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Over the years, there's not much we haven't seen. If it's exploded, fallen down, fallen apart or just worn out, we've fixed it! We believe that the future belongs to those who not only respond to change but lead the way.

  • Are you passionate about transforming business performance?
  • Are you someone that seeks quality outcomes?  
  • Do you align to our values? Expertise, Care, Agility, Value Creation

If you answered "yes" to these questions then you are someone we would like to talk with. 

A career with HRL offers opportunities to:

  • Work with some of Australia's brightest minds.
  • Be part of a team working on exciting challenges.
  • Enjoy excellent employment conditions.
  • Build an exciting professional career.
  • Work on local, national and international projects.

HRL seeks skilled and motivated personnel to join its rapidly growing team of expert engineers, scientists and technicians. Personnel work closely with clients in the power generation, fuel, mining and mineral processing, energy, engineering, cement, pulp and paper, and other manufacturing industries.

HRL offers premium consulting and testing services to assist its clients to use energy efficiently, while satisfying the commercial, environmental and sustainability requirements of those clients.

Current Open Positions

Analytical Chemist (Mulgrave, Vic)

Full time role based at Mulgrave, Vic.

The Opportunity

Proudly Australian owned and operated, HRL Technology Group is recognised as a market leader in specialist analytical, testing, consulting and integrated engineering and laboratory services.  We create customer solutions focused on developing new processes, technology and optimising performance in the energy, resources, engineering and manufacturing industries, nationally and in the Asia Pacific region. 

Due to continued success and growth, HRL has an opportunity for an analytical chemist to join our Analytical Services Team on a full time basis to assist in leading the delivery of laboratory services in our head office in Mulgrave, Victoria. 

About the role

Working as part of a team, in line with government operating and reporting standards,  Analytical Chemist team members will be responsible for: 

  • Sample preparation such as fusion and acid digestion.
  • Testing of samples.
  • Analysis of solutions by ICP-OES, ICP-MS, IC and titration.
  • Maintenance of the test results database.
  • Preparing analysis reports. 
  • Operating equipment including XRF, LOI and NIR equipment. 
  • Conducting Quality Control assessment of data and reporting of results.
  • Full working rights in Australia.

About you

You will be energetic in your approach, a committed and enthusiastic team player, passionate to pursue continuous learning and willing to undertake a wide range of tasks. You must be flexible in your work approach and able to handle changing demands and priorities to meet Company and customer expectations.  

You will have: 

  • A relevant degree, Associate Diploma or relevant qualifications in science and/or related areas of expertise.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the operation and maintenance of ICP-OES and MS, XRF, AAS, UV-Vis and/or wet chemistry techniques.
  • Knowledge in the areas of combustion chemistry, minerals processing, water chemistry, or environmental chemistry would be considered favourably.
  • Knowledge of laboratory practices, techniques, operating procedures, and requirements for operating in a NATA lab.
  • A commitment to safe work practices.
  • High levels of attention to detail. 
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • An ability to work without supervision and complete allocated tasks
  • Experience with LIMS (advantageous).
  • A sound knowledge of Microsoft Suite.
  • A valid drivers licence.

Why HRL? 

Along with competitive remuneration, HRL offers challenging work, meaningful development opportunities, flexible work arrangements, genuine opportunity to extend your skills and a  privileged, diverse culture built on smart, easy-going colleagues we surround ourselves with.  If you join HRL, you are joining a collaborative team that values care, excellence, value creation and agility. 

Only successful candidates will be contacted. 

Apply with your cover letter and resume via the Seek platform.

Please note: due to the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to applications that have been shortlisted.

 

Laboratory Technician (Mulgrave, Vic)

Full time role based at Mulgrave, Vic.

The Opportunity
Proudly Australian owned and operated, HRL Technology Group is recognised as a market leader in specialist analytical, testing, consulting and integrated engineering and laboratory services.  We create customer solutions focused on developing new processes, technology and optimising performance in the energy, resources, engineering and manufacturing industries, nationally and in the Asia Pacific region. 

