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General Electric LM6000 Repair Engineer in Warsaw, Poland

Job Description Summary

The position is related with responsibility for executing all activities associated with repair development of LM6000 cold/hot components: preparation, drafting & substantiation of repair procedures, answering customer inquiries, communication with repair shops.

On this position you will have opportunity to gain broad experience working on different engine modules: Low & high pressure compressor, Low & high pressure turbine and components: rotors, structures & airfoils. Being in the LM6000 hot section, you will support both cold & hot part of the LM6000 engine.

Job Description

In this role you will utilize your experience or expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and have the ability to effect short-term and some long-term business goals.

  • Execute the design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned individual and team projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to business standards, practices, procedures, and product / program requirements

  • Participate on teams assigned to address organizational initiatives and generic issues

  • Participate as a presenter or reviewer in technical and program reviews

  • Recommend, with guidance, the approach to meet the technical and program requirements

  • Assure proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned project and/or tasks consistent with engineering polices and procedures.

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • MSc/BSc in Engineering

  • Experience relevant to indicated position area of expertise.

  • Solid oral and written communication skills in English

Desired Characteristic:

  • Experience in repair development area

  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills

  • Strong technical attitude related to components and systems of increasing complexity

  • Ability to influence others

Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No

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