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Chef @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply do

October 22nd, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Chef @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply do”

Train to become a Chef in the Royal Australian Air Force. Plan and prepare food in diverse environments, ranging from well-equipped air base facilities to in-flight galleys to field kitchens on deployments.

As an Air Force Chef look after the nutritional needs of personnel in diverse environments, while enjoying:

• An excellent salary plus generous superannuation
• Ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• Free medical and dental
• Job security and a good work/life balance
• Rewarding work and world-class training
• Subsidised accommodation
• A supportive team environment
• Travel and leave entitlements
• Free access to sports and fitness facilities
• Friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and supporting communities in need.

For many people, food preparation is their first paid job, and it often involves burgers.

In complete contrast, life as a Chef in the Air Force is infinitely more exciting. The kitchens are well equipped, the food is of the highest quality, and you’ll be fulfilling a role that’s critical to maintaining a fit, healthy and well sustained Defence Force.

The variety of the job really appeals to our Chefs. One week you could be on base preparing meals for in-flight service, and the next could see you cooking under canvas in a field kitchen. No two days are ever the same.

Whether you already have experience as a chef, or you’re just embarking on this popular vocation, you’ll be trained in all aspects of food preparation and production. The experience and qualifications you gain will benefit you in the future, both in and out of the Air Force.

Whether you want to take your trade to a higher level, or learn how to cook from scratch and gain nationally-recognise qualifications, here’s your chance to embark on a rewarding new career.

Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid military and trade training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $61,900 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in NSW and VIC
• Then posting to RAAF Base Amberley (QLD), Darwin (NT), Tindal (NT) or Williamtown (NSW)

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics
• For Qualified Entry a trade apprenticeship or an AQF Level 3 Certificate in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery)

If you do not have the required Year 10 passes you may be eligible to sit an Alternative Education Equivalency assessment. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 18010365 role available at Defence Force Recruiting. If you have experience, we want you. Apply today!

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Acoustic Analyst Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time

October 22nd, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Acoustic Analyst Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time”

Train to become a Submarine Acoustic Analyst in the Royal Australian Navy. Work in a unique and challenging environment, operating the sophisticated sensors that provide submarine commanders with essential intelligence.

As a Submarine Acoustic Analyst (also known as Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submariner), operate high-tech sensor equipment while enjoying:

• A good salary plus generous superannuation
• Ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• Free medical and dental
• Job security and a good work/life balance
• Rewarding work and world-class training
• Subsidised accommodation
• A supportive team environment
• Travel and leave entitlements
• Free access to sports and fitness facilities
• Friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining humanitarian missions and supporting communities in need.

You are deep in the Indian Ocean on a multinational exercise, studying your screen intently for the first signs of a simulated threat. A faint signal is received and the exercise intensifies. Your interpretation of this intelligence, and subsequent actions, will be critical to the safety of your submarine and its crew.

This is the type of scenario you could encounter as a Submarine Acoustic Analyst (Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submariner).

It takes a special kind of resourcefulness to join the Deep Elite, living and working with a close-knit team in the unique environment of a Collins Class submarine. But the rewards are many and varied and the onboard camaraderie is like no other.

Your role will be to operate, supervise and manage your submarine’s sonar equipment and acoustic sensors. You’ll detect, track and classify noise sources in the ocean and provide Command with tactical recommendations.

Given the limited crew size on submarines, every submariner gains the skills and knowledge to multitask on their vessel and react in the shortest possible time to incidents as they occur. This means you will also learn to handle and maintain small arms, and perform duties such as:

• Surface lookout
• Helmsman
• First response fire fighter
• Combat systems operator, and
• Hull preservation work and other seamanship evolutions.

If you have good communication skills and attention to detail, plus a love of adventure, this is your chance to embark on a rewarding career. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

So do you think you have the qualities and resolve to become a Submarine Acoustic Analyst (Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submariner)? Then apply now.

Salary

• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn over $74,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Based at HMAS Stirling near Perth WA or at the Joint Advanced Acoustic Analysis Centre at HMAS Albatross, Nowra NSW
• Much of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 18010357 role available at Defence Force Recruiting. If you have experience, we want you. Apply today!

