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Senior Technical Officer - Automated Systems Maintenance

As a Senior Technical Officer (Automated Systems Maintenance) you would monitor/validate/evaluate automated equipment and systems, manage risk, develop and manage maintenance programs, and provide technical advice.

Summary of Training

  • Use engineering applications software on personal computers
  • Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
  • Write specifications for automated systems projects
  • Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities
  • Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems
  • Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline
  • Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components
  • Solve problems in d.c. circuits
  • Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
  • Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures
  • Solve problems in multiple path extra low voltage (ELV) a.c. circuits
  • Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report
  • Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems
  • Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work
  • Provide solutions to extra low voltage (ELV) electro-pneumatic control systems and drives
  • Manage automated control systems projects
  • Plan automated and control systems projects
  • Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector
  • Apply Quality Systems To Work
  • Maintain Quality Systems within the Team
  • Monitor the implementation of the enterprise's production-maintenance quality control procedures
  • Manage people performance
  • Facilitate continuous improvement
  • Build and sustain an innovative work environment
  • Ensure team effectiveness
  • Maintain documentation
  • Provide quotations for installation or service jobs
  • Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems
  • Analyse static and dynamic parameters of electrotechnology/utilities equipment
  • Select drive components for electrical equipment design
  • Analyse materials for suitability in electrical equipment
  • Design electrical machine drives and production layout plans
  • Contribute to risk management in electrotechnology systems
  • Design and develop modifications for LV electrical machines
  • Assess electronic apparatus compliance
  • Design and develop electronics - computer systems projects
  • Design electronic control systems
  • Set up controls on complex fluid systems
  • Set up electronically controlled mechanically operated complex systems
  • Set up electronically controlled robotically operated complex systems
  • Design a computer based control system


 

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Senior Technical Officer - Automated Systems Maintenance - UEE61111
NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT
Full Time

(Nominal Duration)

48 mths 60 mths
Part Time
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