TRILITY is an established industry leader, solely dedicated to the delivery of water, wastewater and reuse solutions across Australia and New Zealand’s municipal, industrial and resource sectors. This leadership draws on more than 25 years’ experience in providing high-quality solutions for our public and private sector clients, including financing, design and construction, operations and maintenance, asset management, utility services, and equipment solutions. Our capabilities span the full life cycle of water, delivering services to millions of people every day.
As a Process Controller you are accountable within the sphere of your control, for the performance of treatment plants and projects to the required quantitative and qualitative standards set out in applicable Project Agreements. You will have a high sense of ‘ownership’ for the plants you control and will apply yourself to a broad range of tasks as shown below. Your duties will cover all aspects of plant operations and will extend to process control, laboratory testing and maintenance of process equipment and other assets.
You will be capable of working on your own initiative and assuming total responsibility for plant operation. You will be expected to make and implement decisions relating to the treatment and processes and in so doing, comply with all legislation, regulations, Company and site procedures or instructions as documented in the Operations and Maintenance Manuals and Quality Assurance and Safety systems.
Your role may involve operating and providing support to a range of plants and you will be equipped with a portable computer to enable you to operate the plants remotely. You will be equipped with a mobile phone and other tools and equipment to enable you attend and service any plant which you are required to cover.
When rostered on-call, you will be expected to attend plants to perform duties on weekends and public holidays and be available for responding immediately to telemetry alarms during all non-working hours as required.
You will liaise with and supervise specialist contractors. Whilst exercising a broad range of skills you will equally be expected to perform other maintenance duties, as required e.g. cleaning, painting, lubrication. You will also be required to assist in the commissioning of new plant and equipment as necessary.
The position will be full time for a 12 month contract period, based at Stawell or Ararat, Victoria.
What We Are Looking For:
• Operating experience using SCADA & computer based plant control systems is preferred.
• A trade background (electrical), or tertiary qualifications in engineering or science, will be well regarded
• Possess effective problem solving skills & sound judgement in relation to plant operational issue
• Familiarity in use of PC’s and a range of software
• Ability to use SAP maintenance & purchasing software systems will be viewed favourably
• Possess a high level of maturity, with the ability to make decisions relating to the availability and quality of the public water supply with minimal direction and guidance
• Experience in operation and maintenance of water, wastewater or similar production facilities.
• Be flexible with the ability to adapt to change and rapidly apply new knowledge
• Be a reliable team member, and be an effective communicator with good interpersonal skills
• Enjoy working within and supporting a small team
• Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks at the same time
• Due to the on-call requirements of this role, residential address will be a consideration in meeting business needs
• Be able to work independently• Have a current drivers licence