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Communication Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (

October 22nd, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Communication Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (”

Train to become an ICT Technician in the Royal Australian Air Force. Turn your love of practical electronics into a great job, maintaining the high-tech sensor and communications equipment used by the Air Force.

As an ICT Technician (also known as Communication Electronic Technician), maintain and repair the Air Force’s advanced sensor and communication systems while enjoying:

• A good salary plus generous superannuation
• Ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• Free medical and dental
• Job security and a good work/life balance
• Rewarding work and world-class training
• Subsidised accommodation
• A supportive team environment
• Travel and leave entitlements
• Free access to sports and fitness facilities
• Friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and supporting communities in need.

From radar and satellite systems to digital voice communications, the Air Force relies on state of the art electronics to provide an accurate view of the airspace around us while communicating efficiently with aircrews. So it takes a special kind of technician to monitor, maintain and trouble-shoot these advanced systems.

In the varied and rewarding role of ICT Technician (Communication Electronic Technician), your ‘workshop’ could be anything from a climate controlled maintenance facility to a temporary in-the-field shelter overseas. You’ll be responsible for such systems as:

• Ground telecommunication equipment
• Surveillance and control equipment
• Integrated communication systems
• Navigation aids
• Ground-based radar systems
• Satellite communication systems, and
• IT infrastructure.

One morning you could be carrying out electrical measurements or configuring a network. The next may see you coordinating the delivery of spares. The one constant is that no two days will be the same.

Air Force technical training is world class and the skills you acquire can lead to nationally-recognised qualifications that will benefit you for life.

If you enjoy electronics, have a good eye for detail, and work well under pressure, this is your chance to embark on a really worthwhile career. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $65,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Crib Point, VIC
• Then posting to one of the many Air Force locations across Australia

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Mathematics and Science

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 180100362 role available at Defence Force Recruiting. If you have experience, we want you. Apply today!

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Hospitality and Logistics Support Submariner @ Defence Force Recr

October 22nd, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Hospitality and Logistics Support Submariner @ Defence Force Recr”

As a Hospitality and Logistics Support Submariner you’ll carry out a variety of food service and catering logistics roles while enjoying:
• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class trade training
• subsidised accommodation when on base
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities on base
• friendships that last a lifetime
All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining humanitarian missions and supporting communities in need.

Your role
It takes a special kind of resourcefulness to join the Deep Elite, living and working with a close-knit team in the unique environment of a Collins Class submarine. But for many Submariners, there’s no place they’d rather work.
As a Hospitality and Logistics Support Submariner you’ll find that few days are ever the same. You will have three main areas of responsibility:
1. Fulfilling service and hospitality duties in VIP and mess environments on base,
2. Managing hospitality, logistics and mess operations, including financial management, and
3. Performing general seamanship duties aboard submarines.
On completion of training you are likely to be employed in hospitality through table and bar service and event operation, expanding into business transactions.

When at sea, in addition to providing capability support you will be expected to take on additional duties around your submarine such as:
• helming,
• fire fighting
• replenishments, and
• the provision of emergency medical care.
If you are an ambitious and adventurous people person with a desire to learn new skills, this is your chance to secure a fulfilling and rewarding job. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.
Sounds good? Then apply now.

Salary
• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn approx. $78,000p.a.

Location
• Generally based at HMAS Stirling near Perth
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English and Mathematics (Science also desirable)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 18010367 role available at Defence Force Recruiting. If you have experience, we want you. Apply today!

Hospitality and Logistics Support Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

Marine Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim

September 14th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Marine Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim”

In this important role as a Marine Technician Submariner, you will specialise in engineering systems onboard and ashore. Through expert training and broad experience you will become adept at operating, monitoring and maintaining equipment across a diverse range of platforms, including:
• the ships’ main propulsion machinery
• associated propulsion control and monitoring systems
• electrical power generation and distribution systems
• auxiliary systems including air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration
• liquid and cargo handling systems
• hull structures and fittings, and
• pumps, motors and ancillary system equipment.

You will also be required to manufacture, supply and install components to systems as part of a Fleet Support Unit work team. World-class trade training will ensure you are multi-skilled, competent and safe to undertake your role as a maintainer.

