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North Sydney Area
On the heels of market expansion and growth, Resonate is hiring a Lead Software Engineer to accelerate its product development efforts. Resonate is an Australian scale-up organisation that has an enterprise Customer Experience (CX) platform (SaaS). The Resonate Voice of Customer and Voice of Employee platform leverages the latest technology including machine learning, text analytics, data visualization etc to deliver actionable insights to leading companies. The company has a range of flagship customers and growing brand recognition in the space. As a leading member of the technology organisation you will be joining an exceptional team at a fast-growing enterprise SaaS company. This is a tremendous opportunity for an innovative lead software engineer to unleash their technical know-how, creative vision and world-class excellence and contribute to building the next great Australian enterprise software company. Key Responsibilities: This role will take the lead responsibility for setting and enforcing the software engineering practices, design standards and technical excellence at Resonate. High execution focus, go in hands-on and lead from the front in current and upcoming technologies. Bring the best in software architecture and design to the table, considering the key pillars of scalability, availability, resiliency, (operational) management, security and cost-efficiency. Build on and take a lead position in bringing best-practices to a team of high-performing software engineering professionals. Jump into the code and lead refactoring efforts, greenfield builds, new framework implementations and how to bring the latest tech into the CI/CD pipeline. Work cross-team with technical (Dev, QA, DevOps, Operations) and non-technical (client-facing) teams. Think as a user first and foremost, we build software for people. Work with the management team across the business to continuously improve our product, our positioning and our processes. Requirements: Minimum of 8 years of experience in software development on complex software systems. The .NET platform, Azure (or other cloud) and web technologies (Web Services, REST, Containers, Serverless, …) have no secrets for you. Proficient in modern design paradigms and distributed and cloud architecture. Be hungry and passionate to keep up with the latest technologies and trends. Comfortable in a “roll up your sleeves” start-up environment. Exceptional communication skills. Why join the wizards at Resonate!We recognise the importance of a flexible working environment that supports your health and wellbeing, which is why we supply things such as stand up desks, table tennis and access to a free food cupboard to keep your energy levels high! Our employee experience team organises fun team building events for everyone to be apart of (like our recent company wide table tennis tournament and our bespoke scavenger hunt!) We provide Friday company sponsored lunches Offer of a Company sponsored phone plan And last but not least, competitive pay! Housekeeping: Please include a cover letter outlining how you address each of the key selection criteria. Applicants need to be eligible to work in a permanent position in Australia We are excited about your application! For a confidential discussion about the role, please phone our employee experience wizard, Grace on 9957 9400.
Milestone IT
Australia - VIC, Melbourne - All locations, Baysid ...
My client, a large organisation is embarking on an exciting period of growth and transformation. Reporting to the Manager, Enterprise & Infrastructure Services, your primary responsibility is to drive the information development strategy to recommend and implement systems that will keep the business at the cutting edge of their industry. The appointee will have Enterprise Server and Virtualization experience and have been exposed to and are comfortable with a variety of Microsoft technologies and platforms. You will provide 2nd/3rd level technical support in delivery of Information Technology Service throughout the organisation.This key position has responsibility to maintain, monitor and capacity plan the following technologies:Sever Virtualisation (VMware, Hyper-V, cloud services such as AzureOffice 365Active Directory & ExchangeServer Administration monitoring and maintenanceSecurity Platforms (Antivirus, Mail Gateway, Firewall)Storage & Backups infrastructure and servicesCitrix InfrastructureSQL & SharepointYou will be a confident self-starter who has strong technical knowledge and flare for stakeholder management. The ability to cope with dynamic and shifting priorities is essential.This is a great opportunity to join a fantastic organisation with a real career path.