Due to continued success and growth, HRL has an opportunity for a Laboratory Technician to join our Analytical Services Team to assist in the delivery of laboratory services in our Mulgrave facility with full training provided. This role will be multi-faceted and involve undertaking a wide range of laboratory tasks requiring a flexible work approach to meet changing demands and priorities. 

About The Role

Working as part of a busy fast-paced team, the Laboratory Technician will be responsible for: 

  • Providing hands-on support to the analytical services team involved in the analysis of a diverse range of samples including, ores, raw materials, and process materials.
  • Preparation of samples for further testing and analysis utilising numerous preparation techniques including, but not limited to, sample fusion and sample digestion for ICP-OES analysis, wet chemistry, and gravimetric techniques, etc.
  • Analysis of samples using various methods, i.e., UV-Vis Spectrometry, Ion Chromatography, Titrations, etc.
  • Use of a Laboratory Information Management System.
  • Following all documented and quality procedures.
  • Adherence to site health and safety requirements.
  • Assisting with other laboratory tasks and general duties as required.

About You

You will be energetic in your approach, a committed and enthusiastic team player, passionate to pursue continuous learning and willing to undertake a range of tasks. You must be flexible in your work approach and able to handle changing demands and priorities to meet Company and customer expectations. 

You will have: 

  • Diploma Laboratory Techniques or related field.
  • Possess the ability to maintain a high level of quality at all times, with attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to work without supervision and complete allocated tasks on time.
  • A commitment to safe work practices.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A sound knowledge of the Microsoft Suite.
  • A valid drivers licence.
  • Full working rights in Australia.

Why HRL?

Along with a competitive hourly rate, HRL offers challenging work, meaningful development opportunities, flexible work arrangements, genuine opportunity to extend your skills and a privileged, diverse culture built on smart, easy-going colleagues we surround ourselves with.  If you join HRL, you are joining a collaborative team that values care, excellence, value creation and agility.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Apply with your cover letter and resume via the Seek platform.

Please note: due to the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to applications that have been shortlisted.

Graduate Engineer Roles (Process / Materials / Chemical only) Vic + Qld locations

GET STARTED ON YOUR ENGINEERING JOURNEY - START YOUR CAREER WITH US AT HRL TECHNOLOGY GROUP!

Graduate program for Process Engineering, Material Engineering or Chemical Engineering

Kick start your career in engineering consultancy

12 months graduate program with potential transition into a full-time consultancy role 

Development Opportunities in Vic and Qld and across the HRL business

 

The Opportunity 

Start with a niche role that you won’t find elsewhere, to really kick start your career. With a diverse team of professionals across several disciplines we can offer you a unique experience.

Joining HRL, you become part of a collaborative team that values care, excellence, value creation and agility. You will work alongside seasoned, driven professionals who are passionate, smart, creative and proud to be part of this business and who will challenge you and help foster your growth. Small enough to be personable, large enough to offer real opportunity for development.

To meet the demand of our growth, we are seeking graduates of the following discipline:

  • Materials Engineer 
  • Process Engineer 
  • Chemical Engineer 

As an engineer, you will work within a team that delivers a suite of services in both the field and laboratory. Mixing it up you will enjoy:

  • Liaising closely with customers to understand and scope work requirements.
  • Preparing detailed project plans, producing cost estimates and proposals.
  • Overseeing project delivery, preparing and presenting reports to clients as required. 

About you 

You will: 

  • Have completed an engineering degree (process, materials or chemical only) OR in your final semester / final year.
  • Have knowledge of practical and theoretical engineering applications.
  • Have demonstrated technical writing skills, ability to report and make recommendations.

