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Role Summary: In the role of Field Engineer - Excitation Systems, South Region, you will:
Participate as a Regional Service Team member
Lead execution of retrofit projects. Scope of projects includes one or more of the following: Excitation System Upgrades (EX 2100e) either full or DFE (Digital Front End), LCI (Starting System) Upgrades
Partake in HMI upgrades
Partake in TIL Implementation
Execute on site project management and technical leader duties
Support warranty administration and troubleshooting issues
Work at GE and customer locations throughout the Southeast and Southern United States (primary) with possible work locations within the US and globally
Complete timely service reports, invoicing packages, and other administrative requirements
Drive customer satisfaction through commitment to quality
Support the business growth initiatives
Be responsible for Nuclear control retrofit site planning and execution
Manage site execution of generator control retrofits
Interface with Power Services and other GE Businesses
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering (BSEE, BSME ) from an accredited college or university (OR Associates Degree from an accredited college or university in Electronics (AAS) or Mechanics (AAS) and 5 years of experience in generator excitation systems, LCI starting systems and/or generator protection systems OR High School Diploma / GED with a minimum of 7 years of experience in generator excitation systems, LCI starting systems and/or generator protection systems
Minimum 3 years of experience in generator excitation systems, LCI starting systems and/or generator protection systems
Travel extensively and work significant over-time
Possess a valid driver's license and able to obtain or possess a US Passport and TWIC Card
Previous industrial and/or utility field service experience with electrical equipment primarily excitation systems or drive systems.
Minimum of 1 year of Nuclear experience
Controls experience to equipment that functions as a ""prime mover""
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