Power and Propulsion Engineer | SA-Osborne Naval Shipyard
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- Be part of the next generation of Defence capability delivery
- 9 day fortnight, hybrid working model and the opportunity to travel
- Enjoy flexible work practices, engaging work and an inclusive culture where we strive to make every individual feel valued
At BAE Systems we are recognised for delivering projects of global and national significance to our customers and with this we are known for developing some of the most impressive careers.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Junior Engineer within our Power and Propulsion Domain to work on the iconic Hunter Class Project, ideally we would like to see this role based in SA however interstate candidates from VIC are encouraged to apply.
What this opportunity will mean for you?
- Performing purposeful work where your efforts are recognized in an environment enabling you to thrive
- World class career opportunities, as our biggest project is YOU! Your success is our success
- Accessibility to flexible working arrangements that will provide you with balance and a lifestyle that fosters wellbeing
- Access to our competitive employee benefits program that are designed to better support you: Employee Benefits
- Being part of a workplace culture that is safe, inclusive and takes pride in their company values
Your new role:
The Power and Propulsion Engineer will see you work on specific systems within the Power and Propulsion Domain this role interfaces with teams such as electrical, auxiliaries and platform management system. This offers a unique opportunity to develop an understanding of the complex area of power and propulsion including prime movers, shaft alignment and ship power train integration.
This is an exciting opportunity, which offers domestic travel to supplier and other BAE sites as required.
Your key responsibilities will include (however not limited to):
- Support others within the immediate PnP team to progress the design and delivery of the Power and Propulsion domain on the Hunter Class Frigate Program
- As required act as representative of Power and Propulsion at internal, customer and vendor sessions.
- Maintain close links with the UK Type 26 Project located in Scotstoun.
- Support the team resolve areas impacted by the transfer of build from Glasgow, UK to Adelaide, SA, Australia and assist with the development of any resulting product changes for the Hunter Class.
- Participate in the development of variations from the RSD Power and Propulsion systems design, including the development of product changes and associated design outputs.
- Develop design specifications under guidance and carry out design activities in line with specifications and all quality and technical standards.
- Participate in developing, maintaining and modifying engineering processes and procedures in assigned areas in response to technical developments and operational need.
- Carry out under guidance technical analyses and investigations, including evaluation and selection of technical options, and prepare reports with suggested recommendations to support the design of improvements of the HCF Power and Propulsion system.
- Lead the liaison with customers and/or suppliers in assigned areas on engineering matters.
As the ideal applicant you will have:
- Degree Qualified Engineer within Electrical, Mechanical or similar domain
- Experience in contract/project management, heavy industry or manufacturing will be highly regarded
- Have some knowledge of the Power and Propulsion systems within a ship (desirable but not essential).
- Outstanding Stakeholder engagement skills at all levels
- Ability to work within a remote team and support ongoing out of standard hours engagements
- Strong time management skills, with the ability to work towards tight deadlines
- Eligibility to obtain and maintain a Defence Clearance to a minimum of NV1.
As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.
Further information regarding clearances is available at: https://careers.au.baesystems.com/opportunity.html
Applications can be addressed to: Sharryn Salkilld – Talent Acquisition Specialist and made online here. Confidential enquiries are welcome via email: email@example.com
We believe in hiring for potential so if this role resonates with you, but you don't meet all the required criteria, we would still love to hear from you!
You will be joining a culture that truly cares about your wellbeing. Diversity and inclusion is at the top of our agenda. We are striving to create an inclusive culture where the voices and talents of every individual are valued and everyone has a sense of belonging.
We welcome applications from all people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, age, or other lived experience.
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