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Coordinator - Instrumentation

CBH Group

Location: Perth

Job Type: Full time


Who are we?

The CBH Group is proud to be Australia’s largest co-operative and a leader in the Australian grain industry, with operations which extend along the value chain and include grain storage, handling, transport, marketing, and processing. Our expansive network includes over 120 country receival sites and four grain export ports. With our unique end-to-end supply chain, we deliver quality Australian products to over 30 international destinations. 

Become part of a dynamic, diverse organisation and make your mark in sustainably creating and returning value for our growers.

Empowering our people

CBH is more than just a place of work, it's a community and a place where hard work and effort is rewarded and recognised.

We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing a safe and rewarding working environment for our people, with a strong culture of developing and enhancing our employees’ capabilities. We are pleased to be recognised as an endorsed employer for all women by WORK180.

We invite you to become part of a dynamic, diverse organisation with a bright future. 

About the role

If you thrive off a fast-paced environment and you need a new challenge then read on!

We currently have a fantastic opportunity to join our Applied Technology team, within our Operations Division on a full-time, permanent basis as a Coordinator – Instrumentation.

This role’s primary responsibilities are to maintain, repair and certify NIR (Near Infra-red) instruments, top loading Balances and other associated sampling equipment installed primarily at CBH storage facilities.

Reporting to the Supervisor - Instrumentation and working closely with operational personnel in Forrestfield and regional areas, the key deliverables for the role are: 

  • Maintain, repair, and certify NIR (Near-Infrared) instruments in accordance with NMI regulations and test procedures;

  • Service and repair trade approved weighing instruments (top loading Balances) in accordance with NMI regulations and test procedures;

  • Maintain, repair and install associated sampling equipment e.g. Aerovac, Agtators, Falling Numbers;

  • Liaise with suppliers to source parts and equipment to repair modules;

  • Support the Country Quality team with troubleshooting and fault-finding guidance;

  • Provide on-site breakdown support within regional WA during the harvest period;

  • Commission additions/modifications to hardware and software associated to sampling equipment;

  • Research and develop concepts to enhance the operation of sampling equipment; and

  • Provide support to external customers with instruments acquired from CBH Group.

What you will bring to the role:

  • Experience repairing electromechanical equipment to component level;

  • Relevant Electronic/Electrical qualification or diploma;

  • Demonstrate efficient problem solving and troubleshooting abilities; and

  • Driver’s license ‘C’ class.

What we offer

CBH offers competitive remuneration and a range of benefits to encourage a healthy work life balance, including:

  • Flexible working arrangement to enable team members to work in ways that meet their work/life commitments and support their wellbeing; 

  • Ongoing training and professional development to support your growth and help you achieve your goals;

  • 13-weeks paid parental leave that can be taken in a flexible way to suit unique family needs;

  • Corporate employee discounts including travel, health insurance funds and financial services;

  • Salary sacrifice scheme; and

  • Free onsite parking; and

  • Employee assistance program.

We’d love to hear from you

If this opportunity sounds exciting and you meet the requirements, we encourage you to submit your application.

Applications close 5th July 2023. We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than the advertised closing date if sufficient applications are received prior.

To find out more about working with CBH visit 

Alternatively, to speak to a member of our People and Culture team, please contact us on (08) 9237 9600.