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EOI: Electrical Engineer (Design Authority) - Including 3 Years in Cherbourg, France

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Disciplines: Civil Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Remuneration: $ per annum

Location: Adelaide

Type: Full Time

Posted: 09/06/2020

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Naval Group Australia (NGA) has one singular focus - to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for our country.

We now seek expressions of interest from Electrical Engineers to live and work in France for a 3 year period before transferring back to Australia.

These Electrical Engineering positons play a pivotal role in the establishment of the Attack Class Submarine design, with specific responsibility for the electrical studies and participation in the functional and physical integration of electrical systems within the submarine.

As we continue this complex undertaking, the opportunity exists to contribute to a program of national significance and work with some of the brightest engineers in both France and Australia.

To support your application, you will have:

  • Bachelor Degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering;
  • Exposure to a naval platform systems environment; or
  • Transferable engineering design experience from another industry;
  • Any experience across battery technology, HV DC or AC distribution.
  • Knowledge of simulation tools;
  • A collaborative approach and strong interpersonal skills.

These roles will be based in Cherbourg, France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia thereafter.

The successful engineers will be part of a significant transfer of technology by Naval Group Australia and form part of our Design Authority team currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.

You must be an Australian citizen eligible to attain an NV1 Australian Defence Security Clearance.

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in establishing your suitability for these roles.

Take your engineering career to the next level. Click ‘apply now’ to #getonboard.

For more information on the time spent in France – please connect with Travis Hillman at Naval Group Australia.

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