NES Global Talent
Perth, Australia
Job Description Our client, a leading EPC company, are currently recruiting for a Senior Instrument and Control Engineer to join them for an initial 12 month contract. Duties will include, but are not limited to: Carry out assigned tasks, and produce deliverables competently and effectively, within time and budget constraints, such that all stated project objectives are satisfied. Plans and manages his own workloadReview and approve assigned deliverables produced by other members of the discipline team.Observe and comply with all relevant HS&E requirements for the assigned project or projects.Collaborate and co-ordinate with other engineers, designers and technical personnel (within his own discipline and with those from other disciplines) in the execution of the project.Assist, guide or mentor (as appropriate, in co-ordination with the Lead and Chief Engineers) less experienced team members to develop their technical and project skills.Perform work in accordance with applicable project requirements, codes and standards.Assist the Lead Engineer to manage change within the project by advising him / her promptly of anything that varies the project scope, budget or schedule.Assist the Lead Engineer with preparation of cost, time and resource requirement estimates for nominated projects, scope changes or proposals.Provide timely and accurate discipline progress and forecasting data to the lead engineer as requested. Experience and Qualifications Required: Experienced in brownfield hydrocarbons EPC or EPCM environmentBachelor of Engineering degree from a recognised universityExperienced in the specification, testing, certification and operation of instrumentation for installation in hazardous areas on offshore production oil and gas facilitiesHave specific knowledge of Australian and / or European hazardous area standardsExperienced in the specification and purchase of pressure, temperature, level, flow and analytical measurement instrumentation as appropriate for applications in oil and gas facilitiesExperienced in the sizing and selection of control valves and relief valves and the design, specification and testing of shutdown and blowdown valves.
Amazon.com
Sydney
Amazon Web Services’ Technical Operations team (TechOps) is Amazon’s central defense against large-scale incidents as well as driving operational excellence across all of Amazon businesses. Our key offering to Amazon is best-in-class Incident Management. Our engineers are front-and-center in driving down event duration through experience in operational excellence, best current practices and incident management tools. We’re looking for engineers who have owned or participated in operational and incident management for at least one large-scale enterprise. You should have a passion for working with new technologies and are not afraid to exercise your creativity in pushing the boundaries of existing technologies. Running incident management for AWS is unique in that AWS supports more than 30% of the internet’s businesses, and our ability to identify and mitigate issues is the most important aspect of every Amazon employee. Because of our unique role, you will have limitless exposure to all things Amazon.TechOps engineers are encouraged to build solutions to problems while sharing the benefit of those solutions with other AWS service teams. This is an excellent opportunity to join one of Amazon’s world-class team of engineers, and work with some of the best and brightest while also developing your skills and career within one of the most dynamic, innovative and progressive technology companies anywhere.In addition to a stimulating and fun working environment, Amazon offers mentoring programs with experienced engineers, regular tech talks with technology Principals, and well-defined career paths for motivated engineers who want to contribute to our culture of operational excellence and persistent customer-focused technical innovation.Responsibilities· Provide critical support, incident response, and management to internal customers across all of Amazon including management of communications and coordination of service owners via conference calls· · Be a technology evangelist and use your deep knowledge to solve business problems· · Reduce mean time to resolution for all incident types· · Update and/or build world class listening systems· · Participate in Agile sprints to evolve business processes and technologies· · Get there first; be the first to detect and diagnose high-severity service-impacting events· · Identify and troubleshoot recurring platform issues and engage service owners to assist with resolution· · Automate tasks through creation and maintenance of scripts and tools· · Respond to and complete customer requests within SLA via a trouble ticketing system· · Take part in a “follow the sun” rotation split between Seattle, Dublin and Sydney sites, including weekends and holidays· · Create and review documentation, design new standard operating procedures· · Mentor peers in your areas of technical and operational strength· · Participate in the interviewing process
Trojan Recruitment Group
Sydney Parramatta & Western Suburbs
