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Control Systems Technician

  • LocationCameron Park, NSW 2285
  • Work TypeAny Employment
  • Positions1 Position
  • Published At:6 months ago
  • Job no: 361-22


  • Purchase additional annual leave, for greater work/life balance – acquire up to 7 weeks leave per annum
  • Full time employment offering job stability
  • Fitness subsidies
  • Private Health Care discounts
  • Salary sacrificing options
  • Paid parental leave
  • Wellbeing programs and discounts
  • Being part of a global, innovative organisation & great supportive team environment
  • Flexible work arrangements


We are looking for a dedicated Control Systems Technician to join our Technology Integration Solutions team on a permanent basis, based at our Cameron Park facility.

As part of our multi-skilled team, you’ll work on a diverse range of projects that change the way the industry operates, where making a big difference is part of the everyday. You’ll be part of a team that is changing the game by creating innovative solutions that are designed to be fit for purpose, fully compliant and meet our customer's expectations with respect to functionality, safety, performance and reliability.

This is your opportunity to not only join a company that is creating progress, but help set the benchmark for the rest of the industry to follow.


At Ampcontrol, our solutions to engineering challenges give us an advantage that is hard to beat. As a Control Systems Technician, your skills and experience using electrical, automation, control systems and electronics will help drive that advantage. The purpose of our technician’s role is to design, build, implement, and commission a range of control and monitoring systems and related technology for our clients.


Along with a strong service-oriented mindset and ability to manage competing deadlines, you will have:

  • Ability to engineer electrical/electronic solutions across multiple industries
  • A sense of good design in relation to elements for electrical enclosures and boards
  • Advanced skills in interpreting electrical drawings (415V etc.) and P&ID drawings
  • Moderate level control systems hardware, testing, fault finding and programming skills
  • Strong drafting skills or working towards this level
  • Some fundamental understanding of industrial networking and bus systems
  • Skills in specialist engineering with respect to hazardous areas electronic design techniques, IS assessments, hardware selection and safety solutions or enthusiasm to learn
  • Outstanding time management, organisation and small project management
  • A track record of ensuring our final solutions are of high quality and robust, suited for the environment for which it is designed while being manufactured to be cost effective and profitable
  • Willingness and enthusiasm for a blend of office, workshop and site commissioning work


  • Electrical or Electronic trade certificate
  • Diploma, Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering; OR working towards one of these
  • Project Management qualification – advantageous but not mandatory
  • 5 years plus experience in industrial, manufacturing, mining and power distribution sectors
  • EEHA Training (Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas) or willingness to undertake 

At Ampcontrol, we are united by the principles of safety, people, innovation, customer and performance. Our people and values make our business better and are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to investing in our people and provide a supportive, healthy and safe working environment for all our employees.

If you believe you have the right skills, experience and passion for succeeding in this role, please submit your cover letter and resume for consideration via the link.

**Due to current immigration restrictions and urgency to be filled, this position is open to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only. It is a requirement that you are currently located in Australia. 

  • Published on 02 Dec 2022, 1:56 AM