EmPOWERing your career GE Power, in Veresegyház was built in 2001 within the framework of a greenfield investment, currently employs more than 1,800 people. Our production provides the following activities: produce of gas turbines component and gas engine contrainer, assembly of small- and medium burnspace– and turbinestator powerstation, management of turbine contracts, and reserve component trade into almost all country in the world.
We provide to our colleagues with excellent working conditions, continuous professional challenges and long-term career opportunities.
Extensive company and local bus services make comfortable the commute to work (from Budapest or the surrounding settlements), and in case of using private car we provide increased fuel reimbursement.
Our restaurant offers healthy and affordable dishes for colleagues.
In the building you can find ATMs, local postal servive monthly, insurance and bank consulting, theatre/concert ticket buying possibility, or book borrowing.
Own fitness room, sports courts, sauna give an extra oppurtunity to do sports, or relax.
We can make things easier for our colleagues with small children with our family-friendly rooms, flexible working hours, maternity mentoring, maternity day and supported summer camp opportunities.
We are proud to won the following awards: Family Friendly Workplace Award (2014), Takeback Workplace Award (2015), Bike Friendly Workplace Award (2015). You can reach our open positions at our career website: www.ge.com/careers
Role Summary: We are looking for an Electrical Engineer Intern (Plant Construction) Job reference #2832293
Provide engineering support in the execution of new units for the GE Reciprocating Engines business
Modify CAD (Eplan) drawings to implement the test check-list and measures, and provide it to field installation, and customer
Provide technical support to manufacturing, sourcing
Creation of wiring diagrams using CAD systems and customer specific documentation for the electrical part of CHPs
Assure proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures
Last semester or close to finish in Electrical, Electronic or Energetic Engineering
Min 3 x 8hr / week availability
Theoretical knowledge of power plants and gas engines equipments
Able to learn engineering applications: Eplan, SmarTeam, Automation Studio
Fundamental IT Knowledge (Operation Systems, Data security)
Self-starter, able to work in a team
Readiness to work & develop oneself in a dynamic business
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