Automated Systems Maintenance Engineering Senior Technical Officer

Automated Systems Maintenance Engineering Senior Technical Officers monitor/validate/evaluate automated equipment and systems, manage risk, develop and manage maintenance programs, and provide technical advice.

Personal requirements of an Automated Systems Maintenance Engineering Senior Technical Officer may include:

  • Good communications skills
  • Good maths and science
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Good hand-eye coordination
  • Project and team management

Automated Systems Maintenance Engineering Senior Technical Officers may complete the following tasks:

  • Manage risk in electrotechnology activities
  • Implement and monitor OHS policies and procedures
  • Compile and produce an electrotechnology report
  • Solve problems in complex multiple path circuits
  • Provide computational solutions to basic engineering problems
  • Document occupational hazards and risks in electrotechnology
  • Write specifications for automated systems projects
  • Set up controls on complex fluid systems
  • Manage automated systems projects
  • Plan automated systems projects
  • Manage effective workplace relationships
  • Manage workplace information systems
  • Facilitate continuous improvement
  • Facilitate and capitalise on change and innovation
  • Ensure team effectiveness

Entry requirements may vary but most employers require Year 10 and some may prefer Year 12. Experience required includes an electrical apprenticeship or traineeship at certificate level (e.g. Diploma of Research and Development) plus relevant years of on-the-job experience as this is a senior role.