Job description / Role
Job Description Summary
Inspection and Repair Services are looking to recruit persons experienced in the trade of electrical testing, inspection & repair of large turbo generators . Responsible for dismantling/re-assembling, rewinding, repairing, testing and troubleshooting large and/or complicated AC and DC equipment. Includes Power Generation equipment such as stators and fields(rotors), motor armature/rotors and field frames/stators, DC exciters, and collector assemblies. Work is conducted both on site and in the shop for GE and Non-GE applications.
The current market growth requires expansion of the works force to meet the ever growing demand for skilled and semi skilled generator winders. Applicants are being offered the chance to join the team to work a dynamic and challenging industry. Additional training is available though the GE Energy University to enhance the skills required to execute new/improved repairs. Occasional travel is required due to the nature of the machinery worked on and it's permanent location at customer sites. Applicants must be flexible, be willing to travel across Europe and Globally within the GE business.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No
About the Company
GE is a diversified technology, media and financial services company, dedicated to creating products that make life better. From aircraft engines and power generation to financial services, medical imaging, television programming and oil and gas, GE operates in more than 100 countries and employs over 300,000 people worldwide.
GE's Oil & Gas business is a leader in the development and delivery of advanced product and service offerings for the global oil and gas industry. As a consequence of the rapid expansion of its technology base, GE's Oil & Gas is capable of addressing the largest and most complex engineering and application challenges entirely from its own worldwide resources. So whether it's the world's largest LNG compression trains, re-injection of high sulfur gas, enhancing the safety and productivity of the world's oil and gas pipelines, or equipment for the production of oil and gas from harsh environments, GE is leading the charge.