Fortescue is both a proud West Australian company and a global green solutions business. We are recognised for our culture, innovation and industry-leading development of infrastructure, mining assets and green energy initiatives.
Work Location: Fortescue’s Iron Bridge project is located on the traditional lands of the Nyamal people.
Roster: 8D/6R – FIFO ex Perth
Fortescue are currently seeking an Electrical Engineer to work at our Iron Bridge Operations in the Engineering & Reliability department. Reporting to the Senior Electrical Engineer, this position will suit an Electrical Engineer experienced within a fixed plant ore processing environment. During commissioning, this role will work with the Iron Bridge Integrated Commissioning Team in preparation for commissioning, and production ramp transitioning into an Operations role.
Support construction completions and commissioning as required
Provide specialist electrical engineering support
Root Cause Analysis and Defect Elimination
Identification and scoping of improvement projects.
Achieve targets set for maintenance improvement and costs reduction
Drive improvement plans
Ensure correct application of Australian and Internal Health & Safety standards
Monitor quality assurance of critical processes
Qualifications and Experience
Tertiary qualification in Electrical Engineering.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience preferably in Fixed Plant Ore Processing
Proficiency with root cause analysis (RCA), reliability centered maintenance (RCM) techniques
Strong conceptual thinking and analytical focus
Excellent problem-solving skills and continual improvement focus
Knowledge of relevant Mines legislations and regulations
Site experience in iron ore processing equipment such as crushers, vibrating screens, belt feeders, conveyors and pumps.
Experience working with Control Systems, Switchgear, Instrumentation, HV/LV Motors & VSDs, Protection Relays
Discipline specific familiarity with VSD’s, HV and LV power, control, and electrical infrastructure.
Knowledge of CMMS systems (SAP preferred) Planning, organisational, scheduling and coordination skills
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Internal Candidates / Current Contractors please apply via Success Factors Careers Portal. For further information on how to apply please visit the Fortescue Hub.
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