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Civil 12D Design engineer
HAYS, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria
Civil 12D Design Engineer CBD Consultancy Your new company My client has a diverse range of contracts and specialises within Greenfield Subdivision in the heart of Melbourne CBD. This consultancy is one of the highest regarded specialist consultancies which is how they have retained such a loyal client based. This promising engineering consultancy has a strong market reputation for being innovative, time and cost effective, progressive and at the forefront of their field. Your new role Assist Engineers and Project Managers as required Understand the project design brief as informed by the Project Manager To obtain and understand design requirements as stated in the Planning Permit and Service Authority conditions and liaising with Services Authorities to resolve same. Understand and use appropriate design standards and specifications, guidelines, manuals, quality and process controls. Design roads and drainage systems, water and sewer reticulation systems in accordance with best practice, the Responsible Authority’s standards, the design brief and the Company quality processes. Maintain all Quality Records and IMS controlled process requirements Liaise with sub-consultants as required Provide digital information as required, to Service Authorities, sub-consultants, marketing agents and Clients. Assist and direct draftsperson in the preparation of Engineering and marketing plans Carry out computations, preparation of catchment and concept plans, maintain files and records in an orderly manner, and in accordance with theCompany IMS and Quality. Assurance processes Attend Engineering project status meetings as required Maintain design standards and make recommendations to Engineering, Project and IMS Works closely with key staff to facilitate outstanding client outcomes through effective problem solving and communication. Contributes to team discussions as required. Uphold Company values and contribute positively to the Company team and the timely, professional delivery of Client projects. Promotes a culture of health and safety across the business. Ensures that systems are in place to promote safe ways of working, and foster a culture of incident identification and reporting, as well as continuous improvement. What you'll need to succeed Bachelor of Civil Engineering or equivalent relevant experience Minimum of 3 years design experience Demonstrated experience in the design of relevant projects including: Road & Drainage Design Bulk Earthwork Design Stormwater & Flood Analysis Pavement Design Vehicle Turning Path Design Competent in the use of AutoCAD, 12D, Drains, Music 6, Hec-Ras, Circly 6, Vehicle Tracking, Microsoft Office, Australian Standards, AR&R, Austroads, ARQ, WSUD, Local Government Design Manuals Understanding of relevant Australian Standards, State and Local Government policies and guidelines. Problem solving and decision-making skills Knowledge and application of Civil engineering codes, construction standards, specs, procedures and construction techniques What you'll get in return You will join a supportive and collaborative team where the average stay of their employees is no less than a decade. This consultancy knows how to invest in their teams by generously offering to provide for their professional development all along their career. My client is known to offer well above market attractive packages. This consultancy has a unique relationship with the developers they work with, a real partnership which give engineers a say and influence into the product. 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 Kimberley.patronhays.com.au, or call 0481 545 905. LHS 297508 2513556
Warehouse Traineeship (progress to sales) Truganina
MEGT, Truganina, Melton Area, VIC
MEGT Australia (Ltd) make's apprenticeships and traineeships happen This is an opportunity to gain full time, paid work whilst working towards a Nationally recognised qualification The Client Our client provides engineered products, services and solutions to diverse markets in Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia, employing over 1300 people. Their success is founded on a large portfolio of market leading products, well established networks, continuous innovation, Australian manufacturing facilities and extensive sales and distribution capabilities. Key customer sectors are mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture and automotive. About the role Reporting to the Branch Manager, your day to day responsibilities will include, but not limited to; Stock control and Management in a warehouse environment Pick, pack and despatch stock Organise business resources and equipment Provide sales assistance and customer service Coordinate and make delivering in a work vehicle Contribute to the overall objectives of the team Operate a forklift This role will enable you to build your knowledge of the company and its products within a Warehouse Environment. On successful completion of a Warehousing qualification, stand out applicants will be given the opportunity to progress into a Business Qualification and be promoted into a Sales Consultant position. About you To be successful in this role you will have; An interest in the mechanical or automotive fields (desirable) Ability to solve practical problems effectively Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can do attitude, including having a desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level or above A keen eye for detail Good computer skills including knowledge of the basic MS Office Suite and capabilities in using Excel/spread sheeting (highly desirable) Ability to commit to a 12 month traineeship. Drivers Licence is a must The Successful candidate will be required to undergo a drug and alcohol screen. Benefits Join a growing organisation as a trainee and watch your career soar You will be working full time and earning a weekly wage. You will be enrolled in a nationally recognised training course, which is fully paid for by the employer You will also have regular, one on one support throughout your traineeship. On completion of your traineeship you will have access to ongoing opportunities for progression and development. This traineeship will elevate your level of professionalism and employability. Don't miss out on opportunity to be part of such a vibrant and forward moving team.
