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Aurecon Save Job Aurecon brings ideas to life to design a better future. Imagining what is possible, we turn problems into solutions. We provide advisory, design, delivery and asset management services on projects across the globe. Using ingenuity, innovation, and technology we seek to unravel complexity, create clarity and invent new value for clients. In partnership with these clients we enhance communities with projects that are diverse and globally recognised for engineering and technical excellence by independent industry awards.Fostering human achievement is one of the driving forces behind our success, and we empower our teams to deliver our vision. Our strategies for 2018 and beyond are already creating outstanding opportunities for likeminded industry professionals to join our high performing teams across all facets of our business.Aurecon’s global Infrastructure team provides expertise across many key markets, including bridges and structures, rail, roads, tunnels, airports, land and water. We are currently inviting applications from Senior Signalling Engineers or from individuals with similar extensive industry experience to join our high performing and well regarded signalling team located in Docklands. This role will be offered on a permanent staff basis with outstanding career fulfillment opportunity.The Role You will be a self starter with 20+yrs experience in Railway Signalling Design. You will enjoy working in a vibrant team environment, contributing to the technical development of our lesser experienced team members. You will currently hold either of the MTM roles; Signal Principles Design Engineer or Signal Senior Design Engineer. You may currently hold either of the MTM roles; Signal Principles Test Engineer or Signal Senior Test Engineer. You will be flexible and able to work in project offices in various locations. What can Aurecon offer you? At Aurecon, we are committed to fostering a culture that empowers our people, encourages sustainability and promotes team work and work life balance. We offer an attractive remuneration package along with the opportunity to work alongside a world class peer group on high profile projects, together with a rewarding career experience within our large and diverse organisation. We support flexible work practices, including generous parental leave provisions, demonstrating an unwavering commitment as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality.To express your interest in joining Aurecon please hit the "Apply Now" button below.
Review work site specifications and ensuring quality and efficiency control and meeting deadlines.Deliver performance expectations and set appropriate targets for field operations.Promote and lead Health, Safety Environment and Quality systemsTertiary qualified within Civil Engineering or equivalentPalpable and effective project operations management experience and capability with at least 3 + years experienceExperienced in leading projects and managing budget constraints and multiple stakeholders
Sydney, North West & Hills District
Uniting Early Learning is the third largest provider of children's services in NSW. We provide quality education and care services to over 6,000 children each year. Our goal of 'nurturing confident and creative learners' is the primary focus of all that we do across our Long Day Care, Preschool, Occasional Care, Outside School Hours Care and Integrated Child and Family Centres. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Full time Early Childhood Teacher to join our service at Sarahs Place in Hornsby. This role will see you responsible for the development, planning and implementation of an appropriate educational program as well as maintaining child records and standards of health and safety. Essential Criteria Approved Degree/Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood) Approved first aid qualification Supervisor Certificate Relevant child protection clearance i.e. Working With Children Check Demonstrated knowledge of the National Quality Standard and experience implementing a quality educational program Demonstrated knowledge and experience of current practices in early childhood programs Understanding of diversity and inclusive practice Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate a team Effective written and verbal communication skills Commitment to working within the values of UnitingCare Children, Young People and Families. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity. Apply today! All applicants will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check clearance from the Commission for Children and Young People under the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998. It is illegal for Prohibited Persons to apply. Please refer to the below website for further information: company website Uniting Communities' is a Safeguarding Children accredited organisation. We are committed to ensuring the safety, welfare and wellbeing of all children and young people who come into contact with our services. We are also proud to be an EEO Employer and are committed to principles of Diversity
