Chelgrave

Victoria

Posted: Today Category: Technical – Supervisor & Management Work Type: Contract Location: Regional VIC

Mex maintenance system

6 mth contract

Western Victoria

Based in country Victoria with leading Australian owned food processing facility our client seeks a Maintenance Planner who has FMCG or plant automation maintenance experience.

You will ensure the CMMS is populated with all necessary data for the maintenance function to manage asset integrity and reliability of the Plant. The position will assist in delivering a reliable, well maintained and efficient plant.

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Chelgrave

Australia

Posted: Today Category: Register For Work Work Type: Any Location: Australia Wide

Multiple Opportunities

Contract and Permanent

EBA wages and conditions

Chelgrave Contracting; shutdown and maintenance specialists since 1979, are providing labour solutions to some of Australia’s most iconic businesses. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for our employees and to delivering proactive and enthusiastic personnel to our clients.

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Chelgrave

Brisbane QLD

Posted: Yesterday Category: Technical – Technical & Scientific Work Type: Casual Location: Brisbane

Northern Suburbs

Small,Friendly team

Temp to Permanent opportunity

Chelgrave Contracting Australia Pty Ltd is one of Australia’s leading specialist in Engineering and Technical staffing solutions.

Our client, one of Australia’s leading companies in the chemicals sector is looking to engage an Customer Service/administration officer company to provide all-round administration support to the team of a chemical coating company.

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Chelgrave

Brisbane QLD

Posted: Yesterday Category: Trades – Metal Work Type: Contract Location: Brisbane

Top Machinist

set up and operate

Southside Brisbane Location

Lathe and Milling Specialist Required

Conventional machines

Top Quality Tradesman only

Safety a priority

Southside Brisbane Location

Top pay rates

Well equipped shop

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Australia

Air Force engineers lead an engineering team to help create and deliver Australian Defence Force (ADF) capability by applying engineering principles to acquire, sustain, maintain, and manage technology. They work on state-of-the-art aircraft, infrastructure, weapons, ancillary technical equipment and related aviation ground combat support systems like RADAR, SONAR, IT and networks; and operate within a defined engineering management framework comprising relevant ADF regulations and procedural guidance.

As an Engineer in the Air Force you would be able to be employed in roles where you are responsible for regulation, design, project management, logistics support and technical maintenance, to ensure technology is safely, efficiently and effectively employed to generate the required ADF capability. Additionally, as an Officer you are also responsible for the leadership, management, and welfare of technical and logistics personnel within the engineering environment.

Three of the Aerospace Engineer specialisations have similar roles. These are:

Aeronautical (AERO) – responsible for aircraft structures, propulsion and associated mechanical systems and ground support equipment.

Armament (ARMO) – responsible for weapons, weapons systems and associated test equipment and bomb disposal

Electronic/Electrical (ELECTR) – responsible for airborne power generation and distribution, electronic/electrical control systems, instrument and navigation systems, automatic test equipment, communications, and radar and sonar equipment, heavy ground radar, ground telecommunication equipment and computer networks. ELECTR Officers can further specialise into aircraft related systems or Ground telecommunications related systems.

After you complete Initial Officer Training you will undertake a Professional Development and Training (PDT) year during which time you will rotate around different roles on a base every few months and undergo your employment training. After completing your PDT year, your first or second posting will likely be Maintenance Engineering or Engineering Management.

You will be posted and rotated around new roles approximately every 3 years to gain the depth and breadth of experience required to develop you as a competent engineering leader with increasing levels of responsibility along the way.

Roles of an Aerospace Engineering Officer

The roles of Aerospace Engineers (AERO, ARMO and ELECTR) include:

Maintenance Engineering. Your initial employment in the Air Force would usually be as the officer in charge of a team of technical personnel and facilities associated with day to day maintenance and equipment overhaul at either a maintenance unit, or flying squadron. You will be one of up to half a dozen junior engineers under the guidance of the Senior Engineering Officer, responsible for contributing to the availability of airworthy aircraft or associated equipment by ensuring safe work practices and that other regulatory requirements are met. A flying squadron usually presents opportunities for travel and participation in operations and exercises in Australia and overseas.

Engineering Management. A posting to an Engineering Management role usually involves working in a Systems Program Office (SPO) within the Defence Material Organisation (DMO). SPOs provide engineering and logistics support to wings, squadrons and units. During the service life of an aircraft or item of technical equipment, Air Force Aerospace Engineers may lead a team to: monitor failure; evaluate proposed modifications and repair schemes; supervise and evaluate equipment trials; manage repair contracts; liaise with regulatory authorities; prepare financial estimates; and provide technical and logistics solutions to operational availability issues. To assist in those tasks you will have access to external organisations where you will liaise closely with your civilian counterparts. An engineering management role presents a great opportunity to build systems knowledge and work towards gaining Chartered Professional Engineering status with Engineers Australia.

