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Role Summary: GE Power works in all areas of the energy industry with a full array of power generation, power conversion, energy delivery, biogas and alternative fuels; coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear energy. We are solving some the most complex challenges across the globe. Candidates will have the opportunity to work with experienced engineers in the following areas: nuclear, gas engines, power generation products, power generation services, aeroderivatives, electrification, grid, and controls.
Essential Responsibilities: Technical EID assignment categories in GE Power include, but are not limited to: Engineering: Perform design and analysis of product lines may include steam turbine, gas turbines, gas engines, generators, rotors, blades, buckets, vanes, nozzles, transformers, circuit breakers, switchgear, etc. as well as provide manufacturing and field issues support. Responsibilities include: develop and implement new design concepts and design improvements. You may work with the drafting team to create or update the drawings, and partner with the manufacturing team to solve problems that arise out of the complex manufacturing processes required to make these parts. Support manufacturing engineering projects involving manufacturing process improvements and product cost reduction. Manufacturing: Responsible for processes and procedures that drive customer satisfaction, quality, fulfillment, and direct material productivity savings. You will work within a manufacturing environment to evaluate and identify areas for improvement and implement these improvements. Additional projects may involve working with cross-functional teams that focus on improving the quality of production areas. You may utilize Lean Six Sigma methodologies in driving improvement through the production area. Enhance and maintain technical knowledge of current standards, codes and procedures regarding safe and effective use of production equipment. Sourcing: Achieve lowest possible cost for material, balanced against optimum quality and schedule needs. You may solicit and evaluate proposals employing appropriate negotiation, cost and price analysis techniques, using available expertise from supporting organizations; Additional projects may involve implementing purchase contracts following applicable company and government regulations, and evaluating current and anticipated requirements. Other assignments in Environmental Health & Safety and Project Engineering may also be available.
EMPLOYMENT DATES: January to May 2018 (Spring); May to August 2018 (Summer);August to December 2018 (Fall); *Co-Op opportunities to be staffed and defined as applicable
Qualifications/Requirements: Must have one to two semesters left prior to graduation and be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program in an engineering discipline as listed below.
Following majors accepted: Aeronautical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Coatings Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Material Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechatronics Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Welding Engineering, Other Engineering
Must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA (without rounding). Must submit your application for employment through gecareers.com/campus interview to be considered Must be willing to take a drug test as part of the selection process Must be willing to submit to a background investigation as part of the selection process Must be 18 years of age or older Must be able to develop and maintain good customer relationships Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license Must be willing to work in geographical area specified by the business
Desired Characteristics: Strong commitment to career in engineering or manufacturing Strong interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrable initiative and leadership abilities Analytical and communication skills with the ability to communicate technical issues in an easy to understand manner Change agent and process oriented Works productively in a pressurized environment Listens, consults others and communicates proactively Geographic flexibility
Location: Atlanta, GA; Charleroi, PA; Charlottesville, VA; Clearwater, FL; Cranberry Township, PA; Greenville, SC; Houston, TX; Oakbrook Terrace, IL; Salem, VA; Schenectady, NY; Shreveport, LA; Waynesboro, GA; Wilmington, NC; and other GE Power Locations.
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