General Electric Field Service Advisor IV - Mechanic in Home/Remote/Alternate, Croatia
Job Description Summary
The primary responsibility of the Field Service Advisor - Mechanic is to safely accomplish the installation, maintenance and repair of the heavy rotating machinery used mainly in power generation applications. Field Service Advisors work closely with Supervisors, EHS personnel, and the Operations Department to achieve these goals. You may be assigned other duties to help proactively drive our vision and align with our organization’s core values.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Install machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints and other drawings in industrial establishments. • Dismantle and assemble machinery and equipment using a variety of hand, power, pneumatic and hydraulic tools. • Move machinery and equipment using hoists, cranes, chain falls and trucks. • Align machinery and equipment using hoists, squares, rules, micrometers, plumb bobs, dial indicators and/or laser alignment equipment. • Perform material and machine inspections using precision measuring equipment such as micrometers, rules, calipers, protractors, and torque wrenches. • Load, transport, and unload materials, tools, equipment and supplies. • Perform other duties as assigned • Travel required
Required Qualifications & Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree in a technical subject or equivalent more than 8 years of experience at a Construction/installation site, preferably in the power plant industry including various pumps, motors, fans, generators, and turbines • Experience in steam turbines and major maintenance procedures. • Have bolting and rigging certifications as desire. • Must have Driver’s License • English language skills an advantage
Desired Characteristics: • Expert level. Able to demonstrate Project Management Skills and Team Leader Skills. • Possess expert skills and applies the fundamental concepts, practices and procedures of a particular field of specialization. • Attended in product specific training to take, record and evaluate critical clearances, carry out alignments, change Turbine Buckets, etc. • Has basic knowledge of English as per grade A2 of the European CEFR • Diverse mechanical and electrical skills (welding, pipe-fitting, electrical construction, analog and digital circuits) • Technical knowledge of equipment and tooling, plus an ability to instruct and direct inexperienced personnel. Position also responsible for shipping and receiving • Ability to instruct and direct inexperienced personnel and read and interpret drawings. • Solid background in turbine-generator equipment, as well as auxiliary sub-systems. • Projects are associated with the interfacing of turbine auxiliary equipment sub-systems with turbinegenerator control systems. • Flexible and self-reliant attitude are necessary since much of the work is done on a self-directed basis, ability to work with minimum supervision is necessary • Functional expertise with all the equipment and tools. • Ability to turn conceptual designs into completed projects, including doing all necessary work, such as specifying electrical devices, conduit, cable, pipe, and necessary hardware to complete the project. • Must work well both independently and in a team environment