Western Australia provides one the largest deposits of Iron Ore across the globe. With 16 Mine sites across the state, a state-of-the-art operations centre in Perth’s eastern suburbs and an exceptional head office of professionals within Perth’s Central Business District headquarters, Rio Tinto is searching for experienced Rail Engineers to join their team.
They operate 200 locomotives on more than 1,700 kilometres of track in the Pilbara, transporting ore from 16 mines to four port terminals. The average return distance of these trains is about 800 kilometres with the average journey cycle, including loading and dumping, taking approximately 40 hours. Their network is the largest privately owned and operated heavy haul rail system in Australia, and as they focus on the future, their vision is to become the greatest heavy haul railway in the world.
They are seeking a Systems or Project Engineer with experience working on a rail network. These unique roles will give you the opportunity to work alongside and learn from the best people in the rail industry as well as to be at the forefront of rail innovation and work on the world’s first automated heavy-haul freight network.
Perth city, residential in remote locations or Fly in Fly out (FIFO) opportunities from Perth to the Pilbara are on offer, along with benefits that help you to live the lifestyle you want such as family friendly rosters and a competitive remuneration package.
The Systems or Project Engineer will be required to fulfil the accountabilities outlined below:
You will require the following skills, attributes and qualifications to be considered:
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