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Project Engineer
Superior People Recruitment, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Our client is seeking to recruit a dynamic Senior Project Engineer with an Electrical / Mechatronic Engineering background and strong knowledge in robotics and control systems. This role is based in Melbourne with a degree of travel both domestically and internationally to develop and work on innovative automation projects. Reporting into and working closely with the Electrical Engineering Manager your role with be responsible for but not limited to: Manage projects as well as engineer small projects Manage the engineering of larger projects Mentoring and leadership of team of Project Engineers. Electrical Design Customer Service and Technical Support Financial Management & Project Coordination Materials Acquisition & WH&S To be successful in this role you will require the following skills and experience: Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechatronics or Electrician Trade Certificate plus Electrical Engineering Certificate PLC, HMI, Robotic, & SCADA programming / Vision & PC programming Working knowledge of sensing technologies and their application Strong mechanical comprehension skills highly regarded Intermediate to advanced level of computer literacy skills YOUR REWARD This role offers an attractive Salary Packaging inclusive of Base Super Car Allowance. You also will enjoy a great work culture with room for career advancement opportunities .
Project Manager & Project Engineering - Superior People Recruitment
Superior People Recruitment, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Our client is seeking to recruit a dynamic Senior Project Engineer with an Electrical / Mechatronic Engineering background and strong knowledge in robotics and control systems. This role is based in Melbourne with a degree of travel both domestically and internationally to develop and work on innovative automation projects. Reporting into and working closely with the Electrical Engineering Manager your role with be responsible for but not limited to: Manage projects as well as engineer small projects Manage the engineering of larger projects Mentoring and leadership of team of Project Engineers. Electrical Design Customer Service and Technical Support Financial Management & Project Coordination Materials Acquisition & WH&S To be successful in this role you will require the following skills and experience: Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechatronics or Electrician Trade Certificate plus Electrical Engineering Certificate PLC, HMI, Robotic, & SCADA programming / Vision & PC programming Working knowledge of sensing technologies and their application Strong mechanical comprehension skills highly regarded Intermediate to advanced level of computer literacy skills YOUR REWARD This role offers an attractive Salary Packaging inclusive of Base Super Car Allowance. You also will enjoy a great work culture with room for career advancement opportunities .
2021 IT Graduate Engineer
Wipro Australia, Perth, Melbourne, WA, VIC
We are looking for our next generation of talent from all Science, Information Technology , Electronics & Engineering disciplines to join our team of better connected engineers & consultants.As a Graduate you will experience the next generation of technology focused careers unfolding at Wipro Australia, supporting our customers, and giving back to local communities. If you have what it takes to make your mark in the burgeoning IT industry, join us to discover a world of difference.Your onboarding and Training is structed over a 6 week period. Your first week will be Orientation into Wipro's organisation, culture and expectation settings, following on weeks 2-6 is focused on Foundational Technical Training designed around Business requirements and your skill preferences.As a graduate you will be working in roles such as Developer, Test Engineer, Support Engineer or Consultant. Depending on our clients' demands you will be provided with technical training and project work in one of the following technologies: Java, testing (manual/automation), Salesforce (Java, Apex, Visualforce), Big Data/Hadoop, IoT, cyber security, AI, cloud, data analytics or service deskWhat you can expectInternational and multicultural work environmentStable full-time employmentExposure to latest technologiesBecome an expert in customer centricityExperience project life-cycleEligibility CriteriaAustralian citizenship (incl. NZ citizenship) or permanent residency (TR not sufficient)Australian/NZ Bachelor's / Master's degree in IT-related fields; graduation in 2019 or laterWe are accepting disciplines from; Computer Science, Information Technology , Software Engineering, Information Science, Information Management, Computing, Mathematics, Statistics, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, ElectronicsExperience related to major gained through an internship; software application development internships highly regardedNo more than 2 years of professional work experience
Field Service Engineer
HAYS, Melbourne Region, Victoria, Southern Melbourne