?You will also have: 

  • An engaging and flexible approach.
  • An ability to work as part of a team, sharing knowledge and information. 
  • A sound knowledge of the Microsoft Suite package.
  • A willingness and ability to travel domestically and overseas, as required.
  • A willingness to relocate during the graduate program, if required.
  • A valid Australian Drivers Licence.
  • Full working rights in Australia.

Why HRL?

Along with a competitive remuneration package, HRL offers challenging work, meaningful development opportunities, variable pay to eligible employees, flexible work arrangements, genuine opportunity to extend your skills and widen your career and a privileged, diverse culture built on smart, easy-going colleagues which we surround ourselves with.

If you like what you read, please submit your expression of interest with a detailed resume and a cover letter explaining: 

  • Which role is of interest to you.
  • Your preferred location.
  • Willingness to travel or relocate (if applicable).
  • How you meet the requirements of the role.

Apply with your cover letter and resume via the Seek platform.

Please note: due to the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to applications that have been shortlisted. 

Senior Accountant (Mulgrave, Vic)

Full time role based at Mulgrave, Vic.

Work alongside seasoned, driven professionals who are passionate, smart, creative, and proud to be part of this business and who will challenge you and help foster your growth. If you're a driven and experienced financial professional looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference, then we have the perfect role for you!

Company Overview

HRL Technology Group Pty Ltd is a leading specialist engineering, laboratory, and testing consulting service. Our Company is dedicated to excellence in the provision of quality assurance services across a broad range of industries. We always aim to enhance the technical and commercial performance of businesses in energy, resources, engineering, and manufacturing sectors across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

We are currently seeking a passionate and experienced mid-level Accountant to join our dynamic team in Mulgrave, Victoria. This role is integral to the financial stewardship and direction of our company, offering a stimulating workplace environment and the opportunity to contribute to impactful financial strategies.

The Opportunity

The Senior Accountant will assist the Financial Controller and will be responsible for managing all finance and accounting operations, ensuring accuracy in financial reporting, and adhering to compliance regulations. The successful candidate will be actively looking for this “next step” in their career, and will bring with them expertise in financial analysis, budget management, forecasting, and financial strategy to support the company’s financial health and long-term goals. Your expertise and passion as a Senior Accountant will be instrumental in shaping the future of HRL’s business.

You will be mentored by an experienced Financial Controller who has previously mentored many staff.  The opportunity exists for this role to take over the Financial Controller role in the future.

Key Responsibilities

As an experienced Accountant, you will also manage the team of Corporate Services at HRL and deliver a suite of services that supports the thriving HRL business, including, but not limited to:

  • Oversee the preparation of accurate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports.
  • Coordinate and direct the preparation of the budget and financial forecasts and report any variances.
  • Implement and maintain internal financial controls and procedures, ensuring compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state, and local regulatory laws for financial and tax reporting.
  • Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings.
  • Develop and maintain timely cash flow projections to ensure adequate liquidity for business operations.
  • Review Sales Contracts for business approval.
  • Supervise the accounting team to streamline processes and ensure the timely closing of accounts.
  • Work closely with external auditors during financial and operational audits.
  • Analyse financial data, identifying trends and making recommendations for cost reduction measures.
  • Collaborate with the Financial Controller, Company Secretary, Human Resources, Payroll, and executive team to advise on long-term business and financial planning.

About You

You will have: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
  • CPA or CA certification is highly desired.
  • Proven experience in finance management, with a minimum of 5 years in a Senior Accountant role or similar capacity, and 10 years accounting experience.
  • Strong knowledge of accounting principles, Australian Tax Office (ATO) compliance, and financial legislation in Australia.
  • Proficiency in financial management software and advanced Excel skills.
  • Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills, with impeccable attention to detail.
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities to engage with staff, executives, and external stakeholders.
  • Experience in IT matters.

You will also have:

  • Leadership skills to inspire and develop the accounting team.
  • Experience in the financial sector with a comprehensive understanding of financial trends both within the company and general market patterns.
  • A motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team, sharing your knowledge and information.
  • A valid Australian Drivers Licence.
  • Current legal working rights in Australia.

