Sunday, 17 July 2016

Defence Force Recruiting,Geospatial Technician Jobs in Australia

Geospatial Technician
To maintain optimum mobility, whist denying it of the enemy, the Royal Australian Engineer Corps builds bridges, creates field defences, constructs and repairs roads and airfields and conducts demolitions.
In the varied and challenging role of Geospatial Technician, you'll be trained to support these 'Sappers' with accurate and
detailed mapping information gained through geospatial intelligence.
You'll obtain, analyse and disseminate data from a variety of sources to provide Army commanders with the maps they need to direct military operations and create essential infrastructure. The tools of your geospatial trade will include 2D and 3D maps, satellite imagery and terrain and topographical analysis.
This is an ideal career opportunity if you have an interest in maps and geography and enjoy the satisfaction of creating a tangible 'product'. Better still you'll be working for a dynamic and supportive national organisation that offers a great salary, excellent benefits, job security and the kind of opportunities you simply won't find anywhere else.
So do you reckon you have the drive and ambition to become a Geospatial Technician in the Army? Then apply now.
Life in the Army is rich and rewarding. Ours is a unique environment where you'll have amazing experiences such as joining humanitarian and disaster-relief operations. Along the way, you'll make friends for life, have access to great sports and social facilities, and develop your skills and confidence. 
Pay and Benefits
We'll pay you as you train. Then on completion of military and employment training your starting salary will be at least $65,885 p.a. (including Allowances) plus generous Super. You'll also enjoy:
  • Ongoing investment in your personal and career development,
  • A good work/life balance,
  • Medical and dental cover, and
  • Subsidised accommodation.
Following training in Wagga Wagga and Moorebank NSW and Puckapunyal VIC, you will be posted to Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Puckapunyal, Sydney or Townsville.
Entry Requirements
This role is open to men and women aged at least 17, who have completed Year 11 with passes in English, Mathematics and two other subjects and are Australian Citizens (or Permanent Residents).
Additional age, medical and fitness guidelines may also apply.
How to Apply
Click on the APPLY button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here:
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