Manufacturing Engineer – Bar Shop

Recruiter
Location
Schenectady, New York
Salary
Competitive
Posted
03 Oct 2016
Closes
12 Nov 2016
Ref
2670556
Sector
Oil and Gas
Category
Manufacturing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
As a Manufacturing Engineer - Bar Shop, you will support the manufacturing of Steam Turbines and Electric Generators in a highly cross-functional environment within GE Power & Water in Schenectady, NY; the birthplace of GE and the business headquarters.



Essential Responsibilities

As a Manufacturing Engineer - Bar Shop, you will:
  • Identify and implement the New Product Introduction (NPI) and New Technology Introduction (NTI) projects and the associated capital equipment projects to manufacture world class Steam Turbines and Generators in a cost effective fashion
  • Utilize a New Product Introduction tollgate process for Steam Turbine & Electric Generator Products
  • Be responsible for producibility / process capability, manufacturing process development, tool design, manufacturing cost estimating, sourcing technical support, quality qualifications, test support, product cost reduction efforts, and capital equipment projects
  • Support Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing initiatives
  • Provide technical leadership for the manufacturing processes and testing of electric generators
  • Own or support manufacturing engineering projects requiring development of specifications, supplier management, purchase, installation and qualification of manufacturing equipment
  • Support overtime and shift coverage as needed




Qualifications/Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT:


  • Additional Eligibility Qualifications

    Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.

    Desired Characteristics

    • Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Materials Engineering or Engineering Technology
    • Trained in the use of CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) / CAD (Computer Aided Design) software systems
    • Knowledgeable in one or more of the following: Metal Forming & Joining (Punching / welding / brazing), Composite Material and Adhesives applications, CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Programming & Machining, or PLC / Computer controls
    • Tool or process design experience
    • Corporate Leadership Training Program graduate: manufacturing, operations or engineering programs (GE Employee's Only)
    • Six Sigma Green Belt certified or equivalent quality certification
    • Technical knowledge of manufacturing technology and the ability to apply and adapt the technology to new situations
    • Strong communication skills, interpersonal, oral and written
    • Effective at managing multiple priorities under tight deadlines
    • Ability to work in a matrix organization with minimal supervision
    • High attention to detail and accuracy

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