Global Company Ongoing role Blacktown location Trojan Recruitment Group is a leading national provider of recruitment services across both blue and white collar industries and prides itself on its well earned reputation and service. THE COMPANY We are currently working in partnership with a leading specialist company now part of a global group, who manufacture a variety of specialist industrial cleaning equipment including high pressure water cleaners and industrial vacuum systems. Due to current growth, an opportunity exists for an all-round Stores Person to join their Blacktown warehouse facility. THE ROLE Stores responsibilities include: General warehouse duties High Reach / Double Deep Forklift operation (Essential) Picking and packing Arranging the dispatch of machinery and parts as required Ensure goods are receipted and stored in their proper locations Container unloading as required Working within a team environment REQUIREMENTS Current LF Forklift License Current C Class drivers license Strong forklift driving experience - Double Deep skills essential A working knowledge of warehousing processes Mechanical / electrical aptitude (an advantage) Good English written & verbal communication skills High attention to detail and accuracy A proactive work ethic and the ability to "make things happen" Ability to prioritise / time management skills Ability to work in a team This is an ongoing position with hours of work between 8AM and 4PM Monday to Friday and offers a great hourly rate, friendly team environment and supportive management. This role will commence on an ongoing casual basis and offers opportunities for permanency for the right person. If you feel you meet the above criteria and would like to express your interest please forward your resume by clicking "Apply Now" or following the prompts on this page
Programmed
Sydney
Permanent Casual Mechanical/Structural Draftsperson Programmed Industrial Maintenance is a specialist provider of maintenance and project services with more than 1,200 employees and almost 20 years’ experience. We provide maintenance solutions to the manufacturing, resources, energy, infrastructure and public sectors across Australia. An outstanding opportunity has arisen within the division, for a Mechanical/Structural Draftsperson to join the team based in Penrith NSW on a Permanent Casual Basis. This integral role in the implementation of activities required to achieve performance outcomes in the areas of business development and sales. Reporting to the Operations Manager NSW Metro, this role: Promotes and develops a safety culture across the business. Contributes to the development of the Region’s growth through building positive relationships with clients. Will be capable of managing multiple project at the same time. Deliver Drawings in a timely manner to the appropriate project manager in charge of that job. Able to measure up in workshop/on-site for any projects requiring development of drawings. To be successful in this role you will have: Must have complete knowledge of Autocad/Inventor minimum 10 years’ experience. Mechanical Draftsman qualifications. Including structural drafting skills is preferred of heavy industry. A strong commitment to safety. Exceptional interpersonal communication skills with the ability to form strong customer and internal relationships. An in-depth knowledge of fabrication, minor capital works and project services to the manufacturing, mining, resources, energy and industrial sectors. In return, Programmed offers a supportive and safety-focused culture, development opportunities, and the chance to work on maintenance and shutdown projects all over Australia. If you value security, enjoy being rewarded for your efforts and above all else want to work for a company that is committed to returning you home safely every day, then Programmed is the place to be. To join the Programmed team, submit your application today using the “Apply for this job” button below. For more information, please contact Rebecca Morris on 02 4720 8503 during business hours.
Shell
QLD, Australia
**Auto req ID** 71133BR **Job Title** Asset Engineer **Country of Work Location** Australia **City, State (if applicable)** QLD **Work Location** Brisbane - George Street **Company Description** Your interest in working for Shell Australia is the first step towards a great career that focuses on securing an energy future for generations to come. Shell Australia can offer you a platform from which you can propel your career and work on projects as diverse as the game-changing Prelude FLNG, industry-leading QGC project in Queensland, or our range of upstream exploration and development opportunities. Shell has been in Australia since 1901. Today Shell Australia is focused largely in the upstream sector, especially in the exploration, development and production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and oil. **Job Description** This Asset Engineer position is a key role in our QGC Team, and isresponsible for supportingthe Asset Engineer - Lead and Asset Planning - Team Lead in execution of the QGC Upstream Delivery Process from initial release from developments, to putting the wells onto production within Central Processing Plant catchments, regions, blocks, or well clusters. The key deliverables and accountabilities of this role are: + Progression of both sanctioned and pre-sanction scope through the UDP process; specifically assisting with preparation and issue of documents requiring cross-functional review of development constraints + Optimisation of Concept Development scope through functional input at PACR to refine well locations, gathering alignments etc thereby reducing the risk of scope change late in the UDP process. Requires close liaison with Developments and Reservoir Engineering. + Facilitation of Survey, Engineering, Environmental Compliance, GIS and Land Access inputs to ensure timely issue of Access to Work (ATW) documentation. + Identifying constraints to Access to Work of individual property Lots, ensuring mitigations are actioned and issues minimised by early Project plan rescheduling. + Ensuring functional, assurance and permitting requirements for approving gathering systems and wells construction are understood, coordinated and delivered in support of Project execution and resultant gas profiles. + Execution planning and alignment of Project delivery stream priorities to ensure overall business plan objectives are met, and ensuring complete gas and water systems are optimised through execution and efficiently handed to operations. + Deriving value from coordination of the Project delivery streams, developing opportunities, ensuring completeness of scopes, and troubleshooting arising scope delivery issues. **Requirements** The candidate we are therefore seeking for this position, will have/be; + Substantial experience of supporting project management of gas projects, ideally unconventional gas