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Signal Maint Tech - Bendigo

VLine (Victoria)

Bendigo, Goldfields and Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia

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Job Posted: 03/10/2017

Job Category:

Apprenticeships & Traineeships / IT & Telecommunications

Job description:

Location: Bendigo
Job Code: 05040
# of openings: 1


Permanent Full Time

V/Line, Victoria's largest regional passenger transport operator, has a proud history of serving its communities and customers through rail and coach services. As part of a constantly evolving industry, V/Line is responsible for over 80 train stations and maintenance of approximately 4,200 kilometres of rail track across Victoria. The organisation is committed to maintaining a high focus on safety and delivering excellent customer service, continually striving to improve the overall customer experience.

Reporting to the Signals Supervisor Bendigo, the Signal Maintenance Technician will be responsible for carrying out the safe, efficient and effective maintenance and renewals of signalling equipment and systems to a high degree of integrity to ensure rail safety standards are met.

We are looking for a trade qualified SMT or SMT Apprentice. Apprentices will be required to continue their training in Certificate III Electrotechnology and/or Certificate IV Rail & Tram Signalling. Training will continue to be a combination of on & off the job, with off the job training being conducted in Melbourne. Apprentice applicants will already have completed a minimum of Certificate II in Electrotechnology.

You need to have a passion for electronics and computer networking, the ability to multi task and be keen to take on various tasks as requested. You will be required to work on a rotating shift basis, with weekend and overtime as required in various locations across the V/Line network. You will hold a valid driver’s licence and are required to wear and maintain a full V/Line uniform.

The successful applicant will be paid in accordance with the current V/Line (Infrastructure) Enterprise Agreement (EA) 2015-2019 IMW (S&E) (depending on experience) and is a Medical Category 1 position. The selection process may include aptitude assessments, a behavioural event interview, national probity (police) check and medical examination in line with the National Standard for Health Assessment for Rail Safety Workers. Please note that all candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application but unsuccessful candidates will not be provided with specific feedback.

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