Mechanical Engineer – Asset Management
Job Type: Full time
EDL owns and operates a global portfolio of power stations in Australia, North America and Europe. Our vision is to be the leading global producer of sustainable distributed energy. At EDL, we are playing a key role in the world’s transition from traditional energy sources to decarbonised solutions.
Reporting to the Senior Mechanical Engineer, the Mechanical Engineer is responsible for delivering asset management support for all business functions to optimise the balance of cost, risk and performance across EDL’s electrical and controls assets.
- Identification and classification of mechanical assets to establish asset hierarchies for new and existing plants
- Perform Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) to identify maintenance requirements and assign the optimum period to each and package the results for cost effective delivery
- Develop maintenance instructions to define preventive maintenance tasks, their intervals, and the responsibility for completion of those tasks
- Establish the initial spares requirements for new plants and optimise as those plants age
- Continual improvement and refinement of the maintenance requirements and their supporting instructions
- Contribute mechanical content to the development of Asset Management Plans
- Work with operations to identify opportunities for improvement in safety, efficiency, capacity factors and availability of plant and equipment
To be successful in this role you will need to have
- Mechanical engineering degree with a minimum of 4 years’ experience following graduation
- Maintenance operational experience
- RPEQ or near to obtaining RPEQ
EDL is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
To apply, please send your current resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Applications open until the position has been filled.