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Team: PS Aero Reliability - Power
Ref. no.: P/GTC/R&DI/RE/1
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
In connection with dynamic growth and creation of GE Digital Power Plant within Power Services Engineering at Gas Turbine Center, the team enters exciting & challenging opportunities.
This unique assignment will enable diving into entire power plant scope programs, GE and former Alstom components, and finding innovative digital solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
The Reliability Engineer will work and manage lifing analysis for Power Plants. In this role you will lead projects supported by cross-functional teams that include Hardware Design Engineering, Repair Engineering, Product Services Engineering, and others. Scope also include developing predictive analytics to support digital twin and digital plant development initiatives. The position will require familiarity with power plants system design and operations.
- Understand and assess risks associated with Power Services Engineering initiatives
- Lead cross functional teams to deliver customer focused outcomes
- Execute with minimal guidance the system level reliability assessments for power plants
- Develop processes and tools that predict deterioration and remaining useful life of plants components
- Formulate and implement plans to achieve technical requirements and schedules
- Support other GE businesses and internal / external customers
- Establish and communicate program objectives and integrate cross functional teams
- Prepare and present technical proposal documentation
- Provide technical leadership to personnel supporting the assigned project
- Leverage LEAN Six Sigma, Simplification, FastWorks and other relevant tools to drive speed, simplicity and productivity within Services.
- BSc/MSc in Engineering and equivalent experience
- Life Data Analysis and/or Design for Reliability experience
- Additional experience in Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, Generator and Power Plant Operation
- Demonstrated interpersonal skills
- Team worker, hard worker, fast-learner, open- minded person, optimistic attitude
- Proven track record of delivering results in a dynamic business environment
- Experience with cross functional program management
- Understanding of Gas Turbine Operation and system root cause analysis
- Strong Analytical and Data Analysis Skills
- Good Understanding of Engineering Principles
- Demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion
- Embraces diversity and builds trust in cross functional teams
- Position in international environment with the possibility of professional skills development
- Travels to Suppliers/Overhaul Shops/Engineering Sites located all over the world
- Wide scope of extra benefits for employees and their families, including private healthcare and extra life insurance
- Flexible work time
- Access to modern technologies
- Friendly atmosphere
- Interesting and challenging projects
- Competitive salary
Qualifications / Requirements
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).