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Fleet Inspection & Commissioning Officer

Location: 

Kewdale, WA, AU

3 Apr 2024

Do you want to deliver work that truly matters to our community?

 

There’s never been a better time to join the energy industry! At Western Power we’re working towards our vision for a clean energy future and we’re looking for diverse, passionate people to join our team of world leading experts.

 

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Fleet Inspection & Commissioning Officer at Kewdale, on a Permanent Full-Time basis.


About this role

 

As the Fleet Inspection & Commissioning Officer you will be required to commission and inspect new and in service fleet units for compliance to regulatory and Western Power specification and design/ deliver specialised heavy vehicle and plant training to Western Power operators.

 

  • Train operators and maintenance staff to the required competency to operate plant and equipment on the electrical network.
  • Timely development of in-house training packages to meet unit commissioning target dates.
  • Inspect and commission fleet units into service against the required standard and specification.
  • Maintain close working relationships with operations operators to keep up to date with required work practices and local issues with the application of fleet equipment.
  • Work to the “Fleet in Service Schedule” for new plant and equipment.
  • Assist Fleet Engineer and Fleet Inspector as required.


About you 

 

We are seeking someone with experience and attributes that include:

 

  • AQF 3 Trade Qualification.
  • AQF 4 Train the Trainer Qualification.
  • Valid WA Driver’s License Class ‘HR’
  • Crane Licence C2/ EWP Licence/ Forklift License/ Dogging License/ Network Card is essential.
  • Significant industry experience with plant and equipment used in maintaining an electrical network.
  • Maintain a high safety standard for self and others in the operation of plant and equipment.
  • Ability to work unsupervised and in remote locations.
  • Excellent report writing and investigation skills for vehicle and plant incidents.
  • Formal qualifications in training, engineering or technical safety discipline.
  • Significant industry experience with plant and equipment used in maintaining an electrical network.
  • Significant industry experience in the repair and service of plant and equipment used in maintaining an electrical network.

 

Joining Western Power

 

Our people play a vital role in creating an innovative, safe, and supportive workplace, living our values and delivering exceptional service to the communities in which we operate.

 

With representation from 101 countries, Western Power has a rich, and diverse employee workforce. Through our established Employee Network Groups, we bring our people diversity to life. At Western Power, we strive to build an authentic culture of inclusion and belonging for all.

 

Our people are our strength. As an employee at Western Power, we offer:

  • Competitive remuneration;
  • A safe and sustainable workplace
  • Equal opportunity employment;
  • Personal development and training opportunities;
  • An award-winning employee recognition programme

 

Important information

 

We are also proud to have launched our Innovate RAP in Mar 2022 (Reconciliation Action Plan). Our Innovate RAP outlines our commitment to the Reconciliation journey in WA.

 

Our recruitment process requires that all candidates who progress to the pre-employment stage must hold a police clearance issued within the last six months.

 

Join us and play a part in powering the future of Western Australia.

 

To find out more about us please visit https://www.westernpower.com.au/about/

 

Submit your application by clicking the ‘apply’ button. 

 

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