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      • geelong, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$125,000, per year, + Car + Super
      • full-time
      About: Our client is an industry leading engineering business with a substantial range of projects across Victoria. Due to successfully winning a substantial new project in west Victoria we’re seeking an HSE Advisor with a background in utilities projects. Overview: We’re seeking an HSE Advisor with experience of working on high voltage electrical power projects for this new regional role. As the suitable applicant you may have worked in infrastructure, mining, wind turbine or similar utilities projects and be experienced with creating a safe working environment. We are seeking an applicant with a stable track record or employment having worked on projects from startup to finish. Duties will include managing site setups, mentoring staff and ensuring the project falls in line with HSEQ legislations and compliance. You will have extensive site experience and have first class communications skills enabling you to liaise with key stakeholders, ensuring the smooth delivery of the project. Duties will include: Incident investigation and reporting Run Toolbox and pre-start meetingsConduct SWMS and site inspections Monthly reportsManage risk registers and audits Requirements: A background in high voltage projects Tertiary qualifications plus a diploma in OH&S White Card certifiedWhy apply: This is a great opportunity to join a market leading business initially on a two year utilities project. In return you will receive a competitive salary package of upto $120,000 + Super + Work Vehicle and LAFHA depending on your location. As the suitable applicant you will have worked on sizable engineering projects and have a wealth of site experience you can draw on. To be considered, please send your resume to Peter Stewart at Randstad by clicking on the link. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About: Our client is an industry leading engineering business with a substantial range of projects across Victoria. Due to successfully winning a substantial new project in west Victoria we’re seeking an HSE Advisor with a background in utilities projects. Overview: We’re seeking an HSE Advisor with experience of working on high voltage electrical power projects for this new regional role. As the suitable applicant you may have worked in infrastructure, mining, wind turbine or similar utilities projects and be experienced with creating a safe working environment. We are seeking an applicant with a stable track record or employment having worked on projects from startup to finish. Duties will include managing site setups, mentoring staff and ensuring the project falls in line with HSEQ legislations and compliance. You will have extensive site experience and have first class communications skills enabling you to liaise with key stakeholders, ensuring the smooth delivery of the project. Duties will include: Incident investigation and reporting Run Toolbox and pre-start meetingsConduct SWMS and site inspections Monthly reportsManage risk registers and audits Requirements: A background in high voltage projects Tertiary qualifications plus a diploma in OH&S White Card certifiedWhy apply: This is a great opportunity to join a market leading business initially on a two year utilities project. In return you will receive a competitive salary package of upto $120,000 + Super + Work Vehicle and LAFHA depending on your location. As the suitable applicant you will have worked on sizable engineering projects and have a wealth of site experience you can draw on. To be considered, please send your resume to Peter Stewart at Randstad by clicking on the link. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The Senior SCADA and Controls Engineer will report to the Grid Schedule & SCADA Manager to assist the clients technical sales, project, and service support within Australia. Ideally the role will be based in Sydney. However, the client is open to candidates to work from an Interstate office.The purpose of the role is to:1. Design and implement a SCADA system to meet project requirements, and ensuring best engineering practices are applied.2. Conduct design reviews of SCADA systems with National grid companies, contractors and suppliers to ensure proposed design meets project requirements and deliverables.3. Interface with R&D teams to validate the clients SCADA design and ensure market specific enhancements to the clients SCADA system are considered.4. Manage the installation and commissioning of SCADA systems and related interfaces5. Develop and conduct Factory and Site Acceptance Testing for SCADA systems.6. Ensure SCADA software changes adhere to version control best practices.7. Maintain the SCADA systems on current operating wind farms under the direction of the Service Manager subject to conditions of Operation and Maintenance contracts, including:o training and development of staff , particularly service technicianso assist in maintaining SCADA systems to meet availability and other criteriao review/maintain relevant licences, accounts, IP addresses etc8. Provide expert technical support and assistance to internal and external stakeholders on the capabilities and benefits of the clients SCADA products, including preparing and deviewing SCADA related proposals.9. Manage international SCADA commissioning engineers, as required, to meet project deliverables. Assist in coordinating overseas based design staff, sub electrical contractors and consultants to troubleshoot / configure issues or improvements arising within the Substation SCADA systems 10. Preparing/reviewing documents, manuals, instructions, sales documents – developing knowledge in the clients SCADA and energy control devices (EMP, VSG/VMP etc)11. Oversee network and cyber security enhancements, work with local suppliers12. Comply to all Workplace Heath, Safety and Environment Management Plan.13. From time to time perform other tasks as nominated by the General Manager of Grid and SCADAKEY INTERFACES• EPC Managers – Responsible for the delivery of EPC contracts.