About IT Power
ITP is a global leader in renewable energy engineering, strategy and construction, and in energy sector analytics. Our expertise spans the breadth of renewable energy and energy storage technologies.
We work with clients at the local level, providing a unique combination of experienced renewable energy engineers, specialist strategic and policy advisors, as well as experts in economics, markets and financial analysis.
Our clients include governments, development aid agencies, energy utilities, financial institutions, the R&D community and private firms and investors.
We have professional backgrounds in industry, academia and government.
Since opening our Canberra head-office in 2003 we have opened offices in New South Wales, South Australia and New Zealand.
As part of the wider ITP Energised Group, we draw on more than 35 years of experience delivering more than 2,000 contracts in over 150 countries worldwide.
Working under the supervision of the Inspection Project Manager, the main role of this undergraduate position will be to support the day-to-day operation of the Inspections Programs. The role involves ensuring that the allocated sites are inspected within the provided time frame for each round, and that findings accurately reflect the standards and guidelines.
Ad hoc work may also be available with the ITP Engineering and ITP Construction division supporting tender submissions, basic system design, research work, sourcing of products in the PV industry, data analysis or other work to assist the business.
The position will be on a casual basis with immediate start, with the potential of ongoing work dependant on organisational work load.
Key duties of the Undergraduate Engineer include:
Allocating inspection sites to inspectors across Australia
Contacting homeowners over the phone to confirm interest and organise inspections
- Liaising with inspectors to organise inspections at agreeable times and ensuring that they conduct the inspections in an efficient and cost-effective manner
- Checking over inspections findings to ensure they are consistent with applicable Australian standards and industry guidelines
- Generating summary reports
- Responding to any questions or comments from installers on the findings
- Ensuring that all inspections are completed within the timeframes specified
- Ensuring that all inspectors meet inspection requirements, follow all ITP procedures and work in compliance with WHS legislation.
- Maintaining and improving and improving the inspections internal processes.
Qualifications, Experience and Personal Attributes
To be successful in the position, the applicant will have attained or be on track to attain an engineering degree and have an interest in the renewable energy sector.
The applicant will have excellent verbal skills with a professional phone manner, a high level of written communication skills for correction of grammar and good attention to detail. They will have demonstrated experience using the Microsoft suite, particularly Word and Excel and be proficient in Python.
Training will be provided on a task by task basis however and this is ideal for a student looking for industry work experience.
Applications close Monday 23rd March 2020.