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Opportunity HighlightsBe at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and geophysical exploration Embark on exciting field assignments at national and international site destinationsAdditional company benefits: bonus + private medical insurance + healthy living reimbursement RETAINED SEARCH/ EXCLUSIVE LISTINGAbout the clientOur client is a world leader in airborne and marine geophysical solutions, including value-adding data acquisition, data processing, data interpretation, data management and specialised software. They offer natural resource mapping for oil and gas, mining, underground water and geothermal resources and predominately serve the government, energy and utility markets. As a world leader in MagRad technology services, they cover the full range of technologies in airborne geophysics, marine and Geographic Information Systems, holding a total of 24 patents.With its headquarters situated in Spain, and 13 office locations worldwide, they have executed more than 1000 projects across 6 continents. In addition to their team of 250 highly qualified employees, they own 85 geophysical systems and a fleet of 25 specialised aircraft. They continue to execute projects with sustainability, technological innovation, operational excellence, and cost efficiency at the center of their core values.Due to business growth, they are seeking a Geophysical Field Electronic Technician to join their internationally growing team based in Jandakot, WA.    About the roleSurvey projects range in size and scope, with thousands of line kilometres flown on an annual basis on various airborne geophysical technologies in various countries in the Eastern hemisphere. As a Geophysical Field Electronic Technician, you will participate in all facets of the airborne geophysical survey including safety, survey operations, equipment maintenance, data quality, staffing, operator training, and logistics.Reporting to the Geophysical Systems Manager, you will rotate between working in the Jandakot office and being in the field for up to 4 weeks at a time. In the field, you are assigned to a multidisciplinary team of 3-5 members consisting of pilots, operation field technicians, licensed aircraft engineers and geophysicists. Working collaboratively with your team, you will ensure the project stays on target, data is collected efficiently, and uptime is maximised. You will utilise your hands-on experience in electronic and mechanical tools and instrumentation, to complete calibrations, fault finding and repairs of the geophysical equipment, as well as, prepare daily reports on its status. Some other tasks you will be responsible for are: Participating in project risk assessments, audits, inspections and job safety planning Ensuring all crew are issued and comply with all appropriate HSE policies, procedures, documents and work instructions Conducting weekly crew meetings Conducting quality control on first-line data collected whilst flyingManaging in-field data, uploads and providing data to the data processing department Coordinating the mobilisation and demobilisation of equipment and personnelEnsuring the daily field activities comply with project and contract specificationsThis role offers full training and on-the-job skills development for those looking to become or advance their career in airborne geophysical surveying. The following benefits are also provided: Onsite parking available BonusesField allowance Per diemTime off in lieu Party chief allowance Private medical insurance       Salary continuation                  Healthy living reimbursement Paid Fringe Benefit Tax Relocation assistance and / or visa sponsorship will be considered for the right candidate.  About youThe successful candidate will be keen to learn, have natural leadership qualities, and be able to utilise an autonomous approach. You will ideally have an electronic, mechanical, aviation, or relevant TAFE qualification. Previous hands-on electronic experience is advantageous, particularly soldering on PCBs and using multimeters or oscilloscopes.  If you don't meet all of the requirements listed here, but still feel you'd be a good fit for the role due to your skills or experience, please don't hesitate to apply!Please note: To be considered for this position you must have current work rights in Australia (i.e. Australian citizenship, permanent residency or eligible working visa). All applications will strictly be handled by 11 Recruitment.For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Graham Patullo on 6186 1634  Keywords: Electronic Technician, Electronic Engineer, Graduate Electronic Engineer, Graduate Electronic Technician, Aviation, Aerospace, Geophysics, Physics, Mechanical, Engineering.  70000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Fremantle & Southern Suburbs Jandakot 6164

Geophysical Field Electronic Technician - Airborne Surveying

  • Work for a world leader in airborne and marine geophysical surveying
  • Travel to local and international field destinations
  • Company benefits: private medical insurance + healthy living reimbursement