• Development Manager – Representative of owner on the clients projects (internal or external).• Service and Site Managers – Responsible for operating and maintaining wind farms with O&M agreements in place.• Bid/Commercial Manager – Responsible for securing Turbine Supply Agreements with external customers.• External Consultants and Sub-Contractors.• Grid Connection Manager – Responsible for obtaining connections agreements for projects.• Grid Schedule and SCADA Manager.• Internal SCADA engineers.Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in an Engineering discipline (electrical power, mechanical or renewable engineering)Experience: Specific experience in SCADA and controls engineering.Experience in Australian renewables industry.Capabilities/Competencies: The role requires:Strong interpersonal skills and business acumen10+ years Experience in a TECHNICAL SCADA roleAbility to manage complex technical issuesGood knowledge of wind power technology Ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural environment Ability to manage staff and key stakeholdersAbility to develop and work with processes in assuring quality of SCADA designs, installations, and upgrades/updatesAbility to work in an office or site environment.If interested please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD or apply:e:spencer.prior@randstad.com.aum:0400666682At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Senior SCADA and Controls Engineer will report to the Grid Schedule & SCADA Manager to assist the clients technical sales, project, and service support within Australia. Ideally the role will be based in Sydney. However, the client is open to candidates to work from an Interstate office.The purpose of the role is to:1. Design and implement a SCADA system to meet project requirements, and ensuring best engineering practices are applied.2. Conduct design reviews of SCADA systems with National grid companies, contractors and suppliers to ensure proposed design meets project requirements and deliverables.3. Interface with R&D teams to validate the clients SCADA design and ensure market specific enhancements to the clients SCADA system are considered.4. Manage the installation and commissioning of SCADA systems and related interfaces5. Develop and conduct Factory and Site Acceptance Testing for SCADA systems.6. Ensure SCADA software changes adhere to version control best practices.7. Maintain the SCADA systems on current operating wind farms under the direction of the Service Manager subject to conditions of Operation and Maintenance contracts, including:o training and development of staff , particularly service technicianso assist in maintaining SCADA systems to meet availability and other criteriao review/maintain relevant licences, accounts, IP addresses etc8. Provide expert technical support and assistance to internal and external stakeholders on the capabilities and benefits of the clients SCADA products, including preparing and deviewing SCADA related proposals.9. Manage international SCADA commissioning engineers, as required, to meet project deliverables. Assist in coordinating overseas based design staff, sub electrical contractors and consultants to troubleshoot / configure issues or improvements arising within the Substation SCADA systems 10. Preparing/reviewing documents, manuals, instructions, sales documents – developing knowledge in the clients SCADA and energy control devices (EMP, VSG/VMP etc)11. Oversee network and cyber security enhancements, work with local suppliers12. Comply to all Workplace Heath, Safety and Environment Management Plan.13. From time to time perform other tasks as nominated by the General Manager of Grid and SCADAKEY INTERFACES• EPC Managers – Responsible for the delivery of EPC contracts.• Development Manager – Representative of owner on the clients projects (internal or external).• Service and Site Managers – Responsible for operating and maintaining wind farms with O&M agreements in place.• Bid/Commercial Manager – Responsible for securing Turbine Supply Agreements with external customers.• External Consultants and Sub-Contractors.• Grid Connection Manager – Responsible for obtaining connections agreements for projects.• Grid Schedule and SCADA Manager.• Internal SCADA engineers.Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in an Engineering discipline (electrical power, mechanical or renewable engineering)Experience: Specific experience in SCADA and controls engineering.Experience in Australian renewables industry.Capabilities/Competencies: The role requires:Strong interpersonal skills and business acumen10+ years Experience in a TECHNICAL SCADA roleAbility to manage complex technical issuesGood knowledge of wind power technology Ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural environment Ability to manage staff and key stakeholdersAbility to develop and work with processes in assuring quality of SCADA designs, installations, and upgrades/updatesAbility to work in an office or site environment.If interested please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD or apply:e:spencer.prior@randstad.com.aum:0400666682At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      The Senior SCADA and Controls Engineer will report to the Grid Schedule & SCADA Manager to assist the clients technical sales, project, and service support within Australia. Ideally the role will be based in Sydney. However, the client is open to candidates to work from an Interstate office.The purpose of the role is to:1. Design and implement a SCADA system to meet project requirements, and ensuring best engineering practices are applied.2. Conduct design reviews of SCADA systems with National grid companies, contractors and suppliers to ensure proposed design meets project requirements and deliverables.3. Interface with R&D teams to validate the clients SCADA design and ensure market specific enhancements to the clients SCADA system are considered.4. Manage the installation and commissioning of SCADA systems and related interfaces5. Develop and conduct Factory and Site Acceptance Testing for SCADA systems.6. Ensure SCADA software changes adhere to version control best practices.7. Maintain the SCADA systems on current operating wind farms under the direction of the Service Manager subject to conditions of Operation and Maintenance contracts, including:o training and development of staff , particularly service technicianso assist in maintaining SCADA systems to meet availability and other criteriao review/maintain relevant licences, accounts, IP addresses etc8. Provide expert technical support and assistance to internal and external stakeholders on the capabilities and benefits of the clients SCADA products, including preparing and deviewing SCADA related proposals.9. Manage international SCADA commissioning engineers, as required, to meet project deliverables. Assist in coordinating overseas based design staff, sub electrical contractors and consultants to troubleshoot / configure issues or improvements arising within the Substation SCADA systems 10. Preparing/reviewing documents, manuals, instructions, sales documents – developing knowledge in the clients SCADA and energy control devices (EMP, VSG/VMP etc)11. Oversee network and cyber security enhancements, work with local suppliers12. Comply to all Workplace Heath, Safety and Environment Management Plan.13. From time to time perform other tasks as nominated by the General Manager of Grid and SCADAKEY INTERFACES• EPC Managers – Responsible for the delivery of EPC contracts.• Development Manager – Representative of owner on the clients projects (internal or external).• Service and Site Managers – Responsible for operating and maintaining wind farms with O&M agreements in place.• Bid/Commercial Manager – Responsible for securing Turbine Supply Agreements with external customers.• External Consultants and Sub-Contractors.• Grid Connection Manager – Responsible for obtaining connections agreements for projects.• Grid Schedule and SCADA Manager.• Internal SCADA engineers.Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in an Engineering discipline (electrical power, mechanical or renewable engineering)Experience: Specific experience in SCADA and controls engineering.Experience in Australian renewables industry.Capabilities/Competencies: The role requires:Strong interpersonal skills and business acumen10+ years Experience in a TECHNICAL SCADA roleAbility to manage complex technical issuesGood knowledge of wind power technology Ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural environment Ability to manage staff and key stakeholdersAbility to develop and work with processes in assuring quality of SCADA designs, installations, and upgrades/updatesAbility to work in an office or site environment.If interested please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD or apply:e:spencer.prior@randstad.com.aum:0400666682At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Senior SCADA and Controls Engineer will report to the Grid Schedule & SCADA Manager to assist the clients technical sales, project, and service support within Australia. Ideally the role will be based in Sydney. However, the client is open to candidates to work from an Interstate office.The purpose of the role is to:1. Design and implement a SCADA system to meet project requirements, and ensuring best engineering practices are applied.2. Conduct design reviews of SCADA systems with National grid companies, contractors and suppliers to ensure proposed design meets project requirements and deliverables.3. Interface with R&D teams to validate the clients SCADA design and ensure market specific enhancements to the clients SCADA system are considered.4. Manage the installation and commissioning of SCADA systems and related interfaces5. Develop and conduct Factory and Site Acceptance Testing for SCADA systems.6. Ensure SCADA software changes adhere to version control best practices.7. Maintain the SCADA systems on current operating wind farms under the direction of the Service Manager subject to conditions of Operation and Maintenance contracts, including:o training and development of staff , particularly service technicianso assist in maintaining SCADA systems to meet availability and other