Newly listed opportunity for a qualified candidate with Robotic and Automation experience. Your New Company Your new company is a large enterprise which comprises of a multitude of specialisms including but not limited to electrical, plumbing and glazing to name a few. Currently they are looking for a high performing trade qualified Electrician or Engineer to work with them in a vastly important service capacity. Partner with an organisation that offers stability, career growth, and a friendly team. Your New Role Your new role will see you commencing at 7am adhering to service requirements across Melbourne’s metropolitan, and regional visits. You will be working on automation and controls, adhering to service, repair and installs. There could be requirements for interstate work or travel to regional Victoria on occasion, fully reimbursed and compensated. What You Need to Succeed A degree as an Industrial / Maintenance Electrician, Automation or Mechatronics Engineering Studies A minimum of 5 years related hands-on industrial automation and control engineering experience Experience in Rockwell, Mitsubishi, Omron and Citect preferred, however experience in other vendor platforms considered FMCG, robotics and vision systems would be highly regarded Competent in electrical drawing - AutoCAD skills desirable Extensive level of programming, commissioning and fault-finding PLC, HMI, SCADA, motor control and positioning systems Oversee full project life cycle works and work closely with our industrial electrical trades team Consulting with clients to establish requirements and scope of works including support with preparation, design and generation of proposals Automation and control project design and deliverables to Australian Standards including wiring rules, electrical equipment of electrical machines and safety of machinery. You Will Get in Return A competitive remuneration package and attractive benefits inclusive of FMCV, laptop, mobile phone, and corporate uniform A permanent, stable opportunity with a well renowned business Immediate start, opportunities for advancement and a new challenge to advance your skillset in varied environments. To Be Considered Please email you resume to Lauren.Schulzhays.com.au [mailto:Lauren.Schulzhays.com.au] or click apply now. LHS 297508 2538115
Test Engineer - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Geelong West, Geelong, VIC
Are you ready for your next career move? Work for a large global mobility company. Great team environment. We are currently seeking an experienced self-motivated electrical systems test engineer for a contract role based in Geelong. Key Responsibilities: Interface with test requestors to review and establish viable test methodologies. Work directly with facility design to create the environment for test execution. Support the commissioning and debugging of the facility. Execute the test methods, develop test automation efficiencies. Liaise with requestors to review the results and retest accordingly. Required Skills & Knowledge: Capable of reviewing Functional Specifications, Vehicle Schematics and Test Methods to extract test facility hardware requirements, control modules and network connectivity requirements. Hardware in the loop (HIL) experience. Independently confident in use of debugging tools for investigation of facility and vehicle system issues during setup and test execution. E.g. CAN/LIN tools, Oscilloscopes, Diagnostic comms tools. Ability to gather information around a problem, clearly present that information in a logical manner, provide recommendations to progress an issue and remain accountable until closure is achieved - following up independently as required. Preference will be given to candidates familiar with dSPACE, Simulink, Control Desk and Automation desk or similar experience from an equivalent tool chain. Experience from an Automotive background, cross functional system level, mechatronics or electrical would be highly regarded. Minimum 3 years' relevant industry experience If you have the skills required and are ready for your next career move apply now. 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
Electrical Systems Test engineer
Bayside Group, Geelong West, Geelong, VIC
Are you ready for your next career move? Work for a large global mobility company. Great team environment. We are currently seeking an experienced self-motivated electrical systems test engineer for a contract role based in Geelong. Key Responsibilities: Interface with test requestors to review and establish viable test methodologies. Work directly with facility design to create the environment for test execution. Support the commissioning and debugging of the facility. Execute the test methods, develop test automation efficiencies. Liaise with requestors to review the results and retest accordingly. Required Skills & Knowledge: Capable of reviewing Functional Specifications, Vehicle Schematics and Test Methods to extract test facility hardware requirements, control modules and network connectivity requirements. Hardware in the loop (HIL) experience. Independently confident in use of debugging tools for investigation of facility and vehicle system issues during setup and test execution. E.g. CAN/LIN tools, Oscilloscopes, Diagnostic comms tools. Ability to gather information around a problem, clearly present that information in a logical manner, provide recommendations to progress an issue and remain accountable until closure is achieved - following up independently as required. Preference will be given to candidates familiar with dSPACE, Simulink, Control Desk and Automation desk or similar experience from an equivalent tool chain. Experience from an Automotive background, cross functional system level, mechatronics or electrical would be highly regarded. Minimum 3 years' relevant industry experience If you have the skills required and are ready for your next career move apply now. 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