projects. + Able to establish project execution strategies and plans. + Excellent communications skills, both written and oral, with the ability to challenge others in a constructive manner and negotiate with internal peers to influence decisions or ways of working. + Wide exposure of major project interfaces and challenges. + Able to lead the implementation of HSSE improvements. Crucial to the success of this role is the ability to work & lead effectively in/and across multi-functional teams and interface with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, based in various locations, whilst maintaining a high work level of work ethic, being able to work autonomously and being passionate about diving our company’s performance If you have these skills, relevant engineering qualifications and have the specialist competencies relevant to the petroleum, gas and energy sectors we would love to hear from you **No. of Positions** 1 **Disclaimer** Aboriginal candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Shell Australia is recognised as an employer of choice for women from the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA). At Shell we believe that every individual has something valuable to offer. We understand that the more diverse the workforce, the wider the variety of ideas we bring to the table. Shell values diversity and offers: flexible work schedules, work and family programs, health and wellness programs, employee networks and mentoring, plus great training and development The successful candidate should be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date. Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world. The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand. Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer. **Removal Date** 02-Mar-2018
Konnecting
Sydney, New South Wales
The CompanyOur client is a privately owned electrical construction company which have grown to become one of Australias leading building services groups. They are the leading provider of Heating/ Ventilation/ Air Conditioning (HVAC), Electrical, Data, Security and Technology services.The RoleIn this senior role, the successful candidate will be responsible for:- Development of the design documents required for the project millstones, i.e. tender, preliminary design, and workshop details.- Ensure the deliverables of the project in terms of design outcomes and end results are progressing and are on time.- Maintain and develop long term relationships with all levels within the organisation currently and with prospective clients.Key Result AreasOperational- All aspects of Mechanical Services design from initial concepts, design development and detailed design.- Development and delivery of detailed shop drawings, calculations, reports and information on time and within budget.- Confer with engineers, customers, and others to discuss existing or potential engineering projects and products.- Direct and coordinate manufacturing, construction, installation, maintenance, support, documentation, and testing activities to ensure compliance with specifications, codes, and customer requirements.- Perform detailed calculations to compute and establish manufacturing, construction, and installation standards and specifications.- Inspect completed installations and observe operations, to ensure conformance to design and equipment specifications and compliance with operational and safety standards.- Oversee project production efforts to assure projects are completed in accordance with engineering standards and codes, shop drawings, and technical requirements.- Develop budgets, estimating labor, material, and construction costs.Workplace Health and Safety and Quality- Report safety incidents, hazards and near misses within the prescribed timeframe to Line Manager- Comply with all prescribed company safety policies and procedures- Support Compliance with legal, professional and ethical standards in line with company policies.Relationship with Customer- Ability to effectively engage with project teams and provide direction, guidance in relation to technical matters, standards associated with the delivery of the projects- Experience in building relationships, understanding and meeting customer needs, whilst protecting company interests.The Ideal CandidateExperience- Experience working on specialised Mechanical Services projects- Hands on experience in Mechanical Services design, shop drawing development, design verification, engineering change management, document control and testing and commissioning processes.- Engineering background coupled with significant experience working on large scale commercial or light industrial projects in the construction environment.- Experience with Revit and AutoCAD.- Comprehensive experience and strong track record in delivering innovation.Competencies- Well-developed written and verbal communication skills with high levels of motivation and the ability to build and maintain strong business relationships- Proven financial acumen with exposure to reporting, managing costs and financial forecasting.- Strong focus to safety, quality and continuous improvement.- Excellent time management skills and the ability to manage, prioritise multiple activities/ project deliverablesQualifications- A diploma or degree in Engineering.- 7 years + experience and a strong track record in the project engineering and management and delivery of Mechanical Services engineering on large scale commercial projects.You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.How to ApplyIf you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below. Preferences would be someone with European Printing press background. Alteatively, you may email your application letter with resume to [Apply online] and quote reference # 2613344 in the email subject.About KonnectingKonnecting is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultancy that sources candidates for niche and specialist roles. We are also a registered migration agency that processes the Australian employer sponsored 457 visas.
