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Australian Defence Force

  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Royal Australian Navy - Electronics Engineer Submariner

Australia Wide
Electronics Engineer Submariners lead high performance teams to maintain combat, communications and intelligence systems onboard advanced submarines.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Salary
$100,000 - $119,999
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
1 Dec 2020
Applications Close
31 Dec 2020

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Your role:

As an Electronics Engineer Submariner, you'll serve as one of the Navy's electrical and combat systems experts. You'll lead a team to maintain advanced combat, self-defence, sensor, communications and intelligence systems onboard submarines. This really isn't an ordinary engineering role.

As the engineering authority onboard, you'll get a lot of responsibility early in your career. You're there to make sure the submarine's systems are available for the mission and work effectively and safely. To help achieve this task, you'll work closely with other military units, Defence industries, and Government agencies. The importance of your role can't be overstated.

Teamwork is an important part of the role. You'll work in a close-knit team that really rely on each other. There are also many opportunities for career growth and overseas travel; all while playing a vital role in protecting Australia.

If you're looking for a challenging, technically-minded job where you can work with complex platforms, then a role as an Electronics Engineer Submariner could be for you.

Some of your core duties include, but aren't limited to:

  • Leading and looking after the Electrical Engineering team
  • Monitoring system performance and failure,
  • Developing and evaluating proposed repairs,
  • Supervising and evaluating equipment trials,
  • Resource management,
  • Assigning and scheduling team members,
  • Finances relevant to your jobs.

Life as an Electronics Engineer Submariner is constantly changing, with new challenges regularly emerging as the Navy introduces new submarines, technology and systems. To meet these challenges, you'll complete a variety of internal courses and will have the opportunity for postgrad training at different universities throughout your career.

In addition to your core duties, you'll also take on the role of a Divisional Officer. This means taking on leadership, management, and mentoring tasks; providing career advice to up to 50 junior and senior sailors and junior officers.

There are also a wide variety of shore based positions for periods when you are not posted to a ship including operational planning, project management, career management and general managerial engineering roles.

Life in the Navy:

A career in the Navy is a challenging and highly rewarding working environment that comes with good work/life balance, competitive salary and skills for life. You can expect to feel a unique sense of accomplishment and pride from serving and protecting our country and helping to keep our vast coastlines safe.

Life in the Navy is anything but mundane. You'll enjoy varied lifestyles, rewarding careers, opportunities to travel, and excellent social and fitness facilities, free medical and dental; all in a dynamic and fulfilling working environment.

Don't worry, it's not all life at sea—there's more to the Navy than ships, submarines and helicopters.
Some days, you might be exploring exciting new countries with your fellow crewmates. Other days, you could be stationed locally not too far from home.

Salary:

Upon completion of your initial military and initial employment training, you'll enjoy a competitive starting salary package of up to $116,488 including service and uniform allowances, as well as a Maritime Allowance (if applicable).

In addition to your salary, you will receive generous superannuation, housing subsidies and free medical and dental care.

Apply Now:

For this role, you must be an Australian Citizen and able to meet the minimum security, medical and fitness requirements. You'll also need to provide evidence of holding or be near completing an engineering degree, permitting graduate membership to Engineers Australia (EA) as a professional engineer. The preferred disciplines for your degree include: Avionics; Communications/ Telecommunications; Computer Systems; Electrical/Electronics; Electrical (Power); Mechatronics; or Software. Other engineering disciplines will be considered on a case by case basis.

Click the APPLY button if you think you have what it takes to become an Electronic Engineer Submariner and we'll get in contact with you shortly.
You can also visit the link below to view the full position description and learn more about life in the Navy.

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