General Electric Core Services ITR Engineer in Milan, Italy
Job Description Summary
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Purpose of the job;
The Core Services ITR Engineer, Milan, will play a key role in the Steam Power, Generator Core Services ITR team dedicated to enabling the South Europe Region to execute projects to a high quality through providing customer facing engineering support at all phases of the ITR process, including tendering and execution.
Main duties and responsibilities will include;
As a Core Services ITR Engineer, you will be expected to work with CSLs through the tendering phase of the ITO/ITR process, collaborate with the Global Repair Network in determining costs, and support the outage planning and scoping of customer projects. Assure compliance with design standards / practices; and be on-time in fulfilling program objectives, schedules, cost and quality requirements. The Core Services ITR Engineer will also support projects through execution with engineering requests and dispositions. In this role, you will:
Provide primary support through the ITO/ITR tendering phases as the technical lead for the bid, including scope description, BOM, RFQ review, technical clarifications, technical risk identification, TRS and when appropriate provision of costing and schedule.
Develop expertise in generator component repair processes available to the GRS network and Field Services.
Provide outage planning for the regional and global fleet of generators.
Support technology transfer into the GRS network and region engineering teams.
Provide technical guidance, both thru collaboration and consultation, to less experienced engineers and to other individuals responsible for working generator repairs.
Provide guidance for development of and improvements to existing generator maintenance, and repair processes and procedures.
Support cost reduction, cycle reduction, and product quality enhancement projects
Author or contribute to the development of REI procedures / work instructions / standards and design practices associated with this technology area. Highlight lessons learned and makes repair practices / design standards changes or other appropriate changes in practices to prevent reoccurrence
Contribute to engineering design review activities, and lessons learned
Degree qualified, or equivalent, in Engineering
Knowledge and experience of synchronous generator design and construction
Working knowledge of Italian language
Focused on Quality, Cost, On-time, and On-budget Performance
Has contributed to the solving of significant technical problems in workshop processes
Metric focused and excellent communication and presentation capability
Team player with exceptional influence and interpersonal skills
Strong process discipline with sound analytic skills
Strong Customer Service Mindset
High-energy team player
Creative and innovative mindset
Relocation Assistance Provided: No