Canberra / ACT
The Australian National University (ANU) provides the highest possible standards for education and intellectual leadership. Our ranking in the global top 20 is one of many characteristics that make us unique in Australia and valued resource for the nation through the breadth of our ongoing contribution to public policy and public life. The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is seeking to appoint a high performing and driven leader, manager and scholar to the role of Deputy Dean. Our breakthrough engineering and computer science research, incisive knowledge exchange transfer, and commercialisation of game-changing technologies are making significant contributions to a vibrant world economy and safer global community. The Deputy Dean will support and partner the Dean in the leadership and management of the College during an exciting period of change and growth as the College reimagines and custom builds a new type of engineering and computing for the future. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate success both in their current role and in their upward trajectory in academic leadership. They will be consultative and collaborative in their approach, offering strong ambassadorial skills. They will be a builder, motivated and dynamic, robust and engaging in their management of stakeholders. The appointee will be highly focussed on the successful operation of the College and its place at ANU and beyond. Although alignment with current disciplines of the College is preferred, the ANU is open to consideration of those with broader relevant academic engineering and computer science backgrounds. The University encourages consideration of the role by candidates from diverse backgrounds. For a confidential discussion and further information, please contact Dr Dennis Feeney, Partner, Odgers Berndtson on +61 2 8905 3722 or via email at ANUCECS@odgersberndtson.com Applications close on Sunday, 18th February 2018 at 11:55pm ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion
SMEC
Australia - Southern: Geelong
Exciting opportunity, Urban Engineering - residential housing land development projects in Melbourne. Smec has won a number of major projects and we are currently looking to ramp up our Urban Engineering and Design Offices to cater for the additional work load. About SMEC SMEC has joined forces with Singaporean based Surbana Jurong to provide global engineering and consultancy expertise in urban, infrastructure and management advisory. Our new partnership has created a talent pool of 13,000 dedicated people working across a network of 100 offices in 40 countries. SMEC employs passionate and innovative people who are driven to deliver exceptional outcomes and who want to feel valued in a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are committed to developing our people. We encourage them to see things differently, to be creative, to push boundaries and to work on a broad range of projects that help build a better future. Consistently recognised for technical excellence and design innovation, SMEC continues to receive industry awards and accolades from around the world. Engineering News Record (ENR) currently ranks SMEC in the top 50 of the ‘2016 Top 225 International Design Firms’ and 69th in the ‘2016 Top 150 Global Design Firms’. The role We are currently seeking 12D Civil Design Engineers OR 12D Civil Designers to contribute to the development and production of project deliverables in our Geelong offices on urban development projects. You will have developed a sound understanding of civil design principles and advanced skills using 12D model for the preparation of drawings. We are happy to receive applications from both degree qualified Civil Engineers, as well as Civil Designers (who typically would have a Diploma in Civil Engineering). Candidates should have at least 4 years’ experience working in residential housing land development in one of the Australian capital cities. In addition, ideal candidates should be able to demonstrate: Clear and effective communication skills 12D experience (must have experience in large scale subdivisional design) Proficient in 12D drainage network analysis Problem solving and analytic skills Ability to apply theoretical concepts to analyse and interpret information Ability to effectively manages one's time and workload Exposure within a professional working environment In return, SMEC offers you the benefits that come from working in a global multidisciplinary consultancy in an environment where your fresh ideas and enthusiasm will be welcomed and rewarded. How to apply All applications must be submitted online. To apply, click on the "Apply Now" link below and follow the prompts. For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact: David Wood | Senior Resourcing Specialist | SMEC – Australia & New Zealand Division | Level 10, 71 Queens Road, Melbourne, VIC, 3004, Australia | T +61 3 9869 0920 | E David.Wood@smec.com Notes SMEC is an equal opportunity employer. Diversity is a source of strength for our people, our clients, our partners and our communities. To find out more about SMEC, please visit our careers page at http://www.smec.com Currently, this role does not require Agency input. SMEC does not accept unsolicited resumes from Recruitment Agencies and is not responsible for any associated fees.