magniX is changing the culture of transport.magniX is leading energy innovation to deliver cost effective electrification and decarbonisation of our world by developing ground breaking patented superconductor and permanent magnet propulsion systems underpinned by magniflux™ technology.magniX seeks a driven, highly motivated and experienced Senior Power Electronics Engineer to accelerate the introduction of magniX’s propulsion products to market. This appointment will lead a multidisciplinary engineering team delivering power electronics solutions for aircraft applications. The successful candidate will lead all aspects of solution delivery including specification, design and prototyping as well as testing, certification and manufacture.The role requires experience and expertise in the following areas: hardware and firmware development for motor controllers in airborne applications and product development lifecycles for safety critical applications. Familiarity with aircraft certification requirements, guidelines and testing is a plus. • Develop lightweight, multiphase inverters for aerospace applications from 100kW – 1 MW – primarily driving the hardware implementation;• Contribute to Gate Driver Architectures and circuit design for MOSFET, Si IGBT and SiC devices• Propulsion system mindset demonstrations, showing understanding of challenges and presents solutions on all systems aspects: motor, battery storage, cooling unit….• EMI filters and design for inverters, motor drives and DC/DC converters;• Define requirements for motor control software/firmware;• Hardware design for certification in airborne systems according to DO-254 and testing according to DO-160G;• Interfacing hardware components including control systems, actuators, voltage and current sensors, power analysers, encoders and vehicle management units;• Develop, test and validate inverter designs in laboratory tests and in the field;• Prepare and review technical documentation for power systems designs, specifications, test plans and reports;• Perform circuit and/or power system design and integration at circuit board, enclosure, and system level;• Develop and implement best practices in hardware reliability engineering;• Develop and support regulatory, certification and manufacturing plans for magniX products;• Design, construction and testing of power electronics circuits, including hardware and software;• Setup and testing of motor/generator/inverter prototypes including developing test procedures, measurement and reporting;• Patent filing experience, idea generation, ability to check attorney’s drafting,• Modelling using Matlab/Simulink and PCB layouts with Altium; Basic Qualifications: BE degree or MASTERS degree in electrical engineering / power electronics with at least 8 years of related experience.Significant mobile motor controller/inverter product design (full lifecycle) experience, ideally in the 100kW+ power range.Experience with motor control systems including field oriented control and vector control.Application of MOSFET, Si IGBT and SiC technology. Knowledge and use of power semiconductor ratings, packages and chip technologies.Knowledge voltage insulation testing and safety.Thermal desing experienceSoftware skills: Matlab/Simulink, office suite.Experience in product development for aerospace advantageous.If you have experience with airborne systems certification requirements, guidelines and testing (FAR Part 23 & 33, ASTM F39 & F44, RTCA DO-160G, DO-178C, DO-254), it would be preferred.EMI/EMC compliance testing and power electronics certification.Technical writing skills to create engineering documentation within a certification and quality framework.Demonstrated experience in technical leadership and mentoring.Sound planning and project management skills.Interpersonal, listening and negotiating skills.Ability to lead and motivate a team in the achievement of common goals.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Demonstrated interest in electric propulsion.
As a Rail Project Engineer your responsibilities include: Provide Engineering support to internal and external stakeholders in accordance with technical issues and design reviews.Elaborate technical reports, drawings, manuals and documents for tendering.Resolve technical difficulties and identify the root cause of issues with products and systems, in order to implement corrective actions.Monitor product and service quality to report to the Quality Department.Assure the engineering development works meet new applications, performance and development of new prototypes. The successful candidate will have:Bachelor Degree recognised by Engineers Australia in Mechanical, Mechatronic or Rail Engineering.Sound knowledge in Braking system for the rail industry.Proven record of problem solving skills in previous roles.High level of attention to detailExperienced within design, specifically SolidWorks.Strong written and oral communication skillsCapable of multi-tasking and adhering to tight deadlinesProficiency with Microsoft Office
Contact Sam Edwards - 0396424066 Manage a large, successful team MTM/ARTC competency essential Your new company This global engineering company have a well-established and high quality reputation in the rail industry. Their expertise includes network planning and operational modelling, systems engineering, asset management, track & civil, signals & communications, overhead and traction power engineering. Your new role You’ll lead an established team of motivated professional in the field of signalling design. Your role will include: Develop rail signalling capability Build and manage the rail signalling team and consulting capabilities, including developing client relationships Lead projects including signalling, train control, signal power supplies, cabling systems, infrastructure and communication systems What you'll need to succeed You’ll be a motivated and ambitious professional with extensive industry experience and the ability to lead and manage large teams in a fast paced commercial environment. Degree qualified Electronic/Electrical Engineer with at least 10-15 years' experience in rail signalling systems. MTM and/or ARTC relevant Statement of Competency A track record in delivering projects to a high level of the following: quality / time / budget / client satisfaction What you'll get in return You’ll take a high profile position in a company at the forefront of it’s specialist industry. They offer a genuinely positive and professional working culture with demonstrable work/life balance. There are excellent resources and support available for continued professional development. Highly competitive salary for the right candidate. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0396424066 for a confidential discussion.
