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Project Engineer - Construction Assurance

NAVAL GROUP AUSTRALIA

Job Description

Job no: 492613
Work type: Permanent - Full-time
Location: Australia: Adelaide
Categories: Engineering

Naval Group Australia (NGA) is seeking a Project Engineer – Construction Assurance to join the Future Submarine Program (FSP). The largest and most ambitious defence acquisition program Australia has ever undertaken. Professional challenges don’t come any bigger than this.

Reporting to the Submarine Construction Yard (SCY) Infrastructure Manager, the role will involve developing and executing the SCY construction assurance process. It will also involve supporting the development of the SCY infrastructure design and participating in the design assurance process.


More specifically, the Project Engineer – Construction Assurance will:

  • Develop the strategy for the construction assurance of the SCY in line with the Infrastructure Functional Requirements (IFR).
  • Develop the construction assurance scope of work for each part of the SCY.
  • Collaborate with external stakeholders in relation to the planning and implementation of the construction assurance activities, including scope, schedule and quality.
  • Coordinate the internal review of the managing contractor’s testing and commissioning plans.

To be successful in this position, the role suits a candidate that is:

  • Degree qualified in engineering.
  • Experienced in the development and delivery of major infrastructure projects.
  • Skilled in technical report writing and project management.
  • Organised, with excellent communication skills.

As part of our team, you will get exposed to unique technical challenges. You will get to work on a project from its infancy and make a significant contribution to its success. You will grow as the program evolves over the next 50 years, and you will work alongside some of the brightest minds from around the world.

Take your career to the next level.


Please note: You must be eligible to attain an NV1 Australian Defence Security Clearance. (Please visit the ASGVA website http://www.defence.gov.au/AGSVA/factsheets-forms.asp for further information relating to obtaining and maintaining a security clearance).

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is applicable and as such your nationality may be a factor in establishing your suitability for this role.