Naval Ship Management (Australia) Pty Ltd (NSM) is a leading provider of asset management solutions to the Australian maritime sector. Utilising a team of highly skilled professionals strategically located across Australia in conjunction with a robust, agile and scalable international supply chain, NSM provides cost-effective, responsive and customer-focused solutions that optimise the availability and capability of our customers’ critical assets.
Established in 2012, as a Joint Venture between Babcock Pty Ltd and UGL Ltd, we now support assets across the Royal Australian Navy’s fleet - most notably the Anzac Class Frigates as a member of the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) and the Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Docks (LHD), LHD Landing Craft (LLC) and associated assets. Our services include: Engineering Support Services; Maintenance Support Services; Ship Repair, Refit and Refurbishment; Supply Chain Management and Procurement and Logistics.
About the role
The Asset Management Team is responsible for the strategic activities to maintain and optimise the ANZAC Class and its support system.
The Asset Engineer is responsible for the conduct of strategic Asset Management analyses and activities, balancing technical management and operational capabilities against cost drivers and contractual constraints/limitations of the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA).
Based in Rockingham, the Asset Engineer's responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assess operational data, trends and changes for designated systems, including report writing and responding to investigations.
- Lead system specific Asset Management Plans to maintain operational effectiveness (reliability, availability, maintainability and capability).
- Assess subcontractor support solution changes.
- Drive and influence the progression and implementation of Engineering Changes and Support Solutions using a risk based approach.
- Provide input and recommendations for the continuous improvement of company processes and standard procedures.
- Must be an Australian Citizen & must either hold, or be eligible to obtain an Australian Defence Security Clearance
- Engineering degree/qualification and experience in the required field
- Experience in the maritime maintenance environment.
- Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated data analytics and problem solving.
- Proficient in the principles and applications of RAM, FMECA, RCM, LORA, FRACAS, Sparing and LCC analyses methodologies.
- Knowledge of the application of Integrated Logistics Support, Life Cycle Costing and Total Cost of Ownership principles.
- Knowledge of the Systems Engineering lifecycle.
- Ability to balance conflicting priorities to deliver against internal and or external demands.