The University of Queensland
Brisbane, Queensland (Brisbane)
About the Role As Director of Advancement, you will lead the strategic development and execution of an ambitious and growing philanthropic program, providing leadership in the areas of philanthropy (including industry engagement to increase sponsorship and contract research), fundraising strategy, alumni and constituent engagement. You will be a talented and passionate fundraising professional or have similar experience, with the expertise to cultivate major gift prospects and secure significant philanthropic gifts. Your proven track record in people management and engaging with internal and external stakeholders at a senior level will be matched by your ability to embed a high performance culture that can deliver against highly sustainable fundraising outcomes. Senior fundraising professionals, or individuals with experience in high level relationship management, business development or sales roles resulting in a successful financial negotiation, are invited to apply for this pivotal position.
85000 to 120000
AustCorp
All Sydney > Sydney
Manufacturer of sophisticated automation systems Global presence Entrepreneurial company The Company: As a world leader in automation control we have a broad capacity to provide systems and solutions using a diverse range of products and components. We offer the industry’s most advanced, high quality products, meeting our customers’ needs with both consumer products and complete commercial applications inside and outside the manufacturing industry. We are a global organisation who takes pride in working with customers to create effective, cost-efficient solutions. We now, due to growth in our NSW market, require a technical sales specialist to join our team.The Role: Reporting to the state sales manager, your role will be to sell and promote our advanced products like machine vision systems, sensors, drives, controllers and data loggers for the use of production process, including inventory and production control, communication networks, discrete manufacturing, quality control and integration. You will meet the needs of our customers with in the Automotive, OEM and general industrial markets with a high level of technical aptitude as well as providing a complete service and solution to our highly regarded clients.The Candidate: You will have at least 2-5 years sales experience selling automation, controls or instrumentation. You will have a proven track record in sales into the above mentioned markets with ability to source new business whilst maintaining existing client relationships with our current clients via strong communication and negotiation skills. Candidates with an electrical qualification or equivalent trade experience will be highly regarded.On Offer:Not only will you be on a path to success, the high road to continuous improvement, we offer you a competitive salary to match your experience and skills. A base salary circa $85k + Super + Bonus + FMCV plus all the tools of the trade is on offer.
Various; $150-250K++
Stellar Recruitment
Perth All Perth
Contracts and Procurement. Various seniorities; Senior, Principal, Superintendent (Contracts Manager) Residential positions in South Australia Leading Mining Organisation Responsible for $500M+ of contracts About the Opportunities:Contracts and Procurement. Senior, Principal Superintendent (Contracts Manager) for a leading mining company.PLEASE NOTE: The positions are residential in Adelaide (one of the Senior and Principal roles is FIFO to site in South Australia, point of hire Adelaide). Relocation assistance will be provided as required. Overview of the Roles: Driving world class contract management performance. Duties include: Develop and execute contracting strategies across the major mining projects. Lead and mentor customers and stakeholders by setting clear expectations, regular communication and engagement with respect to supply chain activities An overriding commitment to health, safety, environment responsibility and sustainable development. Provides leadership and direction functional expertise, mentoring, coaching and guidance to the team whilst fostering a positive team culture Manages multiple stakeholder relationships. Leads and influences the selection and implementation of commercial models in support of various project delivery models Skills & Experience: Must have 10+ years with end-to-end contracts experience for all the positions Extensive experience working for Owners team on major Mining or Oil & Gas projects and operations Strong leadership capability (Engage, Develop, Problem Solve, Learn and Adapt, Lead Change and manage risk) Advanced tendering and sourcing knowledge and capability Advanced contract negotiation and management Advanced dispute resolution skills Strong presentation skills Benefits:Various depending upon position and experience: $150K-250K++
Sydney, Any, Australia
