General Electric Shaft-line Rotordynamics Lead Engineer in Elblag, Poland
Job Description Summary
GE Steam Power Engineering is looking for 'Shaft-line Rotordynamics Lead Engineer’ - experienced professional to reinforce the Rotordynamic Team and provide technical support across the full portfolio of offerings.
As a part of the team, on a daily basis you will be working on cutting edge technologies - advanced Nuclear Steam Turbines; large turbomachinery trains; and future Renewables Steam Turbines as well as on Service operations for a large running fleet.
By applying advanced in-house analytical tools and market leading commercial software you will be exploring challenging areas of rotordynamics and driving the future progress in this engineering area.
To ensure the best possible quality, you will get access to Design Practices and Experience Databases of the family of companies that now form GE Steam Power.
As a part of a wide engineering organization oriented on collaboration, supportiveness, and transparency, you will have the opportunity to grow as an Engineer and Industrial Expert.
Roles and Responsibilities
Use Rotordynamic principles and theories to support full GE Steam Power portfolio - New Products/Tendering/Order Execution and Service engineering of Nuclear, Fossil and Industrial Steam Turbines, Generators, Compressors and Pumps.
Execute Rotordynamic Analysis (Lateral & Torsional), present results at Design Reviews (GE Internal and external), issue reports.
Contributing to root cause analyses of failures.
Contributing to continuous improvement of technical methods and software tools.
Contributing to the normal engineering work of GE Steam Power Technology organization.
Communicating within technical domain both internally and externally (to customers and suppliers) as required to support the business objectives.
Deep technical knowledge in Rotordynamics domain, covering both, theory and analysis techniques defined in international standards and/or GE Internal Design Practices and experience of applying it to practical applications.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Computer Science.
5+ years’ experience at engineering position focused on Rotordynamics.
Strong oral and written communication skills. Proven ability to advise on resolution of technical issues as well as appropriate engineering policy.
Collaborative, inclusive, supportive and empowering behaviors. Able to give and receive constructive feedback.
Proven ability to work autonomously with a high level of judgement in solving complex problems.
Able to interface effectively with all levels of the organization as well as representing GE externally to customers/suppliers.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No