Job title: Reliability Engineer
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable
Job published: 26-05-2023
Job ID: 35694

Job Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading engineering and digital technology company who brings over 20 years of experience to a relatively new Australian based SME whose head office is in Adelaide.


Who we are:


Predict Australia is a business success story.  With the backing of the French parent company, over the past four years, Predict Australia has developed a solid and growing business across a number of industrial sectors including mining, oil & gas and energy by providing bespoke predictive maintenance and optimisation solutions based on Predict's proven platform, KASEM.  Originally implemented for the remote monitoring of hydroelectric power stations, Predict's technologies are now widely applied across a range of sectors.  More than 350,000 pieces of equipment are monitored by Predict's digital solutions 24/7 contributing to a significant reduction in operation and maintenance costs for their clients.


The Opportunity:


Reliability Engineer (mechanical/mechatronic/electrical)

With passion for data and technology and an understanding of maintenance and/or reliability engineering principles, we are seeking a qualified mechanical/mechatronic/electrical engineer.  Reporting to, and working closely with, the Director and other team members you will work with clients on the successful configuration, deployment and management of our solutions across mining, oil & gas and other heavy industries. 


Key Responsibilities, not limited to:

    • Manage the configuration and deployment of digital tools and algorithms for clients
    • Convert client needs into a roadmap of product development
    • Recommend data-driven improvements for reliability and maintenance strategies


Not essential but it would be fantastic if you had:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Mechanical or related discipline)
    • Minimum of 12 months in an Engineering role, ideally in the mining/industry sectors
    • Ideally you have experience in reliability engineering in the mining/industry sectors
    • Understanding of basic statistical/data science principles
    • Basic programming skills are required (C++, Python)
    • Project management skills
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills

If this sounds like your next role and you would like further information, please call Paula Turbill on 0412 850 940 for a confidential discussion or apply via the link.