Careers

At Carbonix we are always on the lookout for the best talent to help us deliver excellence.

Any current openings will be listed below.

If you share our passion, and would like to get in touch, send us your details and we will keep them on file for future opportunities

  • Electronics Technician

    This exciting new role is within the rapidly emerging Unmanned Aircraft Systems industry; more commonly called ‘Drones’. We are a small yet dynamic company that is further expanding our team to deliver our unique drone systems to meet ever-expanding market demand.

    The primary purpose of this role is to provide support to our Lead Electronics Engineer integrating complex electrical sub-systems into our carbon composite airframes, using proven hands on/practical electronics skills.

    Skills must include precision soldering, electrical component installation, component wiring and equipment testing etc. Ideally they will also bring skills in drawing electrical wiring diagrams/schematics and associated documentation/writing experience.

    Applicants must have a minimum of 2 years experience working in a similar role, where they have undertaken real hands on technical work. Ideally working in a dynamic environment in a company where all team members are highly valued, innovation is commonplace and initiative is highly regarded.

    The successful Electrical Technician will be able to work both independently without supervision, as well as being a key member of a small team. They will be able to demonstrate a thorough and precise approach to their work and understand how individual flexibility is required in a small dynamic SME company.

    Whilst experience within this exciting new Drone Industry is not mandatory, it would also be highly regarded, either commercially or as a hobbyist, just as experience with electronic sensors/cameras and/or electromechanical systems would be a major attribute.

    Traveling to work on Cockatoo Island by limited Ferry services will very likely demand early starts, but the trade-off is a wonderfully unique, flexible and friendly island environment, just 8 mins from the CBD.

    Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents and have the ability to work in a full time role unencumbered.

    This is a great chance to join a highly unique company at a very exciting time of the emerging commercial Drone industry with opportunity for advancement within the company.

    In your application please include an updated CV and a cover letter including the following:

    • 3-4 points of why you’d be best suited for this role with demonstrable examples
    • Include whether you fulfil all the relevant requirements included within the job description

     

     

    Please email your application to Claudia at hr@carbonix.com.au

  • Composites Technician / Laminator / Fabricator

    Updated May 2017 – Carbonix is one of Australia’s leading manufacturers in carbon composites, specialising in the aerospace and marine industries. We use our expertise to design elegant, state-of-the-art structures manufactured in high-quality carbon composite material.

     

     

    We are a small team that produces exceptional work, with quality, sophistication, craftsmanship, consistency and safety being our strongest values. We don’t just make things at Carbonix, we create beautiful solutions to solve complex problems.

     

     

    We have spent years specialising in high-end marine racing, and have recently expanded our capabilities to fixed and rotary wing drones for commercial and government use. This is an exciting and growing industry, which will see the growth of our business.

     

     

    Currently in the pipeline are a number of drone projects, in-house and customer-led. We are therefore planning to increase our capacity in the fabrication team.

     

     

    We are seeking an Laminator / Fabricator to join our growing team who is capable of executing the following tasks:

    • Mould preparation.
    • Prepreg laminating (templating, cutting kits, placing in tools, and vacuum bagging).
    • Cure cycle management.
    • Trimming/prepping/bonding components into assemblies, and final fitting/installation.
    • Carrying out secondary laminating and repairs on existing composite structures.
    • Documenting laminate operations and tracking quality assurance data.

     

    You will be an enthusiastic and responsible team member with qualified knowledge and meticulous attention to detail. Some directly relevant experience in aerospace and marine advanced composites hands-on construction is strongly preferred.

     

     

    You will receive a competitive wage alongside the opportunity to work on rewarding and challenging projects with autonomy and the possibility of advancement as the business grows.

     

     

    If this sounds like the role for you, click the link below to fill in the contact form, or email hr@carbonix.com.au with your resume and a cover letter displaying how you would make a great fit for our dynamic team.