About you. About us. About us working together in the future?
Do you find small companies too small and large firms too impersonal? Are you looking for a company of a manageable size so you feel at home but with an international element so you can develop? Do you really enjoy the challenge of complex requirements – and don't just say that because it sounds good? Are you aware that independent working means more responsibility? Have you always wanted to grow with a company – and to have the feeling that you've really contributed something?
The purpose of this role is to execute the production activities required to complete production requirements within the allotted/planned schedule, in accordance to Safety, Quality, and other Company Policies, Procedures, Standards and Work Practices.
- Work experience from mining equipment assembly/refurbishment preferred
- Competitive remuneration including access to our employee discount program
- Strong commitment to safety and contribution to a high performing team in line with company culture and values
About the role:
Reporting directly to the Production Manager & Supervisor, this position forms part of the core working teams within the production facility. The role contributes to the efficient and safe assembly of screens and other processing equipment.
- Provide necessary labour requirement and support in Production activities, which includes disassembly, parts cleaning/preparation, assembly, blasting, painting, testing, location transfers, loading/unloading of parts/products, and dispatch of parts/products related to fixed plant equipment.
- Ensure assigned trades work is completed safely and in accordance with quality requirements, company policy and all statutory requirements
- Perform duties/maintenance, parts requisition, asset maintenance, including facility clean-up and housekeeping activities.
- Assist in OHSE, Quality and LEAN Manufacturing-related activities such as audits, training, investigation, data collection, workshops, meetings, drills, project execution and other events
- Initiate and complete Work Orders and ensure timely sign off / close off for completed work along with relevant feedback information and other reports as required
To be successful in the above duties, You will have:
- A valid Australian verified Qualification
- Experience in Production or Workshop Operations of minimum12 months experience.
- Ability to read and interpret Engineering Drawings
- Experience in handling/operation of grinders, sanders, rattle guns, lathe machine, etc. depending on trade
- Holds a valid Forklift Operation High Risk Work Licence (LF)
- Valid Basic Rigging, Work High Risk Work Licence (RB) as required
In return we offer you:
Undergo a thorough induction program to help you get up to speed in your first 6 months
A friendly, fun, and flexible environment where we work collaboratively and celebrate our achievements
Work with a dedicated team, not just colleagues
Receive guidance from leaders who know the work inside out and are invested in training and coaching new team members
We at Schenck Process stand by our company values. We openly welcome and support inclusion and diversity.
Schenck Process provides equal opportunities without discrimination in all our recruitment. We are committed to an inclusive workplace, where all employees are given the opportunity to develop and contribute to their full potential.
Our corporate culture is characterised by an openness to new ideas, comprehensive thinking, self-responsibility and flat hierarchies, which our employees experience and implement on a daily basis around the globe. We are driven by new technical challenges day after day. No matter whether you join us as someone with plenty of experience, a new recruit with emerging experience, a student, graduate or intern – the future looks bright for you!
Schenck Process is a global technology and market leader in applied measuring technology. With over 2,500 employees around the globe and companies in 22 countries on all five continents, the Schenck Process Group has a turnover of approx. €550 million.
Schenck Process Australia is headquartered in Sydney and has assembly workshops located on the East and West Coasts of the continent employing around 200 people. Core competencies and capabilities are engineering design and applications, production, procurement, project management for the minerals processing and materials handling in the mining industry.