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February

Aps6 - Hull/propulsion/auxiliary/whole Of Ship/outfitting Engineers And Technicians

Australian Government Department of Defence - Henderson, WA

Engineering
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

$80,669 - $92,150 (plus Super)
Henderson - WA, Osborne - SA

The Role
The Engineers and Technicians work as members of a multi-disciplinary engineering team performing technical and engineering work as part of Naval Construction Branch. You will be providing advice on the introduction of design changes, maintenance issues and conducting technical investigations. You will perform engineering work of a complex and/or critical nature.

The key responsibilities for these roles include:
Shipyard surveillance, inspection, assessment and reporting on discipline specific equipment, sub system, system and whole of ship installation progress and quality;
Providing assurance services on systems requirements and legislated standards related to relevant discipline;
Witnessing of discipline related testing, set to work and activation activities;
Providing specialist technical advice during ship production and acceptance, related to product quality assurance;
Undertaking the technical assessment of discipline relevant aspects the design changes and deviations;
Assisting in the development and review of specifications, plans, procedures and design documents; and
Undertake review of quality assurance, technical and test reports

The disciplines covered by these roles include:
Structures, welding, weight and stability management, docking, coatings, diesel engines/generators & fuel systems, gas turbines, hydraulics, HVAC, cooling systems, fire detection and suppression, propulsion systems, piping, pumps. Our Ideal Candidate
To succeed in this role you must have personal drive and integrity with the ability to:
Work as part of a collaborative team environment that provides services and outcomes consistent with the organizations operating model with a focus on achieving business objectives.
Participate in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that support the organizational operating model.
Achieve high standards of performance, while working within delegated levels of responsibility and accountability.
Build trust and demonstrate integrity with internal and external stakeholders.
Support your NCB Discipline lead, and the NCB leadership team, by undertaking, monitoring and reporting the progress of assigned tasking in a timely manner.

About the Team
Naval Construction Branch (NCB) aims to be recognised as the critical driver in the delivery of capability to Navy within the national shipbuilding enterprise. The long-term, continuous build program outlined in Government’s Naval Shipbuilding Plan of 2017 requires Defence to take a new approach in the waterfront management of ship and submarine construction and that is why NCB are calling for applications from talented, motivated and skilled people to drive this critical national agenda.

The Engineering and Technician roles will be required to work in a complex operating environment in Osborne, SA or Henderson, WA as part of NCB, supporting the delivery of continuous shipbuilding across multiple ship construction projects. You will be an integral part of the Technical Directorate undertaking and supporting the production assurance and testing of the ship construction products and systems across the SA and WA shipyards and subcontractors.

You will work within the shipyard and be actively engaged with the shipbuilding process. You will interact with the various Government project teams, the ship designer and ship constructor engineers, and the shipyard workers. You may also have the opportunity to participate in Sea Trials of the vessels during verification and pre-commissioning testing.

A number of roles are intended to be filled within the NCB Technical Directorate across a variety of shipbuilding disciplines including Hull, Propulsion, Auxiliary, Whole of Ship, and Outfitting with a merit pool to be established from this recruitment activity.

Our Ideal Candidate
To succeed in this role you must have personal drive and integrity with the ability to:

Work as part of a collaborative team environment that provides services and outcomes consistent with the organizations operating model with a focus on achieving business objectives.
Participate in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives that support the organizational operating model.
Achieve high standards of performance, while working within delegated levels of responsibility and accountability.
Build trust and demonstrate integrity with internal and external stakeholders.
Support your NCB Discipline lead, and the NCB leadership team, by undertaking, monitoring and reporting the progress of assigned tasking in a timely manner.