Lifecycle Officer


Babcock International Group, the aerospace and defence company, has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly skilled engineering services for over a century. With revenue of around AU$9.5 billion in 2018/19, we help customers improve the capability, reliability and availability of their most critical assets within our four market sectors of Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear, underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration, unique infrastructure, and specialist training.

In Australia and New Zealand, Babcock operates nationally, employing over 850 talented people. Operating across aviation, marine, oil and gas, mining and construction, cyber security, defence, communications, emergency services and engineering consultancy, we support our customers’ technical, programme and complex platform requirements through our proven processes, systems and people. In many ways, we are the brand behind the brand. You may not always see our logo, but we are behind the scenes using specialist skills and knowledge to facilitate our client’s operational requirements.

A global solution being delivered locally.

www.babcock.com.au

Naval Ship Management (NSM) is a Joint Venture between Babcock and UGL and currently has an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced Lifecycle Officer to join NSM based in central Sydney.

About the Role

The Lifecycle Officer is responsible for delivering asset management activities to assess and optimise performance, and reduce Total Cost of Ownership, of LHD Assets (e.g. warships) owned by the Royal Australian Navy.  

Key responsibilities are as follows:

  • Contribute to a “Safety First” culture through demonstrating “felt leadership” and participation in HSE initiatives;

  • Planning and analysis and activities within own competence without day to day guidance or supervision, liaise within the LHD Asset Class Enterprise including the customer and suppliers as appropriate.

  • Monitoring and analysis of asset, system and sub-system demand.

  • Responsible for the through life capability management of assigned assets to ensure sustained outcomes and provide asset availability.

  • Update the Asset Management Records (ship and support system) regularly to reflect planned and forecast changes in through life capability of assigned asset systems.

  • Propose optimisation activities to reduce total cost of ownership.

  • Propose and make asset decisions within own sphere of responsibility and delegated authority.

  • Assist in the preparation of business cases and change proposals for LHD Asset Class Enterprise / Commonwealth consideration of options to manage Asset optimisation outcomes.

  • Contribute to and participate in continuous improvement initiatives.  

About You

This role will align with an experienced asset management/sustainment professional that possesses experience of working in a complex engineering or defence environment with a demonstrated understanding and strategic asset management analyses and activities. The successful candidate will have high level computer skills and have a proven ability to adapt and learn new systems and processes quickly. Additionally you will be a confident team player that has a passion for continuous improvement and working in a fast paced environment. Previous experience with the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and/or the Capability, Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) will be highly regarded.

The successful candidate must hold or be eligible to obtain an Australian Defence Security Clearance.

About Us

In return Babcock offers a supportive and engaging environment where you have the opportunity to drive change and the autonomy to deliver operational excellence and best practice within a global organisation that has an enviable reputation for delivering excellence. Central to Babcock’s core values are those of health, safety and environment and diversity so if you would like to be part of an exciting and engaged team, then please register your interest via the ‘Apply Now” button below

Full-time

Job no: IGAI91600

Location: Garden Island - NSW

Closing Date: Sunday, 6 October 2019