Once again, Spectrum Engineering Australia are looking for a graduate engineer to take up a full time employment position as soon as possible. Last year, SEA were successful in appointing an ANU Graduate (who is still with them - as are several other ANU graduates from earlier years).
Spectrum Engineering Australia is a Canberra based engineering firm providing consultancy services to major corporate and government clients in the telecommunications, broadcasting, and radiocommunications industries throughout Australia and New Zealand. Our particular niche is radio frequency management where we are a long established and leading independent provider of radio frequency co-ordination and licensing services. Further information about our company and our activities can be found on our website www.spectrumeng.com.au.
We are currently seeking a suitably qualified graduate to assist with our substantial workload, including demands arising from the licensing requirements of major LTE network roll-outs and other concurrent projects. This is a graduate entry level position in our Canberra office for an individual with a desire to contribute as a vital member of a professional team in small business. Appropriate on the job training and direction will be provided, though a good understanding of the principles of radiocommunications systems would be an initial advantage.
A good working knowledge of personal computing is essential. The successful applicant will need very good organisational skills, be a quick learner and have a good eye for detail. You will also need the ability to communicate confidently and professionally with our clients at all levels.
Your application should be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
It should include:
•A brief covering letter outlining your current situation and career aspirations;
•Your resume including your educational details, qualifications, and employment history;
•Your academic transcript.
This is an immediate vacancy - we are hoping to finalise a shortlist before Christmas, with a view to commencing employment in early in 2017. Applications will close on Tuesday 20 December 2016.
Our normal selection process is to review all applications, from which (depending on numbers) we will shortlist perhaps three to five people for interview. If you are not shortlisted for interview you will be advised by email accordingly, though we will not provide specific details as to the reason for non-selection. It is likely that most applicants would be able to make a worthwhile contribution to our business given the opportunity – but the reality is that there is only one position available.