General Electric Robotics Engineer – GE Aviation in Singapore, Singapore
GE Aviation, Engine Services - Singapore has established an Automation and Robotics Centre of Excellence (COE) to develop automation and robotics solutions. The Robotics Engineer will play a critical role in the COE developing, building and implementing robotic and automation systems that are capable of performing visual or dimensional inspection, polishing, grinding, spraying, or welding etc for repairing aircraft engine components.
Work with end-users to develop specifications for proposed robotic or automated systems.
Write and troubleshoot robotic and PLC programming
Design robotic or automated systems to meet business needs, including selection of components and sub-systems
Fabricate, test and install robotic systems in GE Aviation facilities
Work with external vendors and system integrators as required
Ensure that automated systems developed by the COE meet applicable safety and regulatory standards
Conduct research on material removers, vision and sensor systems, adaptive machining and other technologies
Bachelor's or higher degree in Engineering or related discipline
Diploma holders with proven track record may also be considered
At least 3 years experience in development of robotics (Fanuc/ABB) or automated systems in production shop floor environment.
Familiar with HMI & PLC programming
In-depth knowledge of mechanical/Electrical design or vision systems would be a plus.
Prepared to be hands-on and work along with Engineers and Technicians
Strong management and communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
Strong problem solving skills
Team player; able to work across functions and coordinate actions with different departments
GE Aviation is the largest manufacturer of large commercial jet engines in the world and is a leading provider of other military, business and general aviation jet and turboprop engines and components as well as avionics, electrical power and mechanical systems for Aircraft. Aviation, Engine Services - Singapore is Singapore's largest jet engine component repair facility and repairs compressor and turbine blades and vanes, combustors and other products for CFM56, GE90, P7000, CF6, and CF34 engines. GE Aviation, Engine Services - Singapore has established an Automation and Robotics Centre of Excellence (COE) to develop automation and robotics solutions for GE Aviation Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities around the world.
Locations: Singapore; Singapore