Entura is one of the world’s most experienced specialist power and water consulting firms. As part of Hydro Tasmania, Australia’s largest renewable energy producer and water manager, we are backed by more than 100 years of creating energy and maintaining power and water assets.
Entura can offer you a coveted opportunity to work with highly regarded experts and thought leaders in our industry.
We are currently seeking a Senior Technical Officer to join Entura in either Cambridge (Hobart) Tasmania or Melbourne, Victoria. This position is being offered on a three year maximum-term contract.
The Senior Technical Officer Instrumentation & Data Systems is responsible for the provision of reliable hydrological, meterological, and environmental data monitoring systems for the purpose of capturing and presenting high quality time series data to Entura’s clients, both nationally and internationally.
You will work with highly regarded experts and thought leaders in our industry as part of a diverse team, supporting clients from offices in Australia, India, South East Asia, the Pacific and South Africa. This position may require some local, national, and international travel.
To be considered for this position you will have a relevant qualification in Electronics / Communication technology as well as 5 years’ experience in the capture of hydrological data.
You are a true team player, able to operate under minimal supervision whilst showing initiative, and have a “can do” attitude. A good knowledge of computer software packages for instrumentation systems and data management capture and presentation is also essential.
To apply for this position, apply online at https://www.seek.com.au/job/34527246?type=standard&userqueryid=4908a634a42008d459326682cebacdd5-5673886
Please attach your cover letter detailing why you are the most suitable person for the role and your resume.
Please feel free to attach any other supportive documentation such as qualifications and that are relevant to the position.
Applications close at 5.00pm AEDT on Sunday 29th October 2017.