RCA Project Manager

Greenville, New York
06 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
In this role, the RCA (Root Cause Analysis) Project Manager will partner with the regional and functional teams to drive quality improvements in Fleet Reliability Operations through root cause analysis programs. You will be responsible for defining and leading root cause analysis and corrective action implementation that will improve fleet performance and operations.

Essential Responsibilities

As the RCA Project Manager, you will:
• Support and drive RCA (Root Cause Analysis)
• Support evaluation of non-conformances to determine nature of the problem and provides appropriate disposition and rework procedures
• Consult with engineering hardware owners as required ensuring finished product achieves design intention for fit, form and function
• Drive quick, complete root cause analysis, corrective actions and preventative actions
• Interpret engineering drawings and specification and facilitate / lead quick correction of engineering product definition errors identified during manufacturing operations
• Support Sourcing Quality Engineers and suppliers to ensure timely resolution of issues and effective implementation of RCA, corrective actions and preventative actions
• Provide leadership to a cross-functional team in Field Services, Repairs, Parts, Engineering and the Global Supply Chain (GSC) to execute the establishment and measurement of customer facing metrics
• Lead a regular operating rhythm around customer facing metrics including trend analysis and improvement plans for Field Services, Repairs, Parts, and Engineering Services
• Work with operating leaders and teams to create a road map of continuous improvement projects and track the implementation and the effect of the customer facing metrics
• Communicate teams' progress to Business Leaders
• Educate, coach, and mentor team on Six Sigma philosophy and application


• Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Electrical or related engineering discipline from an accredited college or university
• Minimum of 3 years of engineering experience

• Ability and willingness to travel 10% of the time
• Ability and willingness to climb wind turbine towers of a minimum of 300 feet

Additional Eligibility Qualifications

GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.

Desired Characteristics

• Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
• Experience in Services Engineering
• Proven ability to build relationships and influence stakeholders to become supporters
• Proven ability to work efficiently without direct supervision
• Self-motivated with demonstrated ability to motivate others to achieve results
• Deep understanding of Quality Management Systems, Technical Regulations and Standards
• Ability to communicate requirements and facilitate good practice-sharing in a motivating, engaging way
• Strong analytical and quantitative skills
• Familiar with statistics and six sigma quality concepts
• Committed to process improvement
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Green Belt / Black Belt / Master Black Certification or equivalent quality certification and/or a proven education or work history in statistical analysis of complex data and measurement systems
• Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
• Proven ability to work with global team members across cultural boundaries
• Experience leading resolution of complex multifaceted problems
• Fluency in English language, both written and spoken
• Gearbox, structural, electrical or other wind turbine experience
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