Senior Track Engineer required for a long term contract with a government agency. Your new company Sydney Trains has 10000 staff and was established in July 2013. Its vision is to Keep Sydney Moving by putting the customer at the centre of everything it does and delivering safe, reliable and clean rail services to the people of Sydney. The organisation is focused on providing sustainable, efficient and cost effective services. Sydney Trains has a 'make it happen' culture where each individual accepts both a personal and shared responsibility for being innovative, for making a difference and for developing organisational capability. Joining Sydney Trains presents an exciting opportunity to shape the future of rail services in Sydney and make a genuine difference for the people of NSW by providing the rail system they deserve. Your new role Track Engineer is required to join the network maintenance division and is responsible for: Providing a high level of engineering and technical advice, ensuring the safe an reliable operation of the rail network Evaluating the track asset condition reports and data to ensure major risks are identified and managed Ensuring the technical integrity of track assets, compliance to engineering standards, identification ad control of key risks, incident investigation and track safety assurance What you'll need to succeed To be successful you will have: A tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering or related discipline Proven experience in rail track asset management, maintenance, construction and commissioning Demonstrable ability to research and analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to apply A thorough understanding of maintenance engineering principles including relevant legislation, standards and codes of practice Experience in asset management and maintenance planning Effective oral and written communication skills A NSW driving license is required. What you'll get in return A long term contract with a government agency with lucrative day rates on offer. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Clare. Weston@hays.com.au , or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
The primary purpose of the role is to report and liaise with the Senior Project Engineer to support with multiple rail infrastructure projects and administrative management. Client Details An industry leader that operates in various sectors of engineering across the ANZ and SEA market, with an unrivalled presence in rail construction and tunneling. Description Review work site specifications and ensuring quality and efficiency control and meeting deadlines. Deliver performance expectations and set appropriate targets for field operations. Promote and lead Health, Safety Environment and Quality systems Profile Tertiary qualified within Civil Engineering or equivalent Palpable and effective project operations management experience and capability with at least 3 + years experience Experienced in leading projects and managing budget constraints and multiple stakeholders Job Offer An opportunity to build your career in a multi-disciplined environment Competitive remuneration package reflective of experience Development of a healthy work-life balance culture To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Peter Tran on +61 3 8640 3139.
Contact Sam Edwards - 0396424066 Manage a large, successful team MTM/ARTC competency essential Your new company This global engineering company have a well-established and high quality reputation in the rail industry. Their expertise includes network planning and operational modelling, systems engineering, asset management, track & civil, signals & communications, overhead and traction power engineering. Your new role You’ll lead an established team of motivated professional in the field of signalling design. Your role will include: Develop rail signalling capability Build and manage the rail signalling team and consulting capabilities, including developing client relationships Lead projects including signalling, train control, signal power supplies, cabling systems, infrastructure and communication systems What you'll need to succeed You’ll be a motivated and ambitious professional with extensive industry experience and the ability to lead and manage large teams in a fast paced commercial environment. Degree qualified Electronic/Electrical Engineer with at least 10-15 years' experience in rail signalling systems. MTM and/or ARTC relevant Statement of Competency A track record in delivering projects to a high level of the following: quality / time / budget / client satisfaction What you'll get in return You’ll take a high profile position in a company at the forefront of it’s specialist industry. They offer a genuinely positive and professional working culture with demonstrable work/life balance. There are excellent resources and support available for continued professional development. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to email@example.com or call 0396424066 for a confidential discussion.
Forward Thinking and Supportive Management Dedication to High Quality Care & Education Excellent Staff Retention and Stability ECT job in Exceeding rated childcare in Northern Beaches. Focus on quality care and excellent resources Your new company This high quality child care centre located in the Northern Beaches, Sydney, is looking for a strong ECT who can help lead their preschool room. The centre boasts an environmentally conscious philosophy, with a focus on environmentally friendly resources and materials. The Director has a wealth of experience in the childcare sector and believes in empowering educators and giving them the freedom to use their own ideas and style of teaching, within the guidelines of the EYLF. The centre received an Exceeding rating at Assessment and Rating and are keen to maintain their excellent reputation for education and care, within the local community. The organisation has recently opened a 2nd service and are looking for motivated and dedicated educators who are looking to progress their career, to join their team. Your new role As the ECT co-Room Leader in the preschool you will be responsible for programming and planning an engaging school readiness program. You will also be confident and passionate about mentoring other educators, as well as collaborating with the wider team to create consistency and smooth transitions across the centre. This role can be flexible with working 4 long days or 5 shorter days across the week. The centre boats excellent staff retention, so you will have the opportunity to work in a supportive and positive environment, where you can continue to grow your career as an Early Childhood Teacher. What you'll need to succeed Early Childhood Teacher degree (ACECQA approved) A passion for sustainability and environmentally conscious practices Ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment Strong interpersonal and leadership skills What you'll get in return Work for a forward thinking organisation, that values your input Above award salary Dedication to high quality practices Future internal career progression opportunities within growing company 4 or 5 days full time work – depending on your preference Supportive and positive team environment What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. Luke McHugh T: 02 8226 9822 E: firstname.lastname@example.org If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.