Engineering Management Systems (ems) Manager, Adelaide, Finite It Recruitment

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220045
200 AU$
Engineering Management Systems (ems) Manager, Adelaide, Finite It Recruitment
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Engineering management systems (ems) manager
Min. Salary: 150.000

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Finite are currently seeking Defence Engineers to join our Tier One client in supporting their critical aerospace and space programs.
We are actively seeking a senior engineer to fill the position Engineering Management Systems (EMS) Manager to assist in supporting the development of a fit for purpose Engineering Management System; to span multiple advance capabilities.
Primary Responsibilities
Assist and contribute in the development of the Engineering Management System (EMS). Areas for development include:
Alignment with the CASG Air domain
Synergies between the program office and other entities
Assist in the development and maintenance of the program's EMS templates and procedures, including the periodic review of the Engineering Management Plan (EMP)
Engage senior stakeholders to deliver:
Business Unit EMS requirements
Requirements for procedures and template
The provision of EMS services to Business Units
Provide guidance and training to personnel around the EMS artefacts.
Develop EMS metrics that articulate system health indicators including the review and audit metrics of EMS artefacts.
Skills & Experience
Formal engineering qualifications and experience, necessary to hold Engineering authority
Demonstrated experience developing and managing engineering management systems or systems engineering management systems
Ability to work effectively, both autonomously and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
Familiarity and understanding of CASG business management processes
Familiarity with Defence technical regulatory frameworks (e.g. DASR, TAMM)
Strong ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders via technical packages, reports, written correspondence, discussions and presentations to maintain governance and assurance
Hold an active Defence Security Clearance of NV1

Please submit your CV in WORD FORMAT.
Who are Finite
Finite is an Australian owned, award winning independent Defence and Government technology recruitment company. We currently support and supply to many of the country's largest prime contractors, SMEs, PSPs, State and Federal Government organisations.

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