Position Details Advertised Job Title: ELECTRICAL/HVAC TECHNICIAN Reference Number: 50069694 Classification: SCT 2.1 - 3.4 Salary Range: $67,052 - $88,114 Location: CDSCC Tidbinbilla ACT Tenure: Indefinite May be provided to the successful candidate Relocation Assistance: Australian Citizens Only Residency Status: Role Overview: The position of Electrical/HVAC technician , part of the Facilities team, works under limited direction and with limited supervision and performs installation works, supervises and mentors apprentices, performs routine maintenance tasks, modifications and fault repair of complex antenna and building power systems. The Electrical/HVAC Technician has varying levels of responsibilities, determined in consultation with the ASF Manager, across these areas: supervise apprentices and perform maintenance task specialist support in power and HVAC systems maintenance and technical planning Facilities project and contractor management support. Duties: SUPERVISE APPRENTICES AND PERFORM MAINTENANCE TASKS Perform maintenance and fault repair on power and HVAC systems: o perform fault diagnosis of complex systems and installation/commissioning of complex systems o supervision of external routine maintenance contractors on site o responding to faults, complaints and incident reports o liaising with internal and external customers and staff o provide supervision and mentoring of Electrical and HVAC apprentices. Use established reporting tools and procedures to provide comprehensive management reports, as requested to ASF Manager. Effective communication, both orally and in writing, on technical and non-technical matters at Team and individual levels across the Complex. SPECIALIST SUPPORT IN POWER AND HVAC SYSTEMS Provide specialist assistance on technical systems, including, o power generation and distribution systems o HVAC Systems o BMS, SCADA and PLC systems o participate in installation work o assisting in development of technical standards where necessary o operate powerhouse (following training) . MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL PLANNING Assist in maintenance and technical planning in the Facilities and the Complex as a whole: o participate in design and downtime readiness reviews and acceptance testing with Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Goldstone Deep Space Communication Complex (GDSCC) and Madrid Deep Space Communication Complex (MDSCC) o participate in and provide support for performance testing, data capture and analysis to assist with JPL development work and anomaly resolution o providing local support and facilitate the coordination, implementation and testing of JPL engineered solutions o technology assessment and practical evaluation, contributing to specification preparation for future enhancements and planning for future upgrades o use Reliability Centre Maintenance (RCM) and Computerised Maintenance and Management System (CMMS) based tools to maintain and improve where possible maintenance efficiencies and reliability of systems o participate in planning meetings, scheduling tasks and allocating task priorities. FACILITIES PROJECT AND CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT SUPPORT: Provide support for ASF project and configuration management, including o supervising contract staff on site on specific project tasks o arranging and providing costings, quotes and orders for minor project Selection Criteria: Please note: Under CSIRO policy only applicants who meet all the essential criteria can be appointed Pre-Requisite 1. Technical trade qualification in an electrical discipline. 2. Hold an Unrestricted ACT Electrical Licence. 3. Current unencumbered driver’s licence. Essential Criteria: 1 Three years post trade experience working in an industrial type maintenance or operations environment. 2 Experience in HVAC, PLC and Industrial Control systems. 3 A demonstrated ability to foster teamwork and develop effective working relationships as part of a diverse, multidisciplinary team (e.g. engineers, technicians and operations staff). 4 Proficiency with Microsoft Office products. Desirable Criteria 1. Post trade qualifications in an electrical/HVAC discipline. 2. Ability to exercise sound judgment and act on initiative in routine matters and when required CSIRO is a values based organisation. In your application and at interview you will need to demonstrate behaviours aligned to our values of: Integrity of excellent science Building trust and respect each day Initiative to explore new horizons Delivering on commitments Safety and sustainability Other Information: How to Apply: Please apply for this position online at www.csiro.au/careers. You may be asked to provide additional information (online) relevant to the selection criteria. If so, then responding will enhance your application so please take the time to provide relevant succinct answers. Applicants who do not provide the information when requested may not be considered. If you experience difficulties applying online call 1300 301 509 and someone will be able to assist you. Outside business hours please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Referees: If you do not already have the names and contact details of two previous supervisors or academic / professional referees included in your resume/CV please add these before uploading your CV. Contact: If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Tim LeMesurier by email at Tim.LeMesurier@csiro.au or by phone at 02 6201 7800 Please do not email your application directly to Mr LeMesurier. Applications received via this method will not be considered. About CSIRO: Australia is founding its future on science and innovation. Its national science agency, CSIRO is a powerhouse of ideas, technologies and skills for building prosperity, growth, health and sustainability. It serves governments, industries, business and communities across the nation. Find out more! www.csiro.au.
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