criteriao review/maintain relevant licences, accounts, IP addresses etc8. Provide expert technical support and assistance to internal and external stakeholders on the capabilities and benefits of the clients SCADA products, including preparing and deviewing SCADA related proposals.9. Manage international SCADA commissioning engineers, as required, to meet project deliverables. Assist in coordinating overseas based design staff, sub electrical contractors and consultants to troubleshoot / configure issues or improvements arising within the Substation SCADA systems 10. Preparing/reviewing documents, manuals, instructions, sales documents – developing knowledge in the clients SCADA and energy control devices (EMP, VSG/VMP etc)11. Oversee network and cyber security enhancements, work with local suppliers12. Comply to all Workplace Heath, Safety and Environment Management Plan.13. From time to time perform other tasks as nominated by the General Manager of Grid and SCADAKEY INTERFACES• EPC Managers – Responsible for the delivery of EPC contracts.• Development Manager – Representative of owner on the clients projects (internal or external).• Service and Site Managers – Responsible for operating and maintaining wind farms with O&M agreements in place.• Bid/Commercial Manager – Responsible for securing Turbine Supply Agreements with external customers.• External Consultants and Sub-Contractors.• Grid Connection Manager – Responsible for obtaining connections agreements for projects.• Grid Schedule and SCADA Manager.• Internal SCADA engineers.Qualifications:Tertiary qualifications in an Engineering discipline (electrical power, mechanical or renewable engineering)Experience: Specific experience in SCADA and controls engineering.Experience in Australian renewables industry.Capabilities/Competencies: The role requires:Strong interpersonal skills and business acumen10+ years Experience in a TECHNICAL SCADA roleAbility to manage complex technical issuesGood knowledge of wind power technology Ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural environment Ability to manage staff and key stakeholdersAbility to develop and work with processes in assuring quality of SCADA designs, installations, and upgrades/updatesAbility to work in an office or site environment.If interested please contact SPENCER PRIOR at RANDSTAD or apply:e:spencer.prior@randstad.com.aum:0400666682At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • elizabeth, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking applications from Graduate Engineers for Junior Project Management opportunities with a local Utility. These roles are an excellent opportunity to develop project management skills while working on new connections and asset replacement projects. Experience in these roles is not required, however, candidates must be able to demonstrate a strong customer service background. This role will be based out of our client’s Elizabeth Depo and will commence on a 12 month contract.The Junior Project Manager is accountable for determining customer requirements and the reliable and efficient scoping of both major and minor distribution systems projects. The Network Project Officer is to provide support to the customer Solution Manager and Network Manager for customer connection and assetKey responsibilities:Provide advice to internal / external customers in relation to customer connections activitiesPrepare customer offers for internal approval and delivery to the customerConduct project management activities including design, scoping, liaising with construction crews and other internal and external parties, financial management, and all associated project governance requirementsAnalyse and date reports for customer connection and network refurbishment projectsPrepare estimates/drawings for internally raised projectsPrepare project documentation for planning and construction of projectsAbout you:Completion of an Engineering Degree (Electrical - Preference / Mechanical / Civil)Strong customer service experience (Hospitality / Fast Food / Supermarkets etc)Must be a Permanent Resident of South Australia - Interstate candidates will not be considered.Strong communication and customer service skillsCurrent driver's licenseAbility to learn and develop on the jobThis business will offer a full training package to ensure your success in the role. Additionally you will be supported by a mentor/buddy for your initial 6 to 12 months. These roles have the option to extend based on performance and workload.To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy specialist, Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently seeking applications from Graduate Engineers for Junior Project Management opportunities with a local Utility. These roles are an excellent opportunity to develop project management skills while working on new connections and asset replacement projects. Experience in these roles is not required, however, candidates must be able to demonstrate a strong customer service background. This role will be based out of our client’s Elizabeth Depo and will commence on a 12 month contract.The Junior Project Manager is accountable for determining customer requirements and the reliable and efficient scoping of both major and minor distribution systems projects. The Network Project Officer is to provide support to the customer Solution Manager and Network Manager for customer connection and assetKey responsibilities:Provide advice to internal / external customers in relation to customer connections activitiesPrepare customer offers for internal approval and delivery to the customerConduct project management activities including design, scoping, liaising with construction crews and other internal and external parties, financial management, and all associated project governance requirementsAnalyse and date reports for customer connection and network refurbishment projectsPrepare estimates/drawings for internally raised projectsPrepare project documentation for planning and construction of projectsAbout you:Completion of an Engineering Degree (Electrical - Preference / Mechanical / Civil)Strong customer service experience (Hospitality / Fast Food / Supermarkets etc)Must be a Permanent Resident of South Australia - Interstate candidates will not be considered.Strong communication and customer service skillsCurrent driver's licenseAbility to learn and develop on the jobThis business will offer a full training package to ensure your success in the role. Additionally you will be supported by a mentor/buddy for your initial 6 to 12 months. These roles have the option to extend based on performance and workload.To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy specialist, Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • pilbara, western australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Clarke Energy is a multi-national power generation solutions company with its Australasian headquarters based in Adelaide. As one of the fastest growing power generation companies in the South Pacific, and due to continued growth across the region, they are now entering a very exciting, long term period of business growth which provides new opportunities across both their EPC and their Operations & Maintenance business units.They are currently recruiting for an experienced Mechanical Supervisor on a permanent, full time basis located in the vicinity of Newman, WA. This role is seeking an individual who can commence ASAP as the company is interviewing immediately.The Mechanical Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of projects within the scope of the plan. The main duties will include the management of multiple stakeholders, including internal partners, consultants and contractors and will manage vendors, cost scheduling, construction and commissioning. The fast-paced work environment will provide both challenge and a sense of reward, while providing an opportunity to work with a collaborative and inclusive team who strive for success!Key Responsibilities:Ensuring construction activities are completed safely and meeting the schedule, respecting the critical path and deadlinesAllocate work and provide direction to relevant trades specific work requirementsEnsure that site workers have the necessary competencies to undertake assigned tasksCommunicate with client representatives on a day to day basis, to plan work, keep them informed of progressResolve any issues of concern and identify variations or additional work requiredIdentifying and driving cost savings and safety improvement initiativesAbout youRelevant Trade or tertiary qualification with a significant experience in supervisory role in the mining industryA proven track record in project execution, including experience with brownfields projects and demonstrated commitment to the successful implementation of the project.Demonstrated experience with self-perform, EPCM, EPC project execution teamsExcellent communication both written and oral skills with the ability to present findings to senior managementComputer literacy in Microsoft Office SuiteQA/QC specialistPreferability and feasibility experience Current Covid-19 vaccination certificateFixed plant maintenance Good safety awarenessMining asset owner experience It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume in Word format (preferred). For a confidential discussion of this opportunity and further details, please do not hesitate to contact Anthony Marchesani on 0408 09 09 32 or email anthony.marchesani@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Clarke Energy is a multi-national power generation solutions company with its Australasian headquarters based in Adelaide. As one of the fastest growing power generation companies in the South Pacific, and due to continued growth across the region, they are now entering a very exciting, long term period of business growth which provides new opportunities across both their EPC and their Operations & Maintenance business units.They are currently recruiting for an experienced Mechanical Supervisor on a permanent, full time basis located in the vicinity of Newman, WA. This role is seeking an individual who can commence ASAP as the company is interviewing immediately.The Mechanical Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of projects within the scope of the plan. The main duties will include the management of multiple stakeholders, including internal partners, consultants and contractors and will manage vendors, cost scheduling, construction and commissioning. The fast-paced work environment will provide both challenge and a sense of reward, while providing an opportunity to work with a collaborative and inclusive team who strive for success!Key Responsibilities:Ensuring construction activities are completed safely and meeting the schedule, respecting the critical path and deadlinesAllocate work and provide direction to relevant trades specific work requirementsEnsure