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Radar Lead, Melbourne, Bureau Of Meteorology

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220517
100 AU$
Radar Lead, Melbourne, Bureau Of Meteorology
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Radar lead
Min. Salary: 80.000
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APS Level 6, Ongoing
$84,417 - $95,979 + 15.4% super
Melbourne
The Bureau of Meteorology's Observing Operations Hub (Melbourne) are looking for a technical manager who is up for the challenge of managing the Victorian BoM RADAR network. The Victorian Radar Network is compromised of 5 radars located in Laverton, Broadmeadows, Rainbow, Yarrawonga and Bairnsdale.
The successful applicant should have a strong customer focus and will be required to liaise with stakeholder groups on technical aspects of the RADAR network, review and contribute to working documentation, prepare and deliver reports and provide technical expertise on equipment and procedures where required.
You are a leader with a passion to uplift capability, support transformation and possess outstanding communication, facilitation and influencing skills. You are a people-person, a good communicator, who can act appropriately when guiding and mentoring other staff
To be successful in this role you will:
Be an experienced electronics technician
Have experience managing assets
Have a 'hands on' attitude
Love the outdoors and visiting regional and remote areas
Always be willing to learn new skills
All members of the Observing Operations Hub team in Melbourne undertake moderate to complex network support tasks such as coordination of resources for maintenance, inspections and return to service of sophisticated technologies, advanced system diagnostics and fault finding, technical administration and providing support to teams working in remote environments.

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