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Role Summary: As a Winder you will perform complicated operations involving the inspection, repair, replacement, installation and maintenance of all mechanical and electrical components in turbine Generators with emphasis on the Generator Rotating Field.
Essential Responsibilities: As a Winder you will:
Perform mechanical disassembly / reassembly of generator rotors in high quality and timely fashion - (to include removal and installation of coupling, fans, retaining rings, blower hubs, wedges, blocking)
Perform this work using drawings, work procedures or work orders with minimal supervision
Braze either by torch, carbon or induction
Perform all electrical tests and inspections
Troubleshoot electrical or mechanical issue
High School Diploma / GED
Minimum of 1 year of experience with small to large motor, stator and/or electrical component winding
Ability and willingness to work rotating shifts
Ability and willingness to work overtime to include off-hours, weekends and holidays
Experience performing electrical testing
Apprenticeship card from state certified apprenticeship program
Associate’s Degree or Trade School Degree
Minimum of 3 years of experience with generators or rotators
Minimum of 3 years of experience with assembling/ disassembling end bells / retaining rings
Minimum of 3 years of experience brazing either by torch, carbon or induction
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