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        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Propulsion Engineer to live and work in Nantes, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role contributes to the design studies related to the Submarines propulsion systems.Core accountabilities: Participating in development of technical specification and requirements for partnersContributes to the functional & physical integration of the Energy & Propulsion SystemsContribute to the acceptance of the systems by participating in acceptance testing including; land-based testing in the Adelaide shipyard.The suitable candidate will possess the following: Defence experience is not necessarily relevantAny Engineering degree, but candidate MUST HAVE large Diesel Engines/Generator sets/Rectifier experienceDesign and engineering experience with power generationExperience in any of the following areas:Large diesel enginesFor power generating systemsFor ship propulsion systemsLarge electrical machinesThree-phase AC generatorsDC rectifiersPermanent magnet motorsHigh power electronicsAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Propulsion Engineer to live and work in Nantes, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role contributes to the design studies related to the Submarines propulsion systems.Core accountabilities: Participating in development of technical specification and requirements for partnersContributes to the functional & physical integration of the Energy & Propulsion SystemsContribute to the acceptance of the systems by participating in acceptance testing including; land-based testing in the Adelaide shipyard.The suitable candidate will possess the following: Defence experience is not necessarily relevantAny Engineering degree, but candidate MUST HAVE large Diesel Engines/Generator sets/Rectifier experienceDesign and engineering experience with power generationExperience in any of the following areas:Large diesel enginesFor power generating systemsFor ship propulsion systemsLarge electrical machinesThree-phase AC generatorsDC rectifiersPermanent magnet motorsHigh power electronicsAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$105,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a ILS Lifecycle Cost (LCC) Engineer to live and work in France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position will be responsible to manage the Life Cycle Costs performance of the vessel and environments.Key elements of the role: Being involved in the suppliers’ selection by performing so-called ’local’ LCC studies and by recommending the choice of one supplier with the best LCC;Carry out LCC studies for design choices purpose, both regarding the vessel and its support system. Participate, under the Manager’s guidance, in economic studiesFeeding the LCC overall model with data; with the Naval Group Manager, being involved in the Program Cost Estimates, for the ILS and Support System area.Preparing the LCC justification fileImproving the feedback in this field, from other Australian submarines and associated maintenance feedback.Contribute to relations with the client (in Australia and also RPT based in France) and with design team (negotiations, presentation of results, proposals, etc.), the LSA team and the procurement team;Contribute to Naval Group feedback improvementProvide as necessary materials (data, wording, figures, etc.)Cost breakdown, cost breakdown structures, modelling analysis, Life cycle cost profile.Understanding difference cost elements of acquisitions, operations, support & disposal.Asset managementThe suitable candidate will possess the following: Does not need to be from defenceFocus on finance is more important than Engineering but must come from a project environment2 -5 years minimum experience within Finance/Cost background within ideally an Engineering or asset management field.Any Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe.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.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a ILS Lifecycle Cost (LCC) Engineer to live and work in France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position will be responsible to manage the Life Cycle Costs performance of the vessel and environments.Key elements of the role: Being involved in the suppliers’ selection by performing so-called ’local’ LCC studies and by recommending the choice of one supplier with the best LCC;Carry out LCC studies for design choices purpose, both regarding the vessel and its support system. Participate, under the Manager’s guidance, in economic studiesFeeding the LCC overall model with data; with the Naval Group Manager, being involved in the Program Cost Estimates, for the ILS and Support System area.Preparing the LCC justification fileImproving the feedback in this field, from other Australian submarines and associated maintenance feedback.Contribute to relations with the client (in Australia and also RPT based in France) and with design team (negotiations, presentation of results, proposals, etc.), the LSA team and the procurement team;Contribute to Naval Group feedback improvementProvide as necessary materials (data, wording, figures, etc.)Cost breakdown, cost breakdown structures, modelling analysis, Life cycle cost profile.Understanding difference cost elements of acquisitions, operations, support & disposal.Asset managementThe suitable candidate will possess the following: Does not need to be from defenceFocus on finance is more important than Engineering but must come from a project environment2 -5 years minimum experience within Finance/Cost background within ideally an Engineering or asset management field.Any Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe.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
        • permanent
        • AU$135,000 - AU$145,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Physical Integration Manager to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 2-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position is responsible to contribute to and implement CSPI plan and then monitor and control the detailed design, integration and commissioning activities.Core accountabilities: Contribute to ensure the overall balances of the Combat Systems in regards to the main balances of the Submarine.Contribute to the definition of the implementation of the functional links (Pressure Hull Penetrator management, etc.)Assess detailed design/industrial options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of performances, cost, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the physical integration rules, especially through the delivery of System Installation Guide.Support the technical discussion with the Physical Integration IPT, and ensure the information are received and delivered on time and qualityMonitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the CustomerChallenge in transfer of technology from French team in France Not going to be doing the work but reviewing it. The suitable candidate will possess the following: 5+ years’ experienceProduction support in a Shipyard or Aeronautical environmentCombat system installation experienceExperience in assessing impact of transverse requirements Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Physical Integration Manager to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 2-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This position is responsible to contribute to and implement CSPI plan and then monitor and control the detailed design, integration and commissioning activities.Core accountabilities: Contribute to ensure the overall balances of the Combat Systems in regards to the main balances of the Submarine.Contribute to the definition of the implementation of the functional links (Pressure Hull Penetrator management, etc.)Assess detailed design/industrial options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of performances, cost, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the physical integration rules, especially through the delivery of System Installation Guide.Support the technical discussion with the Physical Integration IPT, and ensure the information are received and delivered on time and qualityMonitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the CustomerChallenge in transfer of technology from French team in France Not going to be doing the work but reviewing it. The suitable candidate will possess the following: 5+ years’ experienceProduction support in a Shipyard or Aeronautical environmentCombat system installation experienceExperience in assessing impact of transverse requirements Engineering degreeAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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
