Electrical Designer In-Training


Job Title

Electrical Designer In-Training


Transport For NSW


Parramatta, New South Wales


$50,001 to $60,000

Work Type



Engineering Electrical Engineering Draftspersons, Technicians

Open Date

29 Oct 2019

Closing Date

28 Nov 2019

Required Skills

Essential requirements

  • Evidence of proficiency in Mathematics and Physics and interest in Engineering studies.
  • Evidence of self-motivation and organising skills with proven initiative
  • Evidence of achieving goals by working cooperatively as part of a team
  • Proven analytical, research and problem solving skills and aptitude to learn new concepts
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in oral and written communication
  • Must be an Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident

Role Description

We are looking for a self-motivated, committed and collaborative individual who has proven analytical, research and problem solving skills which will be supported by effective oral and written communication capabilities. 

It is essential that you attain an ATAR of 70 or above in your HSC and apply for the Associate Degree in Engineering (Electrical) (choose course code 7022) at Western Sydney University. 

You will need to provide evidence of your acceptance into the course if you are successful for this position.

What you will be involved in:

  • Prepare electrical designs under supervision on major road infrastructure projects, in compliance with policies, standards, technical directions, guidelines, procedures and agreed requirements and contribute to the management of technical risk in road design
  • Understand the need to ensure the consistent application of standards and technical excellence and improved road design solutions. Develop capability to inform others of the risks associated with departures from current accepted design standards
  • Ensure relevant, timely and accurate advice is provided to the Manager to support decision making
  • Keep abreast of new technologies and practices and contribute feedback into the quality system to improve design practice
  • Contribute to improved design outcomes, by developing and maintaining constructive and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders
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