatory matters and to help deliver high quality, fit for purpose decisions.

We are seeking someone with good personal communications, engineering, technical and research skills, the ability to problem solve and work as part of a team. You will have experience in undertaking research, technical and engineering studies, including computer-based modelling analysis of radiocommunications systems and delivering technical advice to a range of audiences.

Suitable candidates may be placed in a merit pool from this selection process and the pool may be used to fill similar ongoing or non-ongoing roles. Non-ongoing vacancies filled from a merit pool may be offered as a specified term. Applicants may have their application and assessment results shared with other Australian Public Service (APS) agencies looking to fill similar roles.

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