Field Service Technician – Team Lead, Hydrography
Closes: 9 June 2022
The Bureau of Meteorology are seeking an enthusiastic and qualified technical lead with previous field experience to lead our Hydrography function in Brisbane.
Who are you?
You have an appetite for working in remote locations and a willingness to travel is essential.
You are a suitably qualified team player who likes to get hands-on in the field, and the prospect of seeing many parts of Australia excites you.
You are a leader with a passion to uplift capability, support transformation and possess outstanding communication, facilitation and influencing skills.
Who are we?
The Brisbane Hub, situated on Turrbal land, is one of the Bureau of Meteorology’s premier technical operations centres.
Staff based at the Brisbane Hub travel far and wide utilising 4WD’s, planes, boats and helicopters to maintain service delivery within the various instrumentation networks. This includes:
- Flood warning / rainfall monitoring systems
- Doppler Rain Radars
- Automatic Weather Stations (AWS)
- Upper-Air monitoring systems (Sounding Balloons)
- Tide/Sea Level gauges
- Wave height buoys
- Communications, telemetry and instrumentation systems
We offer specialised, in-house competency-based training on all our equipment and will ensure you have the necessary tools and skills to undertake this work.
The Bureau is an equal opportunities employer. We will support applicants with disability through our RecruitAbility Program and will provide reasonable adjustments such as access, equipment and other practical support at relevant stages of the recruitment process.
We recognise the need for our workforce to reflect the community we serve and provide an inclusive environment that respects and values diversity and is described in our Diversity and Inclusion Statement of Commitment. We strongly encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.
For more information and to apply visit http://www.bom.gov.au/careers
Closing Date for applications: 9 June 2022