Our aim is to make the world a safer, smarter and greener place through our traffic solutions and technology. We welcome people who want to make a lasting contribution to our business, our workplace culture and our future.
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We are committed to a work environment where our teams feel encouraged and motivated to share their ideas and be the best they can be. We foster a culture in which people are rewarded for their enthusiasm, passion and skill, and in which we treat each other fairly, equitably, reasonably, and with respect.
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Working at Redflex will provide you with opportunities across our international business, as well as the benefits of being part of a company committed to progression. We invest in the ongoing professional and personal development of our people, facilitating opportunities for growth in the workplace and beyond.
At Redflex we know that our success is driven by our fantastic team. That is why we are committed to improve our employee's time at Redflex by offering
them a range of benefits.
I have always had a keen interest in both Electronics and Computer technology
Lucas joined Redflex in 2006 as a Production Technician and is now Production Lead, looking after the hardware manufacturing and repair teams in both Melbourne and Arizona. Lucas’ team works directly with the Project Managers, Supply Chain team and Engineers to build, test and configure all Redflex systems, as well as repairing damaged equipment.
Lucas’ proudest achievement at Redflex was completing a 3-month stint in Sydney, managing the fleet fit-out of 47 new vehicles with dual radar speed enforcement systems.
Outside of work, family is extremely important to Lucas. “I strive to be a great role model to my wife and children, but at the same time appreciate how much I learn from them. My daughter recently told me that mum is a better driver than me. She just turned 3”.
Which piece of technology do you wish you’d invented?
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