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Clear and accurate work specifications and standard activities are key to ensuring Royal New Zealand Navy ships, contractors and Babcock NZ employees can maintain systems and equipment to a consistent, safe and regulatory standard. As a specification writer within the Centre of Engineering for Babcock NZ you will be responsible for developing work specifications and standard activities and will be adding value across the following areas:
Delivery of accurate work specifications with maintenance packages to Royal New Zealand Navy ships
Production of work specifications for breakdown jobs that will enable a quality repair, maintenance or overhaul by the contractor or Babcock NZ staff
Key responsibilities will include:
Follow current processes to ensure maintenance management systems and NZDF information systems are updated with changes
Maintain a register of new / amended documents
Create or amend standard activities ensuring accuracy, clarity and that all required fields, such as spare parts, trade and hours requirements are fully populated
Critically evaluate the existing information as it relates to parts, cost and hours estimates and identify when it is not consistent with the task
Ensure all applicable safety issues are included in the respective technical publications
Liaise with subject matter experts to obtain estimates of required resources
Interpret drawings and technical data to produce standard activities that are safe, valid and compliant
As an experienced, qualified engineer with an understanding of maritime mechanical, electrical and electronic assets, you will have exemplary inter-personal skills and will thrive on delivering value for money solutions across a broad range of equipment for the customer. Delivering value to a diverse set of requirements, you will combine practical and analytical considerations to drive the best resolutions for the customer.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand and capable of obtaining a New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) Security Clearance
What is in it for you?
Working with a passionate team committed to supporting the needs of our Naval partner, you will derive a huge sense of achievement in supporting multiple maintenance packages across the Royal New Zealand Navy. We are based on-site at the Devonport Naval base with the most spectacular views of Auckland.