        • permanent
        • AU$115,000 - AU$126,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Engineer Weapons Handling Launch System to live and work in Ollioules, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.The successful candidate will assess detailed design options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of costs, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the WHSS rules.Core accountabilities: Work with specialists to derive domain-specific requirements, including technical and non-technical, and contribute to ensure these requirements are flowed into the designContribute to ensure the overall consistency and implementation of the WHLS and its interfaces with all the other related systems.Tracks key aspects of the evolving detailed design solution and uses this information to adjust the design, if appropriate.Contribute to define and oversee verification and validation activities to confirm compliance with the WHLS requirements and operational needs.Monitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the Customer.The suitable candidate will possess the following: 3+ years’ experience in defence or aeronautical industry within mechanical fieldDesign of complex systemsMechanical or Mechatronic Engineering degreeHave integrated combat systems elements onto a military maritime platformPreferably SubmarineAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Combat Systems Engineer Weapons Handling Launch System to live and work in Ollioules, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.The successful candidate will assess detailed design options and justify the selection of the optimum solution, in terms of costs, timeframe, sovereignty and risk/opportunities in accordance with the WHSS rules.Core accountabilities: Work with specialists to derive domain-specific requirements, including technical and non-technical, and contribute to ensure these requirements are flowed into the designContribute to ensure the overall consistency and implementation of the WHLS and its interfaces with all the other related systems.Tracks key aspects of the evolving detailed design solution and uses this information to adjust the design, if appropriate.Contribute to define and oversee verification and validation activities to confirm compliance with the WHLS requirements and operational needs.Monitor and report progress against defined technical milestones, especially by attending/chairing the technical reviews/workshops, internally or with the Customer.The suitable candidate will possess the following: 3+ years’ experience in defence or aeronautical industry within mechanical fieldDesign of complex systemsMechanical or Mechatronic Engineering degreeHave integrated combat systems elements onto a military maritime platformPreferably SubmarineAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 2 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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
        • permanent
        • AU$95,000 - AU$105,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Engineering Systems Officer to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role will primarily contribute to define the engineering methods & tools within Naval Group France for the Australian Future Submarine Program.Key elements of the role: Formalize the implementation of the engineering methods and tools in coherence with the industrial and program policies of Naval Group SAAchieve synchronization between the different engineering teams operating simultaneously in Australia and France.Support the utilization of the methods & tools methodology across the program and the businessContribute to the continuous improvement of the engineering toolset within Naval Group Australia.Prepare tools for future engineering phases and activitiesThe suitable candidate will possess the following:Understanding of the design tools being used to design the submarineSeeking 3-5 years experience of the method of design and the relevant tools to build themWe are looking for someone with either the knowledge/management of complex design tools and / or experience in designing vehicle using a PLMCAD Drafter experienceNeeds to understand Engineering/ICT/IT & software engineeringAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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.
        Randstad is currently working in partnership with Naval Group Australia (NGA) who have been tasked to design and build 12 state-of-the-art submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.As part of this undertaking, we are currently recruiting a Engineering Systems Officer to live and work in Cherbourg, France, for an initial 3-year period before returning to Australia. This is to ensure a significant transfer of technology from Naval Group France to the NGA design team where there are circa 40 x Australians currently living and working in France on the Future Submarine Program.This role will primarily contribute to define the engineering methods & tools within Naval Group France for the Australian Future Submarine Program.Key elements of the role: Formalize the implementation of the engineering methods and tools in coherence with the industrial and program policies of Naval Group SAAchieve synchronization between the different engineering teams operating simultaneously in Australia and France.Support the utilization of the methods & tools methodology across the program and the businessContribute to the continuous improvement of the engineering toolset within Naval Group Australia.Prepare tools for future engineering phases and activitiesThe suitable candidate will possess the following:Understanding of the design tools being used to design the submarineSeeking 3-5 years experience of the method of design and the relevant tools to build themWe are looking for someone with either the knowledge/management of complex design tools and / or experience in designing vehicle using a PLMCAD Drafter experienceNeeds to understand Engineering/ICT/IT & software engineeringAustralian citizenship eligible to obtain Australian Defence Security Clearance (NV1) and French Defence ClearanceInternational Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.This role will be based in France for approximately 3 years and then in Adelaide, South Australia. There is extensive mobilisation & financial support provided by NGA underpinned by a dedicated mobility team assisting with the relocation. This includes:French language lessonsSecurity clearance supportRelocation of yourself and any dependentsSupport for living and working in FranceThis is an exciting opportunity with a sense of adventure to experience a once in a lifetime chance to work and live in Europe. To apply for the role, please submit your CV by clicking apply. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond from Randstad on (08) 8150 7000.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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