Electrical & Electronics Engineering - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Geelong West, Geelong, VIC
Are you ready for your next career move? Work for a large global mobility company. Great team environment. We are currently seeking an experienced self-motivated electrical systems test engineer for a contract role based in Geelong. Key Responsibilities: Interface with test requestors to review and establish viable test methodologies. Work directly with facility design to create the environment for test execution. Support the commissioning and debugging of the facility. Execute the test methods, develop test automation efficiencies. Liaise with requestors to review the results and retest accordingly. Required Skills & Knowledge: Capable of reviewing Functional Specifications, Vehicle Schematics and Test Methods to extract test facility hardware requirements, control modules and network connectivity requirements. Hardware in the loop (HIL) experience. Independently confident in use of debugging tools for investigation of facility and vehicle system issues during setup and test execution. E.g. CAN/LIN tools, Oscilloscopes, Diagnostic comms tools. Ability to gather information around a problem, clearly present that information in a logical manner, provide recommendations to progress an issue and remain accountable until closure is achieved - following up independently as required. Preference will be given to candidates familiar with dSPACE, Simulink, Control Desk and Automation desk or similar experience from an equivalent tool chain. Experience from an Automotive background, cross functional system level, mechatronics or electrical would be highly regarded. Minimum 3 years' relevant industry experience If you have the skills required and are ready for your next career move apply now. 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
Controls Engineer
Bayside Group, Hampton East, Bayside Area, South Melbourne, VIC
Controls Engineer Fixed Term Assignments (3 years). Clayton | Work-life balance | Health & Wellbeing. Opportunity to apply your expertise and professional skills in a unique. Mechatronics and Robotics experience. As a supplier, Bayside Group has been privilege to work with ANSTO on various assignments. This has ensured ANSTO has had skilled employees with the technical expertise ready to add and further develop their skills. The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is home to Australia's nuclear science and technical expertise. More than 1000 scientists, engineers and experts work at ANSTO and use nuclear science and technology to answer the big questions in the world around us - improving health outcomes, increasing our understanding of the environment and climate change, and identifying new opportunities for Australian industry. The Control Systems Team at the Australian Synchrotron (ANSTO Clayton Campus) is currently entering an exciting new phase. Over the course of the next 3 years, we will change the way our users conduct experiments to the next level. With a focus on user experience, automation, and remote access we will transform the way scientific data is acquired, processed, and analysed at ANSTO. With a diverse team of scientists and engineers that work on a wide variety of topics, from controlling hardware, to data acquisition and processing pipelines, to databases, web applications and modern web GUIs. We currently have a variety of roles available and are looking for new team members that have experience in the following areas: State-of-the-arts Motion Control Systems for nanometre scale scientific equipment, Robotic systems, and high-performance data acquisition Controlling of hardware with software tools, for example, Python and Acquisition and storage of data, for example multi-dimensional arrays produced by Processing of data using scientific Visualisation of scientific data and Graphical User Interface (GUI). Databases (SQL and NoSQL). About the position As a member of the Control Systems group, the Controls Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, operation, and maintenance of specialised Controls applications for the ANSTO facility, with a strong focus on projects for the streamlined operation of experiments and the support of our users throughout the lifecycle of their experiment. The position will also require the continual development of skills in specialist areas of expertise. BRIGHT is the exciting new ANSTO program that will design, install and commission 8 new beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron over the next 8 years. The BRIGHT Program's objective is to deliver to ANSTO, new world-class research infrastructure. An additional objective we are undertaking is a program to standardise existing control systems solution across the facility. We are currently seeking a few new Controls Engineers to become part of the Control Systems team. You will be expected to work collaboratively with the engineering and science groups, supporting the development of control systems required for the accelerator and beamlines. Duties and responsibilities In this exciting role you will work closely with other controls engineers and includes design, development, documentation, commissioning, and acceptance testing of all aspects of the control systems with a particular emphasis on improving