Whether you’re already trade qualified, about to leave school, or seek a new direction, this is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile career.

Salary
• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn over $74,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Any Navy base in Australia, based on needs
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Maths (non-modified) and Science (preferably with Physics content)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Sounds good? Then apply now.

Ref:170050286

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Electronics Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Ful

September 14th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electronics Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Ful”

As a Electronic Technician Submariner, you’ll be responsible for the maintenance and repair of:

• torpedo-firing systems
• sonar
• navigation equipment
• communication systems, and
• other advanced technology.

It’s a far cry from repairing televisions and cable networks, and no two days will ever be the same.

Trained by some of the best in the business you’ll work with the latest tools and equipment, and learn highly sought-after skills across a broad range of electronic platforms.

It takes a special kind of resourcefulness to join the Deep Elite, living and working with a close-knit team in the unique environment of a Collins Class submarine. The rewards are many and varied and the onboard camaraderie is like no other.

Whether you’re already trade qualified, about to leave school, or seek a new direction, this is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile career.

Salary
• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn over $74,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Based at HMAS Stirling near Perth
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Maths (non-modified) and Science (preferably with Physics content)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Sounds good? Then apply now.

Ref:170050284

Electronics Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on Found. To apply download the Found for Job Seekers app today!

Communications Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting

August 31st, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Communications Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting”

Train to become a Communication Electronic Technician in the Australian Air Force. Turn your love of practical electronics into a great job, maintaining the high-tech sensor and communications equipment used by the Air Force.

As an ICT Technician (also known as Communication Electronic Technician), maintain and repair the Air Force’s advanced sensor and communication systems while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining peacekeeping missions and supporting communities in need.

From radar and satellite systems to digital voice communications, the Air Force relies on state of the art electronics to provide an accurate view of the airspace around us while communicating efficiently with aircrews. So it takes a special kind of technician to monitor, maintain and trouble-shoot these advanced systems.

In the varied and rewarding role of ICT Technician (Communication Electronic Technician), your ‘workshop’ could be anything from a climate controlled maintenance facility to a temporary in-the-field shelter overseas. You’ll be responsible for such systems as:

• Ground telecommunication equipment
• Surveillance and control equipment
• Integrated communication systems
• Navigation aids
• Ground-based radar systems
• Satellite communication systems, and
• IT infrastructure.

One morning you could be carrying out electrical measurements or configuring a network. The next may see you coordinating the delivery of spares. The one constant is that no two days will be the same.

Air Force technical training is world class and the skills you acquire can lead to nationally-recognised qualifications that will benefit you for life.

If you enjoy electronics, have a good eye for detail, and work well under pressure, this is your chance to embark on a really worthwhile career. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary
• Fully-paid training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $65,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Training in Wagga Wagga, NSW and Crib Point, VIC
• Then posting to one of the many Air Force locations across Australia

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Mathematics and Science

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170110307

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Hydrographic Surveyor @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on F

August 31st, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Hydrographic Surveyor @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on F”

Train to become a Hydrographic Surveyor in the Australian Navy. Contribute to the production of nautical charts and Defence geospatial products to enable the safe passage of world shipping.

As a Hydrographic Surveyor (also known as Hydrographic Surveying Sailor) in the Navy, help map the world’s oceans while enjoying:

• a good salary plus generous superannuation
• ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• free medical and dental
• job security and a good work/life balance
• rewarding work and world-class training
• subsidised accommodation
• a supportive team environment
• travel and leave entitlements
• free access to sports and fitness facilities
• friendships that last a lifetime

All that plus meaningful experiences such as joining humanitarian missions and supporting communities in need.

Imagine ‘driving’ a submarine at 20 knots without knowing the shape of the seafloor. Or steering a warship into a harbour without being aware of local shoals and reefs, and the state of the tide.

Every sailor knows that accurate and detailed charts are essential tools for safe navigation and pilotage. The Navy has always had a responsibility to collect, analyse and publish the ‘hydrographic’ data that fills those charts, which are now in electronic form as well as paper.

This important work ensures the safety of world shipping.

