Location(s): United States; California, Nevada, North Dakota; Williston
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Role Summary: The Assembly Technician - will perform duties related to the disassembly, positioning, reassembly, testing and painting of moderate to highly complex equipment utilizing a combination of manual, pneumatic and hydraulic tools for fitting, adjusting and securing maneuvers providing service and refurbishment of wellhead equipment, frac stacks and rental tools and building new wellhead assemblies.
Essential Responsibilities: In the role of Assembly Technician, you will:
Conduct all business-related tasks according to GE’s Spirit and Letter policies
Be capable of travelling within the US to work at customer locations or other GE facilities as needed
Participate in PC EHS Programs
Perform Assembly Technician duties as directed by supervisor, perform repairs on frac equipment including cleaning, disassembly, repair, assembly, test, grease and paint
Assemble wellhead equipment and trees
Comply with PC QA/QC requirements
Complete routers, test documentation and other documents as required
Operate test bunker, greasing unit, forklifts and cranes
Perform painting of equipment
Participate with housekeeping
High School Diploma / GED from an accredited school or institution
Minimum 1 year of experience in mechanical test and assembly / disassembly or heavy equipment repair and maintenance
Work overtime, weekends and holidays as required
Be on call as required
Work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending and other physical activities
Be in the shop environment a minimum of 8 hours per day, primarily standing and sitting, as required
Lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs.
Work inside and outside, as required
Obtain or currently possess a forklift operator license and certification to operate overhead cranes
Read and correctly interpret prints / drawings and specifications and complete assembly and test tasks as well as safety and quality documentation
Strong knowledge of existing drilling and production surface wellhead equipment, frac equipment and rental tools
Ability to work un-directed per engineering specifications and inspect own work for integrity and quality
Knowledgeable in good housekeeping requirements and all safety regulations
Basic math skills
Previous manufacturing / shop service center operations experience
Locations: United States; California, Nevada, North Dakota; Williston
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