Expressions Of Interest - Electrical and Mechanical Technicians - 0N8M
Expressions Of Interest - Electrical and Mechanical Technicians - 0N8M Primary Location Western Australia Organization Operations Group · Enjoy more time with family and friends with no FIFO contracts · Earn while you learn. Gain a nationally-recognised water industry qualification · Improve the future of WA’s regional communities. Feel good about your work Where can water take you? Advancing your career will advance our community too.
Water is essential for our future. In each and every Water Corporation role, you’ll have the chance to develop a career, and help the community. With a diverse mix of roles, locations and opportunities across Western Australia, we seek people who want to make a change for the better.
Fresh faces wanted. About the role: If you’ve regularly repaired complex mechanical or electrical breakdowns, you can maintain and operate a water treatment plant. The work is technically the same.
You’re using your full range of electrical or mechanical trade skills to keep lots of parts moving. The only difference is, you’re running a number of new water / wastewater treatment plants, alongside existing plants. Perhaps you’ve been looking for an opportunity to run things on your own? Maybe you’ve been looking for a new project you can run with from the start? What the role will involve: You’re the type of person who supervises reliable teams of dual trades (E&I) and mechanical trades to employ water technologies.
For example, desalination processes that improve water quality by reducing salinity, nitrates and hardness. You’re monitoring performance through automated control systems, fault-finding and coordinating repairs with your team. You’re working closely with the Water Quality team in Perth and a team of SCADA experts and the operations centre.
You’re training and developing apprentices through the project build, improving their skills. It’s an environment where everyone learns and grows together. 25% of your time is on standby.
When you’re least expecting it, something will need attention. In the middle of summer, you’re making sure plants can operate under harsh temperatures. But, you’re used to this.
It’s what keeps you on your toes. In return, you’re gaining nationally-recognised qualifications too – with a Cert III / Cert IV in Water Operations. You’re in good company.
You’re surrounded by supportive people and a culture that understands it’s not all about 12-hour shifts, 14 days straight, far away from home. You’ve more freedom to spend your time with family, enjoying the things tha....