To submit a job vacancy, please e-mail the following details to email@example.com
- Your name, title, company and contact details
- The job title, location, commencement date, approximate salary, appointment duration for the position vacant, along with a brief description of the position.
- Vacancies will be advertised for a period of 30 days if no removal or extension is requested.
Operations Manager and a National Sales Manager, Melbourne, Victoria
A European OEM of Refrigeration and HVAC equipment requires an Operations Manager and a National Sales Manager for its Australasian branch.
Both positions are based in Melbourne's Carrum Downs area.
Please forward your application to the General Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be treated in strict confidence.
Drafting Traineeship, PJM Engineering, Glen Waverley, Victoria
There is a position available for an air conditioning and mechanic services drafting trainee at PJM Engineering.
You will be trained in the preparation of working drawings for manufacture and installation. CAD experience is an advantage. Apprenticeship wages apply.
To apply, contact Simon Ziesing by email: email@example.com
Combine your experience and sense of adventure by joining our exciting team of employees working onboard our ships at sea. As a leader in the cruise industry, Royal Caribbean International is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic, energetic, experienced professionals to join our team. With our innovative fleet of twenty-one ships visiting five continents, each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this could be a great opportunity to let your career set sail.
The Refrigeration Engineer is an important role in ensuring the smooth operation of our ships. As the Refrigeration Engineer, you will be responsible for preparing and executing the required maintenance and operation of the HVAC and refrigeration systems under the direction of the Chief Refrigeration Engineer. This particular position is a floating par to allow exposure aboard vessel classes without a 1st Refrigeration Engineer par on board.
- Mechanical Engineer (BSc) or equivalent with specialized study in HVAC/Refrigeration systems
- U.S. EPA Technician Certificate and/or EU F-Gas Cat 1; Advanced Fire Fighting (AFF) and Basic Safety Training (BST) in accordance with STCW
- Minimum of 4 years combined HVACR technical education and post-education HVCAR work experience (non-HVACR technical education –electrical, mechanical, & marine and non-cruise, industrial, or marine HVACR work experience)
- Strong understanding of refrigeration cycle and application of the Moliere diagram and thermodynamics, including theoretical and actual refrigeration system troubleshooting and problem solving
- Complete understanding of the psychometric process along with measurement of air properties and movement including balancing procedures and noise control
- Ability to read and understand all ship drawings: including system, principle, piping, ducting, electrical, mechanical, insulation, fire protection, and construction
- Proficiency in English is required to understand and interpret written procedures.
- This includes the ability to give and receive instructions in written and verbal forms and to effectively present information and respond to questions from guests, supervisors, and co-workers
- Proficiency with computers and working knowledge of software such as AMOS Maintenance System and Gaylord Systems for air condition and ventilation ducts, Excel, Word, and other related programs
- All international applicants must have the ability to obtain C1/D visa (and other relevant visas) when applicable
- Must meet all physical requirements, including the ability to participate in emergency life-saving drills and required training
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Sustainable and Resilient Buildings
- Sustainable Building Research Centre (SBRC)
- Full Time, Fixed Term (5 year) Appointment
- Level B/C
The UOW Sustainable Buildings Research Centre
(SBRC) is a new and unique multi-disciplinary centre that brings together a wide range of researchers to holistically address the challenges of making our buildings sustainable and effective places in which to live and work. A key research focus is the sustainable retrofitting of existing buildings. The SBRC building itself is not only targeted to achieve 6 Star Green Star (Platinum LEED) performance, but also to be the first building in Australia to win Living Building Challenge accreditation. Our ‘Team UOW’ students recently won the Solar Decathlon China 2013 competition with the highest overall score in the history of Solar Decathlon Competitions with a demonstration of how to retrofit a 1950s ‘fibro’ home for net-zero energy.
We are seeking to appoint a dynamic, self–motivated and well qualified candidate to drive our research and teaching activities in sustainable and resilient buildings. To succeed you will have a PhD in an appropriate area of Engineering, Science or Architectural Science and a demonstrated capacity to deliver high quality research and teaching outcomes. You will have research expertise in areas such as: Ecologically Sustainable Design (ESD) and analysis for new buildings and refurbishment of existing buildings; Building Information Modelling (BIM) systems; building Life Cycle Analysis (LCA); advanced building technologies, materials and systems. Industry experience and demonstrated leadership and/or project management skills on major projects are highly desirable.
Applicants must address the selection criteria specified in the relevant Position Description which is available from our website. For further details please contact Prof Paul Cooper on (02) 4221 3355, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 2 March 2014