You will monitor and collate fault data for train systems, with a focus on day to day/medium term support, reliability and performance of the fleet. This will include detailed fault identification and analysis in order to support the attributions and continuous improvement process.
Meet the requirements of a Rail Safety Worker
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Mechanical or ICT Engineering (must be registered with Engineers Australia or be eligible for membership with Engineers Australia)
Experience in the maintenance of complex electrical and mechanical systems, the use of PC based fault diagnostic tools, and implementation of reliability programs in a rolling stock, asset management or heavy maintenance industry
Experience dealing with customers on fleet performance & reliability matters
Able to effectively and productively manage time coupled with good communication skills and demonstrated IT aptitude
Knowledge of applicable RAMS standards and established RAMS targets for new/existing rolling stock
-Solid knowledge of formal engineering change processes and reliability improvement processes.
Knowledge of quality assurance procedures
Trouble shooting procedures and methods
Knowledge and understanding of rolling stock electrical and mechanical systems
Knowledge of relevant Australian and international rolling stock standards
Knowledge of engineering processes,including failure-reporting and investigations