Electronics Service Technician - Vertiv Co.
Vertiv Co., Beaumaris, Bayside Area, Port Melbourne, VIC
If you are a Licensed Electrician / Customer Engineer with a qualification in electrical / electronics (or just an amazing knowledge of electrical / electronic) you are the person we are looking for Currently, an exciting opportunity exists for an experienced UPS Technician / Customer Engineer to join our winning team of Customer Engineers. In this interesting role, you will be responsible for providing project commissioning, field repairs, maintenance, and technical support to our customers both autonomously and in a team. Our Customer Engineers are leaders in the field and have a reputation for providing a high level of customer service by completing service work in an efficient, professional and prompt manner. Primary duties of the role include: • Carrying out commissioning, servicing and fault diagnosis of power products and equipment in accordance with the service contract • Providing new opportunities for the Sales and Service divisions • Providing written and verbal service reports to customers • Participation in after-hours call-out work and some short duration country work is involved To be successful in this role, you will need to have: • Relevant trade qualification with an Electrical License is mandatory • Tertiary qualifications in Electrical Engineering would be an advantage • Experience in servicing UPS or Controls (PLC) • Demonstrated experience working in servicing and maintaining UPS or associated equipment is preferred • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • A strong commitment to OH&S in the workplace • Ability to work independently or within a team environment • A current driver’s license This is an excellent career opportunity for a highly enthusiastic and customer-focused professional. As part of our attractive salary package, we offer a fully maintained vehicle. You must have the right to live and work permanently in Australia to be considered for this position
Warehouser - MEGT
MEGT, Truganina, Melton Area, VIC
MEGT Australia (Ltd) make's apprenticeships and traineeships happen This is an opportunity to gain full time, paid work whilst working towards a Nationally recognised qualification The Client Our client provides engineered products, services and solutions to diverse markets in Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia, employing over 1300 people. Their success is founded on a large portfolio of market leading products, well established networks, continuous innovation, Australian manufacturing facilities and extensive sales and distribution capabilities. Key customer sectors are mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture and automotive. About the role Reporting to the Branch Manager, your day to day responsibilities will include, but not limited to; Stock control and Management in a warehouse environment Pick, pack and despatch stock Organise business resources and equipment Provide sales assistance and customer service Coordinate and make delivering in a work vehicle Contribute to the overall objectives of the team Operate a forklift This role will enable you to build your knowledge of the company and its products within a Warehouse Environment. On successful completion of a Warehousing qualification, stand out applicants will be given the opportunity to progress into a Business Qualification and be promoted into a Sales Consultant position. About you To be successful in this role you will have; An interest in the mechanical or automotive fields (desirable) Ability to solve practical problems effectively Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can do attitude, including having a desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level or above A keen eye for detail Good computer skills including knowledge of the basic MS Office Suite and capabilities in using Excel/spread sheeting (highly desirable) Ability to commit to a 12 month traineeship. Drivers Licence is a must The Successful candidate will be required to undergo a drug and alcohol screen. Benefits Join a growing organisation as a trainee and watch your career soar You will be working full time and earning a weekly wage. You will be enrolled in a nationally recognised training course, which is fully paid for by the employer You will also have regular, one on one support throughout your traineeship. On completion of your traineeship you will have access to ongoing opportunities for progression and development. This traineeship will elevate your level of professionalism and employability. Don't miss out on opportunity to be part of such a vibrant and forward moving team.
Electronic Service Technician
Vertiv Co., Beaumaris, Bayside Area, Port Melbourne, VIC
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Picking, Shipping, Postal, Warehousing & Customs - MEGT
MEGT, Truganina, Melton Area, VIC
MEGT Australia (Ltd) make's apprenticeships and traineeships happen This is an opportunity to gain full time, paid work whilst working towards a Nationally recognised qualification The Client Our client provides engineered products, services and solutions to diverse markets in Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia, employing over 1300 people. Their success is founded on a large portfolio of market leading products, well established networks, continuous innovation, Australian manufacturing facilities and extensive sales and distribution capabilities. Key customer sectors are mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture and automotive. About the role Reporting to the Branch Manager, your day to day responsibilities will include, but not limited to; Stock control and Management in a warehouse environment Pick, pack and despatch stock Organise business resources and equipment Provide sales assistance and customer service Coordinate and make delivering in a work vehicle Contribute to the overall objectives of the team Operate a forklift This role will enable you to build your knowledge of the company and its products within a Warehouse Environment. On successful completion of a Warehousing qualification, stand out applicants will be given the opportunity to progress into a Business Qualification and be promoted into a Sales Consultant position. About you To be successful in this role you will have; An interest in the mechanical or automotive fields (desirable) Ability to solve practical problems effectively Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can do attitude, including having a desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level or above A keen eye for detail Good computer skills including knowledge of the basic MS Office Suite and capabilities in using Excel/spread sheeting (highly desirable) Ability to commit to a 12 month traineeship. Drivers Licence is a must The Successful candidate will be required to undergo a drug and alcohol screen. Benefits Join a growing organisation as a trainee and watch your career soar You will be working full time and earning a weekly wage. You will be enrolled in a nationally recognised training course, which is fully paid for by the employer You will also have regular, one on one support throughout your traineeship. On completion of your traineeship you will have access to ongoing opportunities for progression and development. This traineeship will elevate your level of professionalism and employability. Don't miss out on opportunity to be part of such a vibrant and forward moving team.
