Operations and Maintenance
Come and join the Operations team at our Douglas WTP as a Process Controller and use your skills in all facets of water treatment plant operations. Based in Townsville NQ, you must be a team player with a positive and proactive attitude, excellent communication skills and the confidence and ability to make sound decisions on your own.
This is a fantastic, full-time opportunity that offers a competitive remuneration package, including the allocation of a well-equipped work vehicle, laptop, and mobile phone. The role also offers a genuine work-life balance and the chance to be a valued member of a supportive and experienced team.
The role is for an initial 12-month term and may become a permanent position if the opportunity becomes available. The role also requires the flexibility to be a part of an on-call roster system and the willingness to respond immediately to telemetry alarms during all non-working hours when on call.
Reporting to the Team leader, this role will require the successful person to have the following:
Professional/Technical Skills, Knowledge and Experience
Experience in operation and maintenance of water or wastewater or similar facilities
Familiarity in use of PC’s and a range of software
A current Australian Driver’s license
Be able to work a 1 in 3 on-call roster
Be enthusiastic and dedicated, with high levels of initiative and drive
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
Possess sound judgment in relation to operational issues
Be flexible with the ability to adapt to change and rapidly apply new knowledge
Have an aptitude for dealing with plant-related problems
Be a reliable team member and be an effective communicator with good interpersonal skills
Possess effective problem-solving skills
Be able to effectively manage multiple tasks at the same time
Be able to work independently for long periods
Reasonable experience in the water industry or a related industry (e.g. chemical process industry)
While not essential, the following skills and abilities will be highly regarded:
Certificate 3 in Water/Wastewater Operations
Experience in water treatment chemistry and instrumentation
Experience in operating any chemical dosing machinery
Experience in the scheduling of small engineering tasks
Exposure to quality assurance
Exposure to CMMS systems (SAP)
Knowledge of contemporary water industry issues
Relevant Project Management experience
White Card or construction induction Card
High-Risk Licence for Forklift Truck
Enter and Work in confined Spaces -Certification
Gas Test Atmospheres – Certification
Technical, trade, scientific, or engineering qualifications
Certificate 4 in Water/Wastewater Operations
Have the potential to further develop in their career
Flexible working and leave options
Career development opportunities with a growing company
Wellbeing Program & EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
Modern offices and facilities
Positive environment where team and individual efforts are recognised
We want this position filled quickly, so if you believe that you have the necessary skills, drive, and attitude to be successful in the role, submit a cover letter and current CV using the SEEK Apply button, by COB Sunday 18th April 2021.
TRILITY is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer who seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce. We encourage people from any background/culture, age, gender, sexual orientation, or people with an impairment to apply for this role.
TRILITY employs 100’s of experts in their field, who work together in an environment where each is treated equally, with fairness and respect. We recruit talented people from a variety of backgrounds and experience. Our employees range from engineers and financial managers to those with a strong background in trades, technical and administrative roles.
With many diverse and often high profile projects providing exciting new challenges, employees are exposed to opportunities that allow them to reach their full potential. We are committed to developing employees who can excel in current and future roles. Where possible we ensure that appropriate career opportunities are available for talented employees seeking new challenges. As such, we place priority on promoting from within as part of a broader objective of developing a high performance business that recognises talent.
TRILITY is a growing Company with networks around the globe and a significant presence across Australia and New Zealand. This brings the possibility of long term opportunities and rewards for excellence.
TRILITY is a Company with depth of talent, excellent stakeholder relationships, strong shareholders and excellent long term prospects. New employees enter a working environment that is friendly and supportive and focused on delivering outcomes. Our employees are rewarded for achieving results. We offer a competitive employment package accompanied by employee benefits you would expect to find within a business of TRILITY’s calibre.
TRILITY is committed to improving the communities we serve. As a supplier of essential services, we understand the impact our facilities have on the communities where we operate. This means we are focused on ensuring our employees adhere to our corporate values and commit to exemplary performance across all aspects of our footprint in the community. This runs across everything we do, from protecting the environment to supporting community organisations. This means we are constantly seeking to recruit the best employees – those who can deliver results today and work towards an improved result tomorrow.