- Apply your talent where it counts
- Several opportunities available to use your technical expertise to contribute to the delivery of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warfare frigates
- Enjoy flexibility and interesting work within our strong team culture
The largest surface shipbuilding endeavour in the nation’s history is now underway in Australia.
BAE Systems Maritime Australia (formerly known as ASC Shipbuilding), has been contracted to deliver nine of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warfare frigates to the Royal Australian Navy. The Hunter Class Frigate Program will create and sustain more than 5,000 jobs across BAE Systems and the wider Australian defence supply chain over the life of the program.
At BAE Systems Maritime Australia we live a safety-first and inclusive culture. We ensure that the voices and talents of all employees are valued and that everyone has a sense of belonging. Join us.
Apply your talent where it counts as Logistics Supportability Engineering Analysts in our BAE Systems Maritime Australia team on the Hunter Class Frigate Program (HCFP). These permanent and full time positions will be situated in both Adelaide and Melbourne.
Despite COVID-19, we have a strong pipeline of job opportunities and we are still hiring. We’re continuing to provide the Australian Defence Force with what they need to help protect the nation. Many of our people are now safely working from home. Of course some roles can’t be done from home and in those cases, we’re operating with an increased focus on health and safety on-site. We’re finding new ways of working in response to COVID-19 and our workforce is still delivering the best capability for Australia.
About the Opportunity
Several opportunities have arisen for Logistics Supportability Engineering Analysts to derive and analyse logistics support data and trends on equipment and systems on the Hunter Class Frigates.
Applications are now sought from committed individuals with various technical backgrounds to provide recommendations and ensure the effective operation and sustainment of the equipment and systems fitted to the HCF’s including combat, platform, communication, electrical and other systems. You will be part of an inclusive and supportive team, performing interesting work.
These opportunities will see you:
- Conduct investigations/studies and analyse source data collected for fitted equipment/systems to determine the operating, maintenance, engineering, training and support requirements for its life cycle
- Ensure logistics supportability engineering analysis best practice, sound advice and analysis is provided
- Develop and manage physical system/equipment logistic structures using the Logistic Support Analysis Record (LSAR) system
- Perform Failure Modes Effect Analysis and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) analysis and Level of Repair Analysis (LORA)
- Provide input to the development of the logistics supportability engineering analysis reports through the provision of data and assumptions extracted
- Draw conclusions and propose recommendations to improve equipment/system logistics supportability engineering analysis outcomes and life cycle costs
As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have:
- Logistics supportability engineering analysis experience, integrated logistics support (ILS) experience or technical trade/engineering experience
- Experience in the operation or maintenance of technical systems/equipment
- Sound computer skills, the ability to analyse technical data and provide sound recommendations
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop effective relationships
Whilst not essential, Defence or naval shipbuilding industry experience will be highly regarded.
Don’t meet every criteria listed above? Don’t worry. Providing you have the right foundational experience and qualifications, we encourage you to apply. Whether it be for this role or another, your skills and competencies are of interest to us.
As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.
Further information regarding clearances is available at: https://careers.au.baesystems.com/opportunity.html
Applications should be addressed to: Kon Yiannikopoulos, Talent Acquisition Specialist – Engineering, and made online here.
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