Electrician - Vertiv Co.
Vertiv Co., Beaumaris, Bayside Area, Port Melbourne, VIC
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Exterior closures engineer
Bayside Group, Victoria, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Exterior closures engineer
Bayside Group, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Exterior closures engineer
Bayside Group, Perth Region, Western VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Engineer - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Victoria, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Engineer - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Automotive Engineering - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Victoria, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Automotive Engineering - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Automotive Engineering - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Senior Signalling Engineer
UGL, Melbourne, Victoria, AU
About the roleCIMIC Group’s UGL has been awarded the operation and maintenance of rail infrastructure for the Country Regional Network (CRN) in NSW. UGL also delivers numerous rail projects, including the prestigious Gippsland Line Upgrade project (as part of RPV led Alliance) in Victoria, as well as several signalling upgrades and level crossing removals projects. In addition, UGL delivers numerous train control systems (TCS) upgrade projects across the country with UGL’s technology products.  We are also leading partners on Sydney Metro and Cross River Rail projects.Our Melbourne based Infrastructure & Technology division has an opportunity for an experienced Senior Signalling Engineer to support our ever-growing portfolio in Victoria.We have tendered for several other major projects, so if working on something bigger is what attracts you, then there are fantastic opportunities for you here at UGL.About the roleYou will be responsible for:Design and selection of equipment to suit the contract requirementsPrepare designs to meet the project specificationsPrepare, register and revise all company related inspection and test documents Review and agree design timeframes Lead design reviews and technical meetings with clients Carry out the task of Verification and Testing Engineer as required You must have Victorian or interstate RIW competency and the following level of experience:  Level 1 Engineer – 3 to 5 years’ experience / Level 2 Engineer – Up to 10 years’ experience / Level 3 Engineer – Up to 15 years’ experienceAbout YouYou have experience leading a team in the signalling design area and taking on challenges, making a significant impact on signalling project delivery.  You also have:A degree in Electrical Engineering or related disciplineElectrical Design Fundamentals (Detail Level)Signalling Design Principals and Practices (Detail Level)Strong communication skillsDemonstrated ability to work independently to organise and prioritise demands, handle multiple complex tasks simultaneouslyWhat we offerDiverse opportunities to grow, back yourself and achieveFlexible working arrangementsOngoing training opportunities for career progressionA competitive remuneration package with salary continuance insurance, employee assistance program for employees and their families, AIA Vitality wellness program and Discounts on private health insurance, vehicles, travel and moreWhat makes you right for UGL Ability to provide a safe, supportive and positive workplaceEmpower a united and collaborative cultureDeliver technical excellence and create efficient, innovative solutionsBuild an enviable reputation and the trust of employees, clients and other stakeholdersGenuine concern for safetyAbout UsUGL is a well-known and respected for providing end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services within; rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world’s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies.At UGL, we value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.Please note that relevant screening checks will be conducted as part of the recruitment process. These may include a national criminal history check and for you to undergo pre-employment medical assessment including drug and alcohol screen.#Work180Ref: 242379 Recommended SkillsTestingMaintenanceVerificationCreativityRemovalsComputer Control Systems
Engineer - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Exterior closures engineer
Bayside Group, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Position Description KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Lead in the design and release of minor modified closures systems such as locks, latches, etc. Support the lead D&R engineers on major modified closure systems such as the lift gate, hood etc. Work with a cross functional team to deliver cost and weight objectives. Work with Studio, manufacturing, suppliers, interface systems and Design engineers to incorporate design requirements and ensure design feasibility. Lead the engineering processes such as BOM sign off, FMEA, quality control plans, design reviews with suppliers, Finance, Purchasing, CAE, Quality, Manufacturing, interface modules and attributes, to support design deliverables. Participate in team meetings and present system status. Highlight risks and opportunities on the vehicle program. Support proto build and launch activities on-site at the manufacturing plants, globally. Skills Required Sound knowledge of engineering processes. Highly proactive and able to demonstrate a can-do attitude. Show strong emotional intelligence and resilience. Able to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and the internal teams. Excellent interpersonal, persuasive and team working skills. Experience Required MS Office (Excel & PowerPoint) proficient. CATIA knowledge will be advantageous Education Required Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Robert Kirkham on 03 9864 6000. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Transport Maintenance Mechanic - Dandenong