the existing control systems used at the facility. Essential Requirements: Development and debugging of latest state-of-the-arts control systems and robotics solutions using Delta-Tau, Stuabli, Epson, Kuka and their related programming Strong experience and Knowledge with Delta-Tau would be an Experience with Python, C/C++, EPICS, Linux, and other programming languages would be an Ability to program, debug and deploy motion controllers and work on motor records, configuration files and their related program environment would be an advantage. Be able to work in a systematic method to document, test and deploy changes to control solutions in use on Minimum of 3 years of related Control systems experience would be an Ability to read and understand electrical Some prior knowledge and experience of PLC, PLC based safety systems and/or robotics systems would be If you want to join a world class organisation that's making a difference in the lives of Australians and be part of this exciting journey, support Australian researchers, shape the next generation of scientific tools and workflows please don't hesitate to get into contact with us. Applications close 30th September 2021 To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Stephen Xerri on 02 9919 6900. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Control Engineer - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Hampton East, Bayside Area, South Melbourne, VIC
Controls Engineer Fixed Term Assignments (3 years). Clayton | Work-life balance | Health & Wellbeing. Opportunity to apply your expertise and professional skills in a unique. Mechatronics and Robotics experience. As a supplier, Bayside Group has been privilege to work with ANSTO on various assignments. This has ensured ANSTO has had skilled employees with the technical expertise ready to add and further develop their skills. The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is home to Australia's nuclear science and technical expertise. More than 1000 scientists, engineers and experts work at ANSTO and use nuclear science and technology to answer the big questions in the world around us - improving health outcomes, increasing our understanding of the environment and climate change, and identifying new opportunities for Australian industry. The Control Systems Team at the Australian Synchrotron (ANSTO Clayton Campus) is currently entering an exciting new phase. Over the course of the next 3 years, we will change the way our users conduct experiments to the next level. With a focus on user experience, automation, and remote access we will transform the way scientific data is acquired, processed, and analysed at ANSTO. With a diverse team of scientists and engineers that work on a wide variety of topics, from controlling hardware, to data acquisition and processing pipelines, to databases, web applications and modern web GUIs. We currently have a variety of roles available and are looking for new team members that have experience in the following areas: State-of-the-arts Motion Control Systems for nanometre scale scientific equipment, Robotic systems, and high-performance data acquisition Controlling of hardware with software tools, for example, Python and Acquisition and storage of data, for example multi-dimensional arrays produced by Processing of data using scientific Visualisation of scientific data and Graphical User Interface (GUI). Databases (SQL and NoSQL). About the position As a member of the Control Systems group, the Controls Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, operation, and maintenance of specialised Controls applications for the ANSTO facility, with a strong focus on projects for the streamlined operation of experiments and the support of our users throughout the lifecycle of their experiment. The position will also require the continual development of skills in specialist areas of expertise. BRIGHT is the exciting new ANSTO program that will design, install and commission 8 new beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron over the next 8 years. The BRIGHT Program's objective is to deliver to ANSTO, new world-class research infrastructure. An additional objective we are undertaking is a program to standardise existing control systems solution across the facility. We are currently seeking a few new Controls Engineers to become part of the Control Systems team. You will be expected to work collaboratively with the engineering and science groups, supporting the development of control systems required for the accelerator and beamlines. Duties and responsibilities In this exciting role you will work closely with other controls engineers and includes design, development, documentation, commissioning, and acceptance testing of all aspects of the control systems with a particular emphasis on improving the existing control systems used at the facility. Essential Requirements: Development and debugging of latest state-of-the-arts control systems and robotics solutions using Delta-Tau, Stuabli, Epson, Kuka and their related programming Strong experience and Knowledge with Delta-Tau would be an Experience with Python, C/C++, EPICS, Linux, and other programming languages would be an Ability to program, debug and deploy motion controllers and work on motor records, configuration files and their related program environment would be an advantage. Be able to work in a systematic method to document, test and deploy changes to control solutions in use on Minimum of 3 years of related Control systems experience would be an Ability to read and understand electrical Some prior knowledge and experience of PLC, PLC based safety systems and/or robotics systems would be If you want to join a world class organisation that's making a difference in the lives of Australians and be part of this exciting journey, support Australian researchers, shape the next generation of scientific tools and workflows please don't hesitate to get into contact with us. Applications close 30th September 2021 To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Stephen Xerri on 02 9919 6900. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au
