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News Project engineer position opening at ECLIPS

Project engineer position opening at ECLIPS

14th March 2018

You will be the engineer responsible for designing and fabricating innovative container solutions and logistics platforms that solve our clients’ problems. You’ll work across the defence, resources and renewable energy sectors, where your client base will be diverse and no two days will be the same.

Not many engineers actually get to see their projects come to life, but in this cradle-to-grave role, you’ll have the opportunity to travel globally as you take the lead in design, fabrication and launch phases of your projects.

We are looking for an engineer with 5+ years experience and a track record of working in design/engineering teams to deliver innovative and functional solutions. You will have a degree in either Structural or Mechanical Engineering and practical knowledge of relevant legislation, Australian Standards and government policy guidelines that govern safety in design. Ideally your 5+ years engineering experience will come from the defence, mining or manufacturing industries. You will be familiar and competent with Solidworks and ANSYS.

To fit in with our team you will have initiative, a high standard of interpersonal communication, proven leadership skills, a demonstrated track record of delivering tasks on time, good writing abilities and personal integrity. We are a small team with a flat management structure and pride ourselves on being inclusive: when the pressure is on, everyone pitches in to help.

For more information and to apply for this exciting position, please view the job advertisement on SEEK.

Project Engineer (Structural/Mechanical) Job in ACT

ECLIPS Engineering is a dynamic Australian systems engineering company that designs and fabricates container based modular buildings and logistics platforms. ECLIPS’s products are used extensively in the military and resources sectors. This is your chance to work on challenging and rewarding projects that really matter.