Reliability Specialist

Job Description

Hastings Deering is offering a new opportunity for a Reliability Specialist to join our team. Due to the location of the sites that this role will support, we are ideally looking for a candidate to be based in our Rockhampton or Townsville branches on a permanent, fulltime basis.

The purpose of this role is to proactively interpret site data with a focus on identifying efficiency gaps and potential enhancements for the 796AC trucks operating at Carmichael Mine.

The key responsibilities of this role will include but not be limited to:

  • Provide timely reporting of maintenance events from a predictive perspective in relation to data supplied to reduce fleet operating costs
  • Build relationships with clients based on trust and value
  • Undergo site visits and provide customer training as required
  • Use laboratory samples and Product Link to analyse/interpret data for diagnosis of machine health and maintenance issues
  • Use data analysis to complete estimate for parts and labour
  • Provide timely and accurate pre-failure recommendations to customers to reduce machine operating costs and equipment down-time
  • Foster Parts and Service sales through warranted customer recommendations
  • Ensure all data analysis, recommendations and follow up is recorded in Saleslink and relevant parties are kept informed of process/progress
  • Ensure appropriate feedback is provided to the organisation regarding equipment health

About You
A successful teammate will have experience in:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Engineering (Mechanical)
  • Minimum 5 years' + experience in a similar role within a mining/heavy earthmoving equipment environment
  • Experience in fluid and data analysis
  • Technical background working with Product link or similar
  • Experience providing solutions to customers for optimum outcomes
  • Trade qualification would be considered advantageously
  • Some on-site travel is required in this role, so flexibility is required.

You'll have access to:

  • Opportunities for training, mentorship, and career development specific to your role.
  • Competitive remuneration package and annual salary reviews
  • A supportive, diverse, and inclusive team spread across Australia and internationally.
  • Access to growth opportunities at a regional, national, and international level through our global Sime Darby network.
  • Dedicated programs and utilities to support your physical, mental, and financial health, such as our Employee Assistance Program, free health checks, and discounted private health insurance.
  • Employee discounts, rewards, and incentive programs.
  • Paid parental leave options
  • Salary continuance insurance
  • Free on-site parking

How to Apply
For any enquiry, about this role, please contact Celeste Middleton | Talent Acquisition Partner by emailing