Project management. As you progress through your career you can be posted into project management roles. These are typically within the DMO and involve either the engineering and maintenance aspects of large acquisition projects (e.g. the purchase of new aircraft and associated weapon systems), or as the manager of a specific engineering or maintenance project (e.g. the F/A 18 Hornet Upgrade Project) within a SPO. Project management roles often present opportunities for travel and the development of your business acumen.

Design Engineering. The Air Force needs professional engineers to sign off on the integrity of a system or piece of equipment to ensure continued airworthiness and safety. You may be posted to a position within a SPO, a regulatory authority, or a niche role (e.g. aerial delivery, operational test and evaluation etc) where you will develop your engineering authority so that you can make technical decisions on engineering changes such as software upgrades, modifications to equipment, system safety, and the approval of structural repairs to name a few. Later in your career, design engineering roles give you the opportunity for overseas Masters Programs sponsored by the technical airworthiness regulatory authority.

Any officer roles. Officers in the Air Force may also undertake a posting to an Any-officer role at some stage during their careers. Examples include instructor/training roles and staff officer roles. This helps to broaden the skill set of an Engineering Officer in preparation for more senior roles.

With the constant introduction of new aircraft (Joint Strike Fighter for example) and equipment to Air Force, life as an Aerospace Engineering Officer is constantly challenging and changing. The Air Force provides many internal courses as well as offering the chance of post-graduate training, workshops and seminars at external institutions to help you meet these new challenges throughout your career.

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Australia

As an Electronics Engineer (Electronics Engineer Officer) you will be one of the Navy’s electrical, electronics and combat systems engineering experts. You will also be responsible for ships’ communications, radar, sonar, navigation, combat data, fire control and weapons systems. While at sea you will be the engineering authority on board the ship and responsible for the efficiency, effectiveness and safety of the ship’s diverse combat and self-defence capabilities. In shore based positions you will perform duties in support of the fleet including system specification, acquisition and through-life support, system certification, combat system trials and the training and management of sailors and officers.

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Defence Jobs

Australia

In the Navy, Aerospace Engineering Officers are divided into two specialisations: aeronautical engineers (termed Aeronautical Engineering Officers) and electronics aircraft engineers (termed Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering Officers). There is much commonality between the two specialisations, and many positions are open to Officers of either specialisation.

Both specialisations are primarily responsible for managing the maintenance and airworthiness of the Navy’s helicopters, but as a Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering Officer, your expertise will lie in helicopter electrical systems, communications systems, navigation systems, weapons systems and software.

As an Aerospace Engineering Officer, your defining role will be as a maintenance manager and technical expert at one of the Navy’s Fleet Air Arm helicopter squadrons, or in the Aviation Engineering Department on one of the Navy’s amphibious assault ships.

As a maintenance manager at a Fleet Air Arm squadron, you are responsible for helping maintain the airworthiness of the Navy’s helicopters, by leading and advising technical sailors, planning helicopter maintenance, managing resources to rectify unserviceable aircraft and assuming responsibility for one or more of the technical aviation departments, such as the maintenance, logistics, training, safety or quality departments.

As an engineer on one of the Navy’s Canberra Class amphibious assault ships, you are responsible for managing the ship’s aviation engineering department, which is tasked to maintain the ship’s aviation facilities and also provide equipment and support to Australian Defence Force aircraft and aviation personnel when they embark onboard the ship.

Aerospace Engineering Officers also have the opportunity to experience many different aspects of engineering. Examples of other roles in which Aerospace Engineering Officers are employed include:

Engineering support performing minor design work, certification, fleet management, logistics management and contract management

Policy and regulation development

Project management for the acquisition of new aircraft and equipment

Auditing maintenance standards

Trialling and testing aircraft design changes and new aircraft

Instructing and managing aviation training

Limited opportunities are also available for specialist roles in safety investigation, flight test engineering and aircraft structural integrity management.

To help you meet these challenges, the Navy provides many internal courses, a recognised professional development program leading to the award of Certified Practicing Engineer (CPEng) and opportunities for postgraduate education throughout your career.

All junior Officers onboard RAN vessels will be required to keep Officer of the Day (OOD) duties. The OOD is the Commanding Officers (CO) representative for a 24 hour period and is directly responsible to the CO for the safety and security of the ship and personnel onboard.

In addition to their normal duties, all Naval Officers will be designated as Divisional Officers throughout their career. This involves the leadership, management, administration and career advice to junior Sailors and Officers within their Division which may involve up to fifty junior sailors and officers.

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