What We Offer

  • An opportunity to be part of a collaborative and dynamic team of industry experts.
  • A chance to contribute with your experienced accounting skills on cutting-edge projects that make a meaningful impact on society and the environment.
  • Career growth and development opportunities to nurture your professional journey.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • A modern and inclusive work environment that values creativity and innovation.
  • Hybrid working from home arrangements.

Join Us Today!

If you're looking for that “next step” in your professional career and want to be part of a team that shapes the future, submit your application now. Visit our website at www.hrlt.com.au to learn more about our exciting projects and how we are making a difference in the world of engineering and analytical chemistry.

Due to high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for this role of Senior Accountant.

Please submit your application via Seek

Materials Engineer or Process Engineer (Qld) - Expression of Interest Only

Full time roles based at Coopers Plains, Qld.

Fantastic permanent opportunity, join HRL and Shape the Future of Engineering!

Are you ready to take your engineering expertise to new heights and make a real impact in diverse industries? If you're a driven and experienced Materials Engineer or a Process Engineer looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference, we have the perfect role for you!

Company Overview

HRL Technology Group is a leading specialist engineering, laboratory, and testing consulting service.
We always aim to enhance the technical and commercial performance of businesses in energy, resources, engineering, and manufacturing sectors across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
The company emphasizes a forward-thinking approach and commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions.

The Opportunity

As an Engineer with HRL, you will be at the forefront of our ground-breaking projects, partnering with businesses to drive innovation, sustainability, performance, and efficiency. Your expertise and passion for engineering will be instrumental in shaping the future of industries that impact our daily lives.

We are seeking expressions of interest of Materials Engineers or Process Engineers for our office in Coopers Plains, Qld.

Key Responsibilities

As an Engineer, you will work within a team that delivers a suite of services in the field or laboratory, including, but not limited to:

  • Liaising closely with customers to understand and scope work requirements.
  • Preparing detailed project plans, producing cost estimates and proposals.
  • Overseeing project delivery, preparing and presenting reports to clients as required.

As a Materials Engineer your technical knowledge/expertise will be:

  • Condition assessment of complex components and high temperature pressure equipment.
  • Providing material selection advice.
  • Conducting failure analysis, materials testing and inspection.

Experience with conducting fatigue and creep life assessments, risk-based inspection and experience in the field of welding will be viewed favourably.

As a Process Engineer your technical knowledge/expertise will:

  • Include a solid foundation in engineering principles, process design, and optimization. Understanding process flow, equipment, instruments, and unit operations is also crucial for analyzing and improving manufacturing processes.
  • Remain hands-on and field-focused to ensure practicality and effectiveness in real-world scenarios.
  • Have analytical prowess to troubleshoot and optimize processes for maximum efficiency and sustainability.

About You

You will have: 

  • A Bachelors or Masters Degree in Engineering or Applied Science, and recognized by Engineers Australia.
  • At least 3 years proven experience and knowledge of engineering inspections and/or root cause analysis.
  • Experience working in an engineering consulting capacity.
  • Expertise in preparing and delivering complex engineering project plans and scopes of work and delivering on budgets.
  • Recognized expertise and knowledge of practical and theoretical materials engineering challenges (Materials Engineering).
  • Knowledge in the use of metallurgical laboratory equipment and field equipment (Materials Engineering).
  • Technical writing skills.
  • Experience in reporting and making recommendations to key stakeholders.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a project team to deliver onsite services and work within specified codes and compliance standards.

You  will also have:

  • An energetic and flexible approach.
  • An ability to work as part of a team, sharing knowledge and information.
  • A sound knowledge of the Microsoft Suite of packages.
  • A willingness and ability to travel domestically and overseas, as required.
  • A valid Australian Drivers Licence.
  • Current legal working rights in Australia.