that site workers have the necessary competencies to undertake assigned tasksCommunicate with client representatives on a day to day basis, to plan work, keep them informed of progressResolve any issues of concern and identify variations or additional work requiredIdentifying and driving cost savings and safety improvement initiativesAbout youRelevant Trade or tertiary qualification with a significant experience in supervisory role in the mining industryA proven track record in project execution, including experience with brownfields projects and demonstrated commitment to the successful implementation of the project.Demonstrated experience with self-perform, EPCM, EPC project execution teamsExcellent communication both written and oral skills with the ability to present findings to senior managementComputer literacy in Microsoft Office SuiteQA/QC specialistPreferability and feasibility experience Current Covid-19 vaccination certificateFixed plant maintenance Good safety awarenessMining asset owner experience It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives of ensuring service delivery exceeds expectations.Apply by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume in Word format (preferred). For a confidential discussion of this opportunity and further details, please do not hesitate to contact Anthony Marchesani on 0408 09 09 32 or email anthony.marchesani@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$90,000 - AU$130,000, per year, +Super
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking applications from experienced electricians/owner operators who are looking for a project management entry point. This junior project manager will focus on new connections and asset replacements to the distribution network across South Australia. We currently have one vacancy within the Adelaide Metro Region. This role will commence as a 12 month casual contract with a local utility company.The Junior Project Manager is accountable for determining customer requirements and the reliable and efficient scoping of both major and minor distribution systems projects. The Network Project Officer is to provide support to the customer Solution Manager and Network Manager for customer connection and assetKey responsibilities:Provide advice to internal / external customers in relation to customer connections activitiesPrepare customer offers for internal approval and delivery to the customerConduct project management activities including design, scoping, liaising with construction crews and other internal and external parties, financial management, and all associated project governance requirementsAnalyse and date reports for customer connection and network refurbishment projectsPrepare estimates/drawings for internally raised projectsPrepare project documentation for planning and construction of projectsAbout you:Completion of an Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering or equivalent qualificationIdeally, come from the tools - former business owner or managed projectsExperience on Urban development projects, solar or electrical infrastructure projectsDemonstrated experience working/liaising with SA Power NetworksStrong communication and customer service skillsCurrent driver's licenseTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy specialist, Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001. I will be on annual leave until 5th January 2022.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently seeking applications from experienced electricians/owner operators who are looking for a project management entry point. This junior project manager will focus on new connections and asset replacements to the distribution network across South Australia. We currently have one vacancy within the Adelaide Metro Region. This role will commence as a 12 month casual contract with a local utility company.The Junior Project Manager is accountable for determining customer requirements and the reliable and efficient scoping of both major and minor distribution systems projects. The Network Project Officer is to provide support to the customer Solution Manager and Network Manager for customer connection and assetKey responsibilities:Provide advice to internal / external customers in relation to customer connections activitiesPrepare customer offers for internal approval and delivery to the customerConduct project management activities including design, scoping, liaising with construction crews and other internal and external parties, financial management, and all associated project governance requirementsAnalyse and date reports for customer connection and network refurbishment projectsPrepare estimates/drawings for internally raised projectsPrepare project documentation for planning and construction of projectsAbout you:Completion of an Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering or equivalent qualificationIdeally, come from the tools - former business owner or managed projectsExperience on Urban development projects, solar or electrical infrastructure projectsDemonstrated experience working/liaising with SA Power NetworksStrong communication and customer service skillsCurrent driver's licenseTo apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy specialist, Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001. I will be on annual leave until 5th January 2022.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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