Amazon Web Services' Technical Operations team (TechOps) is Amazon's central defense against large-scale incidents as well as driving operational excellence across all of Amazon businesses. Our key offering to Amazon is best-in-class Incident Management. Our engineers are front-and-center in driving down event duration through experience in operational excellence, best current practices and incident management tools. We're looking for engineers who have owned or participated in operational and incident management for at least one large-scale enterprise. You should have a passion for working with new technologies and are not afraid to exercise your creativity in pushing the boundaries of existing technologies. Running incident management for AWS is unique in that AWS supports more than 30% of the internet's businesses, and our ability to identify and mitigate issues is the most important aspect of every Amazon employee. Because of our unique role, you will have limitless exposure to all things Amazon.TechOps engineers are encouraged to build solutions to problems while sharing the benefit of those solutions with other AWS service teams. This is an excellent opportunity to join one of Amazon's world-class team of engineers, and work with some of the best and brightest while also developing your skills and career within one of the most dynamic, innovative and progressive technology companies anywhere.In addition to a stimulating and fun working environment, Amazon offers mentoring programs with experienced engineers, regular tech talks with technology Principals, and well-defined career paths for motivated engineers who want to contribute to our culture of operational excellence and persistent customer-focused technical innovation.Responsibilities• Provide critical support, incident response, and management to internal customers across all of Amazon including management of communications and coordination of service owners via conference calls• • Be a technology evangelist and use your deep knowledge to solve business problems• • Reduce mean time to resolution for all incident types• • Update and/or build world class listening systems• • Participate in Agile sprints to evolve business processes and technologies• • Get there first; be the first to detect and diagnose high-severity service-impacting events• • Identify and troubleshoot recurring platform issues and engage service owners to assist with resolution• • Automate tasks through creation and maintenance of scripts and tools• • Respond to and complete customer requests within SLA via a trouble ticketing system• • Take part in a "follow the sun" rotation split between Seattle, Dublin and Sydney sites, including weekends and holidays• • Create and review documentation, design new standard operating procedures• • Mentor peers in your areas of technical and operational strength• • Participate in the interviewing processBASIC QUALIFICATIONS Primary Qualifications• A degree in Computer Science or at least two years relevant experience in a large-scale online technical operations environment• • Knowledge of the Linux operating system and good understanding of networking concepts• • Excellent troubleshooting skills and a commitment to document findings• • Knowledge of best current practice frameworks (ITIL, COBIT), particularly incident, problem and change management• • Development/scripting skills in at least one interpreted language (e.g. Perl/Python/Ruby) as well as shell. Working knowledge of a compiled language is a plus• • Understanding of routing protocols to help facilitate troubleshooting and remediation of networking issues• • Experience in Agile/Scrum or related collaborative workflow• • Excellent English language written and verbal communication skills to facilitate efficient and effective interaction with peers and customers• • Confidence to initiate, drive, and manage company-wide conference calls• • Effective organizational skills to maintain a consistently high standard of operations in a busy environmentPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS • Experience driving collaborative projects from conception to delivery• • The ability to maintain a high level of alertness and attention to detail for extended periods• • Experience dealing effectively with customers during problem resolution and operating efficiently under pressure• • Effective prioritization and time managementSalary: . Date posted: 02/16/2018 07:38 PM
Workforce Solutions
Brisbane, AU
One of our Major Clients on the South side of Brisbane are currently looking for Qualified tradesman to join their existing team of Mechanical/Diesel Fitters & Heavy Vehicle Mechanics, for a number of positions they have available in their Final Fit out Department.We are looking for a long-term candidate who has -Trade Qualification (Mechanical/Diesel Fitter & Heavy Vehicle Mechanics)Full PPE requiredOwn tools requiredHydraulic, Pneumatic experience is highly beneficial What you will be doing -Fitting Hydraulic Lines & ComponentsDoing final fit out on all Brand new Earth moving AttachmentsThis is position could lead to permanent for the right candidate If this sounds like you, or perhaps somebody you know, apply now or call me for an interview and we will arrange the right time to see you!Reece BradleyLead RecruiterWorkforce Solutions- 3875 0000