Electrical & Electronics Engineering - Bayside Group
Bayside Group, Hampton East, Bayside Area, South Melbourne, VIC
Controls Engineer Fixed Term Assignments (3 years). Clayton | Work-life balance | Health & Wellbeing. Opportunity to apply your expertise and professional skills in a unique. Mechatronics and Robotics experience. As a supplier, Bayside Group has been privilege to work with ANSTO on various assignments. This has ensured ANSTO has had skilled employees with the technical expertise ready to add and further develop their skills. The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is home to Australia's nuclear science and technical expertise. More than 1000 scientists, engineers and experts work at ANSTO and use nuclear science and technology to answer the big questions in the world around us - improving health outcomes, increasing our understanding of the environment and climate change, and identifying new opportunities for Australian industry. The Control Systems Team at the Australian Synchrotron (ANSTO Clayton Campus) is currently entering an exciting new phase. Over the course of the next 3 years, we will change the way our users conduct experiments to the next level. With a focus on user experience, automation, and remote access we will transform the way scientific data is acquired, processed, and analysed at ANSTO. With a diverse team of scientists and engineers that work on a wide variety of topics, from controlling hardware, to data acquisition and processing pipelines, to databases, web applications and modern web GUIs. We currently have a variety of roles available and are looking for new team members that have experience in the following areas: State-of-the-arts Motion Control Systems for nanometre scale scientific equipment, Robotic systems, and high-performance data acquisition Controlling of hardware with software tools, for example, Python and Acquisition and storage of data, for example multi-dimensional arrays produced by Processing of data using scientific Visualisation of scientific data and Graphical User Interface (GUI). Databases (SQL and NoSQL). About the position As a member of the Control Systems group, the Controls Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, operation, and maintenance of specialised Controls applications for the ANSTO facility, with a strong focus on projects for the streamlined operation of experiments and the support of our users throughout the lifecycle of their experiment. The position will also require the continual development of skills in specialist areas of expertise. BRIGHT is the exciting new ANSTO program that will design, install and commission 8 new beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron over the next 8 years. The BRIGHT Program's objective is to deliver to ANSTO, new world-class research infrastructure. An additional objective we are undertaking is a program to standardise existing control systems solution across the facility. We are currently seeking a few new Controls Engineers to become part of the Control Systems team. You will be expected to work collaboratively with the engineering and science groups, supporting the development of control systems required for the accelerator and beamlines. Duties and responsibilities In this exciting role you will work closely with other controls engineers and includes design, development, documentation, commissioning, and acceptance testing of all aspects of the control systems with a particular emphasis on improving the existing control systems used at the facility. Essential Requirements: Development and debugging of latest state-of-the-arts control systems and robotics solutions using Delta-Tau, Stuabli, Epson, Kuka and their related programming Strong experience and Knowledge with Delta-Tau would be an Experience with Python, C/C++, EPICS, Linux, and other programming languages would be an Ability to program, debug and deploy motion controllers and work on motor records, configuration files and their related program environment would be an advantage. Be able to work in a systematic method to document, test and deploy changes to control solutions in use on Minimum of 3 years of related Control systems experience would be an Ability to read and understand electrical Some prior knowledge and experience of PLC, PLC based safety systems and/or robotics systems would be If you want to join a world class organisation that's making a difference in the lives of Australians and be part of this exciting journey, support Australian researchers, shape the next generation of scientific tools and workflows please don't hesitate to get into contact with us. Applications close 30th September 2021 To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Stephen Xerri on 02 9919 6900. To view all Bayside Group job opportunities visit www.baysidegroup.com.au