Opportunity Highlights

  • Be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and geophysical exploration 
  • Embark on exciting field assignments at national and international site destinations
  • Additional company benefits: bonus + private medical insurance + healthy living reimbursement

 

RETAINED SEARCH/ EXCLUSIVE LISTING

About the client
Our client is a world leader in airborne and marine geophysical solutions, including value-adding data acquisition, data processing, data interpretation, data management and specialised software. They offer natural resource mapping for oil and gas, mining, underground water and geothermal resources and predominately serve the government, energy and utility markets. As a world leader in MagRad technology services, they cover the full range of technologies in airborne geophysics, marine and Geographic Information Systems, holding a total of 24 patents.

With its headquarters situated in Spain, and 13 office locations worldwide, they have executed more than 1000 projects across 6 continents. In addition to their team of 250 highly qualified employees, they own 85 geophysical systems and a fleet of 25 specialised aircraft. They continue to execute projects with sustainability, technological innovation, operational excellence, and cost efficiency at the center of their core values.

Due to business growth, they are seeking a Geophysical Field Electronic Technician to join their internationally growing team based in Jandakot, WA.   

 

About the role
Survey projects range in size and scope, with thousands of line kilometres flown on an annual basis on various airborne geophysical technologies in various countries in the Eastern hemisphere. As a Geophysical Field Electronic Technician, you will participate in all facets of the airborne geophysical survey including safety, survey operations, equipment maintenance, data quality, staffing, operator training, and logistics.

Reporting to the Geophysical Systems Manager, you will rotate between working in the Jandakot office and being in the field for up to 4 weeks at a time. In the field, you are assigned to a multidisciplinary team of 3-5 members consisting of pilots, operation field technicians, licensed aircraft engineers and geophysicists. Working collaboratively with your team, you will ensure the project stays on target, data is collected efficiently, and uptime is maximised. 

You will utilise your hands-on experience in electronic and mechanical tools and instrumentation, to complete calibrations, fault finding and repairs of the geophysical equipment, as well as, prepare daily reports on its status. 

Some other tasks you will be responsible for are: 

  • Participating in project risk assessments, audits, inspections and job safety planning 
  • Ensuring all crew are issued and comply with all appropriate HSE policies, procedures, documents and work instructions 
  • Conducting weekly crew meetings 
  • Conducting quality control on first-line data collected whilst flying
  • Managing in-field data, uploads and providing data to the data processing department 
  • Coordinating the mobilisation and demobilisation of equipment and personnel
  • Ensuring the daily field activities comply with project and contract specifications

This role offers full training and on-the-job skills development for those looking to become or advance their career in airborne geophysical surveying. The following benefits are also provided: 

  • Onsite parking available 
  • Bonuses
  • Field allowance 
  • Per diem
  • Time off in lieu 
  • Party chief allowance 
  • Private medical insurance       
  • Salary continuation                  
  • Healthy living reimbursement 
  • Paid Fringe Benefit Tax

 

Relocation assistance and / or visa sponsorship will be considered for the right candidate. 

 

About you
The successful candidate will be keen to learn, have natural leadership qualities, and be able to utilise an autonomous approach. You will ideally have an electronic, mechanical, aviation, or relevant TAFE qualification. Previous hands-on electronic experience is advantageous, particularly soldering on PCBs and using multimeters or oscilloscopes. 

 

If you don't meet all of the requirements listed here, but still feel you'd be a good fit for the role due to your skills or experience, please don't hesitate to apply!

Please note: To be considered for this position you must have current work rights in Australia (i.e. Australian citizenship, permanent residency or eligible working visa).

 

All applications will strictly be handled by 11 Recruitment.For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Graham Patullo on 6186 1634

 

 

Keywords: Electronic Technician, Electronic Engineer, Graduate Electronic Engineer, Graduate Electronic Technician, Aviation, Aerospace, Geophysics, Physics, Mechanical, Engineering. 

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