From pressure welders and industrial electricians to boilermakers, our tradespeople work on some of the most sophisticated submarines in the world.
A submarine is one of the most technical defence vessels to construct, which is why we rely on our team of highly qualified tradespeople with skills ranging from welding to mechanics. When you undertake a trade for the Future Submarine Program, you’ll be rewarded with a unique and challenging career, as well as the opportunity to work alongside some of Australia's brightest technical minds.
Our welders join metal parts by heating the surfaces for the build and construction of the Attack Class submarines. These roles include:
Our technical and electronic electricians install and maintain our electrical equipment. These roles include:
Our fabrication team is responsible for creating components and structures by assembling different types of metals. These roles include:
Constructs metal components for the submarine using a variety of tools.
Our mechanical team looks after the design, assembly, manufacture, installation, modification, testing, fault finding, and service of all mechanical equipment, machinery, fluid power systems, stationary and mobile equipment, instruments and refrigeration.
Our piping team is charged with designing and detailing the specification of physical pipe layouts. These roles include:
Constructs and fits metal and plastic pipes within the submarine using a variety of tools.