As a Hydrographic Surveyor (Hydrographic Surveying Sailor) aboard a Navy survey ship, you’ll share the responsibility for mapping one eighth of the Earth’s surface. In this rewarding hydrographic and geospatial orientated role you’ll use sophisticated equipment to:

• monitor, record and process positions and depths
• confirm seabed textures and compositions
• monitor, record, process and interpret tides, and
• assist in the production of Rapid Environmental Assessment products for use by the Defence organisation.

When you join the Navy and successfully complete the recruit and initial category training, you will be employed initially with the title Hydrographic Systems Operator.

With no prior knowledge necessary, you’ll be trained by experts, work with advanced technology, and learn skills across a broad range of technical disciplines. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic organisation that offers a great lifestyle plus opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Salary

• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, starting package approx. $63,500 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location

• Any fleet unit or shore establishment in Australia
• Much of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements

• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Maths and Science (preferably with Physics content)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Ref: 170100255

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Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on

August 31st, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Electronics Technician @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Time) on”

Train to become an electronics technician in the Australian Navy. Imagine the job satisfaction of crossing the oceans, helping maintain advanced missile systems, navigation equipment, communication networks and more.

If you enjoy electronics and communications, this could be the job for you. Imagine the excitement and satisfaction of working on a state-of-the-art warship, maintaining missile and gun systems, radars, navigation and communications equipment and other advanced technology.

No two days will be the same as you work with guns, GPS, advanced communication equipment, surveillance equipment and warfare systems. It’s a far cry from rigging ring mains and cable networks.

You’ll be trained by some of the best in the business, work with advanced tools and equipment, and learn highly sought-after skills across a broad range of electronic platforms.

Better still, you’ll be working for a world-class organisation that offers a great salary, excellent benefits, job security and the kind of opportunities you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Life in the Navy is like nothing else. Ours is a dynamic and supportive environment where you’ll have life-changing experiences such as joining peacekeeping and humanitarian missions. Along the way you’ll visit some amazing places around the world, make friends for life, have access to great sports and social facilities when ashore, and develop your skills and confidence.

Pay and Benefits

We pay you to train and acquire the skills required to be an Electronics Technician. Then once you’ve completed your training you’ll enjoy a starting salary package of approximately $62,152 p.a. plus higher than average superannuation, along with:

• Ongoing investment in your personal and career development
• Good work/life balance
• Medical and dental cover
• Rental assistance.

Location

You could be posted to any Navy base in Australia or possibly overseas. Naturally much of your time will be spent at sea.

Entry Requirements

Whether you’re already trade qualified, about to leave school, or seek a new direction, this is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile career.

You must be at least 17 years of age, an Australian Citizen and have completed Year 10 with passes in English, Maths (non-modified) and Science (preferably with Physics content).

Ref: 170100254

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Marine Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim

August 24th, 2018 Posted by Job Ads 0 thoughts on “Marine Technician Submariner @ Defence Force Recruiting (Full Tim”

In this important role as a Marine Technician Submariner, you will specialise in engineering systems onboard and ashore. Through expert training and broad experience you will become adept at operating, monitoring and maintaining equipment across a diverse range of platforms, including:
• the ships’ main propulsion machinery
• associated propulsion control and monitoring systems
• electrical power generation and distribution systems
• auxiliary systems including air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration
• liquid and cargo handling systems
• hull structures and fittings, and
• pumps, motors and ancillary system equipment.

You will also be required to manufacture, supply and install components to systems as part of a Fleet Support Unit work team. World-class trade training will ensure you are multi-skilled, competent and safe to undertake your role as a maintainer.

Whether you’re already trade qualified, about to leave school, or seek a new direction, this is your chance to embark on a really rewarding and worthwhile career.

Salary
• Fully-paid trade training
• Once trained, earn over $74,000 p.a. plus superannuation
• Numerous other benefits

Location
• Any Navy base in Australia, based on needs
• Some of your time will be spent at sea

Entry Requirements
• At least 17 years of age
• Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
• Year 10 completion with passes in English, Maths (non-modified) and Science (preferably with Physics content)

Medical and fitness guidelines also apply.

Sounds good? Then apply now.

Ref:170050286

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