What We Offer

  • An opportunity to be part of a collaborative and dynamic team of industry experts.
  • A chance to work on cutting-edge projects that make a meaningful impact on society and the environment.
  • Career growth and development opportunities to nurture your professional journey.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • A modern and inclusive work environment that values creativity and innovation.
  • Hybrid working from home arrangements by mutual agreement.

Join Us Today!

If you're passionate about engineering and want to be part of a team that shapes the future, submit your express of interest now. Visit our website at www.hrlt.com.au to learn more about our exciting projects and how we are making a difference in the world of engineering.

Don't miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of innovation in Coopers Plains, Qld. Submit your express of interest NOW. We can't wait to welcome you aboard the HRL team. Let's build a brighter future together!

Please submit your expression of interest via Seek

Technical Officer - Trade background (Qld & Vic)

Laboratory & Technical Services
Full time role based at Coopers Plains, Qld, or Mulgrave, Vic, or Churchill, Vic.

Work alongside seasoned, driven professionals who are passionate, smart, creative, and proud to be part of this business and who will challenge you and help foster your growth.

The Opportunity

Proudly Australian owned and operated, HRL Technology Group is recognized as a market leader in specialist analytical, testing, consulting and integrated engineering and laboratory services.  We create customer solutions focused on developing new processes, technology and optimizing performance in the energy, resources, engineering, and manufacturing industries, nationally and in the Asia Pacific region.

Due to continued success and growth, HRL has an opportunity for a capable and competent Technical Officer to join the team in Coopers Plains, Qld OR Mulgrave, Vic  OR Churchill, Vic.

About the Role
This position will suit someone who comes from a trade background, to undertake a wide range of ad-hoc technical, operational and project-related assignments in the office, laboratory, workshop and on client sites.  

Duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Inspecting, testing and evaluating structures/plant, using various techniques and equipment.
  • Documenting and reporting results.
  • Calibrating equipment.
  • Testing and tagging.
  • Working on client sites; running of cables to Engineers and Technicians.
  • Setting and packing up of equipment to assist works/projects.
  • Scheduling of jobs and office maintenance; liaising with landlords, trades, other stakeholders.
  • Preparing detailed and accurate project cost estimates.
  • Maintaining stock of supplies for the laboratory, workshop and office, including chemicals, workshop and office consumables.
  • Repairing and maintaining laboratory, workshop and office equipment.

It is also important to note, with clients based nationally and internationally, there will be travel requirements domestically and overseas for short-term project work.

About you
You will be energetic and flexible in your approach to manage a mix of technical and coordination responsibilities and handle changing demands and priorities to meet company and customer expectations.

You will have:

  • A trade background and at least 2 years of experience in a technical environment. 
  • Experience as a fitter and turner, which will be highly regarded.
  • Broad knowledge of power generation and/or heavy industry. 
  • A range of workshop skills (including to manufacture specialised testing equipment).
  • A willingness to travel.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to provide technical advice to other colleagues.
  • Ability to develop and maintain client relationships.
  • A flair for science and engineering.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite & related software.
  • Ability to work without supervision and complete allocated tasks on time.
  • A commitment to safe work practices.
  • A valid drivers licence.
  • Current legal working rights in Australia.

Why HRL?
Along with a competitive remuneration, HRL offers challenging work, meaningful development opportunities, flexible work arrangements, genuine opportunity to extend your skills and a privileged, diverse culture built on smart, easy-going colleagues we surround ourselves with.  If you join HRL, you are joining a collaborative team that values care, excellence, value creation and agility.

You must have the right to work in Australia.

If this sounds like an opportunity that is in line with your skills and background, please submit your application via Seek with a cover letter, explaining how you meet the requirements of this position and a detailed resume.

Due to high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Our Certifications

NATA

NATA accredited AtS/NZS ISO 17025, AS/NZS ISO 17020NATA Accredited Laboratories number 561

ISO 9001 Quality Management

ISO 9001 Quality Management certified by BSI under certificate number FS605116.