- Do you have technical knowledge with SCADA and security systems
- Manage a team to provide first line diagnostics of plant and equipment for AAHL
- Join CSIRO – Australia’s premier science & technology research organisation
CSIRO Business and Infrastructure (CBIS) is seeking a Manager - Operations to manage the team of specialists that administers, monitors, operates and provides first line diagnostics of plant and equipment for the Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL) ensuring the containment of microbiological risks to meet OGTR and DAFF regulations.
Your duties will include
- Manage the operations of the SCADA and Security Team:
- Manage a small team of dedicated SCADA technicians who oversee plant operation and processes; monitor trends in the operation of facilities, plant and infrastructure; and where there are deviations of critical parameters take appropriate corrective action.
- Manage initial diagnostic responses to faults and minor repairs for the AAHL Plant Control and Monitoring System.
- Manage initial diagnostic responses to faults and minor repairs for the AAHL physical security systems.
- Development of “Whole of Life” asset management plans for the Plant Control and Monitoring System and Security Systems to ensure these systems continue to operate at an optimum level and replacements and upgrades are done in a timely and efficient manner.
- Ensure that timely notifications of faults are given to the Maintenance Group to enable repairs to be carried out.
Location: Geelong VIC
Salary: $111,663 to $130,848 plus up to 15.4% Superannuation
Tenure: Specified Term of 12 months
To be successful you will need
- Relevant tertiary qualifications including eligibility for professional membership of the Institution of Engineers, Australia.
- Demonstrated team leadership skills with strong interpersonal skills (negotiating, mentoring, coaching, training and reporting writing) to manage the operations of a customer focused Specialist Team engaged in the monitoring, control, security and minor repairs of the AAHL Facility.
- Demonstrated specialist technical knowledge of and experience with SCADA and security systems, LANs, PLCs and associated software. Able to demonstrate sound operation management skills for a large complex control system.
- Demonstrated high level technical knowledge and understanding of building and related engineering trades and services, including essential skills, relevant to the safe and sustainable operation of complex research facilities.
- Financial management skills including estimating, budgeting, cost control, recording and reporting.
- Demonstrated knowledge/experience and appreciation of relevant procedures/protocols associated with Occupational Health and Safety requirements applicable to personnel operations, safety and security at CSIRO’s research facilities.
- Prior experience in a similar facility and/or familiarity with engineering systems at AAHL and / or Knowledge of the principals of microbiological security.
- Expertise in electrical, mechanical, electronics, operation and maintenance and/or process plant engineering involving automated control systems.
- A sound understanding of plant diagnostic and maintenance methods and a demonstrated ability to analyse and solve problems in unfamiliar, ambiguous or otherwise unusual situations, where initiative is required.
This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen who are currently holding or having the ability to obtain a Negative Vetting 1 Australian Government security clearance.
Due to the nature of our work, applicants must:
- Possess a current driver’s, reside within 45 minutes travelling time to CSIRO AAHL and be willing to participate in an on-call roster.
- Be willing and able to adhere to CSIRO AAHL microbiological security requirements and HSE policies.
- Be willing and able to be vaccinated against rabies, hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis or other agents.
For details about who to contact and for more information please view Position Description
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To apply online, please provide a CV and cover letter outlining your suitability and motivation for the role.
Monday 15 April 2019