Electrical Engineering Technician (BB-19084) Port Melbourne VIC THE ROLE
The Electrical Engineering Technician (EET) is involved in the end-to-end development, commissioning and testing/reportingof electrical control systems software for bespoke machinery, including technical documentation writing.
Core Duties are:
- Perform testing, debugging and maintenance of electrical systems for bespoke machinery, including data collection, calculations, and reporting - Configure, test and commission electrical and control systems equipment - Undertake compliance checks in line with specifications and regulations - Contribute to the electrical design of the controls systemsand system architecture - Actively participate in software engineering, including PLC, HMI and database programming and application development - Prepare and maintain documentation including specifications, diagrams, operator manuals, test plans and procedures - Conduct research and development, where required - Other duties within the scope of the role as required.
KEY SELECTION... CRITERIA
- Minimum 8 years demonstrated technical experience and competence in a Controls environment - Experience in programming, commissioning, and testing Beckhoff industrial controllers and/or Ignition HMI platform is essential - Thorough understanding of programming across a broad range of languages, including object-oriented programming - Demonstrated advanced problem-solving skills - Ability to work under minimal supervision either as an individual or part of a team - Flexibility to adapt to evolving work demands and schedules - Great communication skills including the ability to interpret and convey instructions and procedures - Strong attention to detail
- Tertiary qualification in relevant discipline (e.g. Electrical Engineering) or equivalent technical work experience
- Salary range $90-110k base + super - The Electrical Engineering Technician (EET) reports to the Chief Engineer - During COVID we have some flexible working arrangements in place, however this role does require hands-on duties to be performed on-site. Exclusively working from home is not a feature of this role - The Electrical Engineering Technician (EET) is expected to work our standard workshop hours of 7.30am 4.00pm, Monday through Friday with a degree of flexibility required. - A current and valid passport is required. Creature Technology primarily works on international projects and the EET can expect that some overseas travel may be a feature of the role.
This diverse and challenging roleis a fantastic opportunity to be part of a professional and dynamic team creating world-class animated creatures in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your specificsuitability for the role byCOB Friday 11th December2020 Port Melbourne VIC Australia
Electrical Engineering Technician (BB-19084) Port Melbourne VIC Creaturetechnology.com Port Melbourne VIC