General Electric Mechanical Component Owner- Hub Subsystem in Queretaro, Mexico

Role Summary:

Successful candidate will be a part of the Hub Subsystem Team in the Wind Engineering Organization. The role offers design, analysis, supplier qualification, testing and hardware ownership opportunity focusing on fabricated mechanical component design within the hub subsystem. In this role you will work within defined parameters to make decisions, apply concepts to issues of moderate complexity, and resolve issues through immediate action or short-term planning

Essential Responsibilities:

· Execute, with guidance from senior engineering resources, the analysis, design, test, or integration required to define and support assigned components, assemblies or systems that meet business standards and program / product requirements

· Lead projects pertaining to new products, technology, processes and/or field issues with a heavy focus on quality, and reliability.

· Help to coordinate digital transition to wind turbine component design

· Perform design & analysis of components within area of expertise such as brackets, access ladders, hatch covers, safety tie offs, shipping fixtures and bolted joints including detailed documentation.

· Collaborate with cross functional teams for managing the product life cycle including drawings, BoM, specifications check, cost reduction including supplier collaboration and qualification which may also include travel as required

· Execute tasks within a cross-functional teams, including but not limited to other sub-system engineers, quality, manufacturing, sourcing, planning, field support and other

· Utilize hand calculations, FEA and field data to optimize designs against acceptance criteria and determine root cause of Field Issues

· Communicate clearly to design team leaders, effectively documenting and presenting results

· Work with external agency for obtaining required component certifications

· Support improved analysis methods for components to enhance robustness of designs

· Create certification documents for components

· Improve design practice rules and documentation for continuous improvement of the Hub Subsystem team.

· Work to develop and execute the necessary tests to validate and prove robustness of component designs.

· Participate on teams assigned to address specific organizational initiatives

· Share engineering information and promote open dialogue

· Prepare invention disclosures to protect the technology that provides a competitive advantage to the business

· Assure proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures

Qualifications/Requirements:

· Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 4 yrs. of experience with mechanical component design

· Experience in analytical tool development, validation and implementation

· Knowledge on component design practices

· Excellent communications and interpersonal skills Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 4 yrs. of experience with mechanical component design

· Demonstrated strong mechanical design fundamentals

· Experience with design, analysis, validation of wind turbine mechanical components,

· Experience on power generation products

In case of being a GEIQ employee, you must have previously occupied a position as an E1 or E2.

Desired Characteristics:

·Wind Turbine system design, analysis and development experience

· Exposure to Product Life Cycle Management processes & tools, hardware ownership

· Experience with ANSYS and NX design software.

· Strong oral and written communication skills.

· Strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

· Ability to work independently.

· Strong problem solving skills.

About Us:

GE (NYSE:GE) drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. GE people are global, diverse and dedicated, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE’s mission and deliver for our customers. www.ge.com

Locations: Mexico; Queretaro