ALDI Stores Australia, Victoria, Dandenong Warehouse
Transport Maintenance MechanicMarket leading remunerationFive weeks annual leaveFlexible work arrangementsCareer opportunities within our Distribution CentersComprehensive training and developmentBe a part of a leading international retailerExcellent team culture - work alongside friendly and supportive colleaguesHigh levels of autonomy and responsibilityRole Our people are the key to our success. An efficiently operating Transport Section starts with our Fleet Maintenance Mechanics. Can you fix anything and everything? Then this is the job for you! To succeed in this role, our Mechanics must possess technical and professional expertise, have a keen eye for detail and be able to effectively manage a heavy workload. More than that, it's crucial that our Mechanics are knowledgeable of the ins and outs of all controls, policies and guidelines that relate to our Transport operation and can communicate these effectively to ensure smooth workflow between different work areas. You will be responsible for:Maintaining and repairing trucks and trailers in a safe and efficient mannerMaintaining and repairing trucks & trailers in a safe and efficient mannerRegularly liaising with the Maintenance Engineer or Section Leader to understand and manage workloadArranging and ensuring maintenance schedules are carried out and providing support where necessaryMaintaining a clean, well-organised work environmentOperating Heavy Vehicles & Machinery in a safe and efficient mannerTo be successful in this role you will have:Automotive Mechanical Engineering QualificationsA current HC licenseA background in maintaining heavy vehiclesDemonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a teamConfident and engaging communication skillsA level head under pressureAs an employer: For the planners, the coordinators, the ones who strive for every efficiency. A role in one of our Distribution Centers will place you in the company's engine room - disciplined, structured and constantly striving to achieve goals. With all challenges of supporting a rapidly operation, you'll be supported by great conditions, generous remuneration and a culture that will bring out the best in you. 
Warehouser - MEGT
MEGT, Geelong West, Geelong, VIC
MEGT Australia (Ltd) make's apprenticeships and traineeships happen This is an opportunity to gain full time, paid work whilst working towards a Nationally recognised qualification The Client Our client provides engineered products, services and solutions to diverse markets in Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia, employing over 1300 people. Their success is founded on a large portfolio of market leading products, well established networks, continuous innovation, Australian manufacturing facilities and extensive sales and distribution capabilities. Key customer sectors are mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture and automotive. About the role Reporting to the Branch Manager, your day to day responsibilities will include, but not limited to; Stock control and Management in a warehouse environment Pick, pack and despatch stock Organise business resources and equipment Provide sales assistance and customer service Coordinate and make delivering in a work vehicle Contribute to the overall objectives of the team Operate a forklift This role will enable you to build your knowledge of the company and its products within a Warehouse environment On successful completion of a Warehousing qualification, stand out applicants will be given the opportunity to progress into a Business Qualification and be promoted into a Sales Consultant position. About you To be successful in this role you will have; An interest in the mechanical or automotive fields (desirable) Ability to solve practical problems effectively Work autonomously on set tasks through to completion A positive and can do attitude, including having a desire to complete a qualification at certificate 3 level or above A keen eye for detail Good computer skills including knowledge of the basic MS Office Suite and capabilities in using Excel/spread sheeting (highly desirable) Ability to commit to a 12 month traineeship. Drivers Licence is a must The Successful candidate will be required to undergo a drug and alcohol screen. Benefits Join a growing organisation as a trainee and watch your career soar You will be working full time and earning a weekly wage. You will be enrolled in a nationally recognised training course, which is fully paid for by the employer You will also have regular, one on one support throughout your traineeship. On completion of your traineeship you will have access to ongoing opportunities for progression and development. This traineeship will elevate your level of professionalism and employability. Don't miss out on opportunity to be part of such a vibrant and forward moving team. Recent School leavers are encouraged to apply. For further enquiries please contact sally megt .com.au MEGT (Australia) Ltd is a Child Safe and Equal Opportunity employer committed to child safety and providing a work environment that values diversity and inclusion.