Engineering Jobs at General Electric, United States
Position: Services Engineer – Analytics
The position holder will contribute to the overall global execution of the Productivity strategy for our Services business. In particular, s/he will be doing the duties
- Help solve deep technical problems remote of the turbine asset.
- Dig deeply into the drivers for certain faults and assign a root cause traceable to the correct turbine component.
- Influence the Digital Analytics team to develop accurate analytics that contributes to identifying failing components for all GE Wind Turbines.
- Contribute to the continuous improvement of the analytic tools necessary to maintain the FSA / OSA / PowerUp fleet at maximum performance.
- Maximize Business Opportunity for all identified operational changes and track benefits over a longer time frame.
- Be able to understand the LD / Bonus structure at an OSA / FSA site.
- Create and present a detailed metrics package that conveys a clear message of the benefits and hurdles encountered in the development and adoption of the new analytics developed.
- Track business metrics associated with the deployed analytics and identify where we have savings and shortfalls due to site actions. Similarly, lead technical support for issue resolution on monitored turbines, including root causes for AEP shortfalls, availability issues, or parameter changes.
- Support technical and operational customer meetings and data requests as well as manage time standards and execution metrics and identify benefits and shortfalls.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited university or college in Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace Marine. However, candidates with a high school diploma / GED with 10 years of experience in Services are also eligible.
- In addition to that, a minimum of 3 years of technical experience in wind turbines or related power generation businesses.
General Electric Company (GE) is an American multinational conglomerate incorporated in New York City and headquartered in Boston. As of 2018, the company operates through the following segments: aviation, healthcare, power, renewable energy, digital industry, additive manufacturing, venture capital and finance, and lighting.