$101,955 - $115,005 (plus super)
• Join a supportive team with other highly talented colleagues
• Work collaboratively to solve complex problems in naval acquisition and sustainment projects
• Enjoy personal and professional development opportunities through rewarding career paths.
If you are looking for a challenging career that makes a difference, perhaps a role in the Department of Defence working on Australia’s most complex Defence naval capabilities is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for?
Whether you are looking to start your journey in engineering or you are a seasoned System Safety/Certification engineer, we are looking for capable, flexible and bold problem solvers to jump into a range of challenging and rewarding roles.
The Australian Government is laying the foundations for a nationwide naval shipbuilding enterprise to support the implementation of the Naval Shipbuilding Plan. The Plan outlines the Australian Government’s vision for the Australian naval shipbuilding enterprise and the significant investment required in coming decades. Modernisation of our naval forces is a complex, national endeavour aimed at building and sustaining Australia’s naval capabilities. It will create economic growth through Australian industry involvement and in securing Australian jobs for future generations through a continuous naval shipbuilding industry.
The Department of Defence will play a critical role in establishing the naval ship building enterprise over the next two decades, and that is why we are calling for applications from talented, motivated and skilled people to drive this critical Government agenda.
The following position is currently available:
CASG/00199/20 Executive Level 1 $101,955 - $115,005 (plus 15.4% super)
Engineer Professional – Safety/Certification - (Adelaide, SA)
In addition to the duty statement outlined below, the Safety/Certification role generally undertakes the following activities:
• Engaging with stakeholders in support of System Safety and/or Certification Programs.
• Investigate system safety and/or certification engineering concepts.
• Coordinate and manage the system safety engineering and certification program and resources in support of the Defence materiel capability lifecycle.
• Review System Safety and/or Certification deliverables in support of Project delivery.
• Investigate, analyse, review and report on the system safety engineering and/or certification program and develop and implement recommendations and advice to address issues.
• Manage the development of the Safety Case (including all supporting evidence and importantly the Safety Case Report) ensuring that the risks associated with safety hazards have been mitigated so far as reasonably practical.
In addition to being involved in building Australia’s future naval fleet, you will also have access to generous and attractive working conditions as an Australian Public Servant in Defence.
Working for Defence:
Defence will support you in balancing work life with family and other priorities. You can access a variety of flexible working arrangements, including part-time work, occasionally working from home and working hours that aren’t always nine to five. There are also competitive remuneration packages that may respond to industry variations and include generous superannuation arrangements.
Defence will make a superannuation contribution of 15.4 per cent, higher than most industries, with the opportunity for you to make additional personal contributions. Defence is an inclusive employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce brings to the Department. We have a number of communities across Defence that promote inclusive practices and provide employees the opportunity to participate in a range of events.
You will be eligible to access a range of work-life balance and career benefits including:
• free access to gymnasium facilities in many of our locations
• quality training, mentoring and support to grow your career
• personal and professional development opportunities to grow your career
• the opportunity to work with sophisticated and leading-edge technologies
• four weeks annual leave, with the option to purchase an additional four weeks leave
• three weeks personal/carers leave if you are unwell or need to care for others in your family/household
• three months long service leave after meeting the qualifying period
• 14 weeks maternity, adoption or fostering leave
• five weeks paid Defence Force Reserve leave
• additional leave days, including a stand down over the Christmas and New Year period and other public holidays
• other leave to support compassionate, bereavement or unexpected circumstances.
Application Closing Date: Monday 2 March 2020
For further information please review the job information pack, reference CASG/00199/20 on www.defence.gov.au/apscareers
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