The Control, Automation & Electrical Group is a Hatch global practice providing engineering design expertise to Hatch's metals and minerals, infrastructure and energy business units. Our capability spans through the whole project lifecycle comprising; scoping, conceptual design, pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, basic and detailed engineering, construction, commissioning, sustaining capital works and project management.
Be part of exceptional, diverse work teams combining and applying vast engineering and business knowledge to the world’s toughest challenges
Central office location; flexible and welcoming work environment
Gain the opportunity to work on various Projects for reputable, well-known Clients
Our team in Perth is currently seeking expressions of interest from experienced Instrumentation & Control Engineers experience to assist with a recent sustained growth in local workload.
Candidates are sought with experience in the design, specification, installation, expansion and optimisation of instrumentation and control systems infrastructure.
You will be involved in preparing discipline design, studies, calculations and documentation to support feasibility studies, as well as detailed engineering for supply and construction. You will provide input into capital estimates and project schedules. Other duties will include: providing key discipline input to multi-discipline project teams, participating in formal engineering review processes, and provision of on-site construction and commissioning technical support.
We are ideally looking for individuals who possess the following qualifications and skills:
A degree in engineering, demonstrated experience and CPEng status (or the experience necessary to attain this)
Excellent attitude towards safety and a demonstrated ability to comply with the safety requirements
Demonstrated design and engineering experience in the mining and metals sector (esp. iron ore, alumina and base metals) or similar heavy industries such as energy or infrastructure
Experience in the investigation, planning and supervision of construction works and/or maintenance activities in operational facilities
Have current knowledge of industry or regulatory standards and study criteria pertinent to instrumentation and control systems engineering ensuring compliance of design work with all relevant engineering standards and internal procedures
Ability to communicate effectively with both internal and external clients on a technical and interpersonal level
This is an opportunity to join an established team of professionals, work on challenging projects and develop your career whilst supporting Hatch's worldwide operations. An employee owned organisation, by joining Hatch you will have the opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for your efforts. You will be provided with many benefits including: competitive remuneration and above statutory superannuation payments; optional salary sacrifice for additional annual leave, and participation in various employee reward and recognition and health and wellbeing programs.