Internship in Reliability

Team: DP Distributed Power - Power

Ref. no.: P/DP/R/Intern/1

Location: Warsaw/Mazowieckie/Poland

Employer Description

Engineering Design Center (EDC) was created under an agreement between General Electric and the Institute of Aviation. Our engineers work in following areas: aircraft jet engines, gas and steam turbines, electric motors and generators, centrifugal and reciprocating compressors, as well as industrial installations including pipelines, and automatics. EDC employs over 1800 engineers and is the largest engineering center in the Central Europe.

Role Summary / Purpose

This is a great opportunity to join the Distributed Power Reliability Team for a 6-month internship. We are looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable engineer whose main focus will be the support of our current engineering reliability projects. The successful candidate will be engaged in a diverse selection of tasks including, but not limited to general RAM (Reliability, Availability and Maintainability) analysis of the gas engines fleet. You will be responsible for the preparation and presentation of technical reports as well as the participation in technical reviews with peers.
You will be placed in a dynamic team and work atmosphere where you will be able to leverage on our expertise to learn advanced tools and applications and familiarize with the GE Gas Engine product line and organizational environment.

Responsibilities

  • Working closely with teams across Distributed Power Engineering team to support RAM modeling for NPI programs to drive DFR (Design for Reliability)
  • Revision of applicable documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures,
  • Develop tools, processes & measures aimed at improving RAM metrics, standardization and simplification.
  • Work on multiple tasks simultaneously, under the supervision and guidance of lead and senior engineers.
  • Provide engineering support to reliability oriented data analysis and improvement issues
  • Prepare written technical reports and present individual results and project progress within project design reviews, NPI meetings and other forums within technology.

Qualifications / Requirements

  • Final year / Master course in Mechanical/Automotive/Aerospace Engineering or similar specialization.
  • Fundamental knowledge of statistics
  • Experience with various reliability tools (Weibull analysis, failure rates, probability theory etc.) will be considered an advantage.
  • Coding /scripting experience in R, VBA, Python will be considered as advantage
  • Proficient in use of computers and PC hardware, MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook & Word
  • An ongoing drive to learn the use of new tools, techniques and to expand experience into other analysis domains supported by a willingness to share knowledge and experience with peers.
  • Comfortable in an international working environment and have strong oral and written communication skills in English.
  • Comfortable with presentation of technical reports to a broad audience.

Employer Offers

  • Paid 6 months Internship at our office in Warsaw
  • Position in international environment with the possibility of professional skills development
  • Flexible working hours
  • Access to modern technologies
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Interesting projects
  • Private healthcare

Legal Statement

I hereby authorize GE Company Polska Sp. z o.o. based in Warsaw and the Institute of Aviation based in Warsaw to process my personal data included in my job application for the needs of the recruitment process and future recruitment processes, in accordance with the Personnel Protection Act 29.08.1997 (Dz. U. 2002 no 101 position 926).

I also express my consent to sending my personal data to any other entity of the GE group for recruitment purposes. The list of GE entities can be found in Privacy Policy (www.edc.pl/privacy-policy).

Employer reserves the right to finish the recruitment process at any time without providing substantiation.

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