Engineering – team facts and opportunities
|More than 200 engineering professionals working across multiple defence projects||Specialists in Systems Engineering, Design Engineering, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, Weapons, System Safety, Human Factors, Tactical Systems, Communications, RAM and Cyber Security Engineering and an ILS function|
|Located in: Redbank in Queensland, Melbourne in Victoria and Adelaide in South Australia||Career opportunities for all levels of qualified engineers; from Graduates to Senior Specialists and Leads|
Take a glimpse into our engineering functions
Electronic Engineers responsibly design, integrate, and verify hardware systems, subsystems and components for the vehicles.
System Engineers are responsible for performing Systems Engineering and Verification to design, integrate, and verify systems, subsystems, and components for the Vehicle.
Our Cyber Security Engineers protect computers, networks and data from unauthorised entry and usually have experience in multiple software development methodologies, software configuration management, and coding languages.
Software Engineers are usually experienced in multiple software development methodologies, software configuration management, and coding languages.
Design Engineers are responsible for the design of systems, subsystems and components of tracked armoured vehicles over the products life cycle. A design engineer conceives and selects concepts in response to Requirements using a range of tools and methods such as weighted Trade-Off Studies and FMECA.
Meet our Lead Electrical Engineer, Maxwell Alcorn
Procurement – team facts and opportunities
The procurement department is part of our wider Supply Chain team and is one of largest growing teams in the region.
|19 team members; plans to double this year.||Team consists of procurement administrators, procurement specialists, supply chain program management professionals and leads|
|Based from our headquarters in Redbank, Queensland.||Numerous opportunities and pathways for long term career growth for procurement professionals|
Learn more about our Procurement roles
Specialist – Responsible for coordinating and leading the sourcing of goods and/or services across nominated categories within the business. Conduct analysis and market research on a variety of sourcing projects.
Senior Specialist – Reporting to a Category Manager, be responsible for conducting analysis and market research, development of comodity strategies, coordinating demand requirements and determining contracting strategies.
Manager – Lead a commodity group responsible for the sourcing of all parts, systems and/or services across the organisation. Category management, global engagement, local leadership, strategic sourcing, supplier relationship management, systems and leading continuous improvement projects and initiatives are key responsibilities of this role.
Project Specialist – Coordinate and lead the sourcing of goods and/or services across nominated categories and programs of work within the organisation. Manage quotes, tenders, purchase requisitions to deliver the best overall commercial value for the project. Supplier relationship management and performance reporting, while championing opportunities for improvement are key responsibilities.
Meet our Senior Manager Procurement, Kevin Arseneau
No matter the team or department, overall, you will be presented with rewarding challenges, collaborative thinking and the opportunity to work and deliver technology superiority locally here in Australia, but also internationally as part of the project. Push the technological envelope. Apply now!