Business Segment: Power Water & Process Technologies
Location(s): United States; Colorado; Boulder
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GE announced they signed a definitive agreement to sell the Water & Process Technologies business to SUEZ, a services and solutions company with global operations primarily in water and waste management. The deal will be subject to customary closing conditions such as regulatory review and appropriate consultation and we expect this to be complete by mid-2017. Water & Process Technologies will operate business as usual through this process and will continue to meet its commitments to its valued customers and employees. This includes hiring strong talent to help the business grow and be successful. GE is targeting to complete the sale of the business by mid-2017.
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Role Summary: The Chemical Technician - Analytical Instruments will provide laboratory and test support to the UPW (Ultra Pure Water) / Process Chemical engineering technology team and department. You will focus on the development of new instrumentation for measuring analytes using various water matrices. You will also be involved in providing sustaining engineering support to existing products, including testing of updated SW (Software), HW (Hardware), and new features as required.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Chemical Technician - Analytical Instruments , you will:
Possess mechanical / electrical aptitude to experiment with a wide range of analytical instrumentation and setup sensitive measuring devices and equipment
Conduct experiments as defined by or in conjunction with other team members which may include Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical, and SW teams
Write technical test reports, documentation of experimental protocols, and communication of test results
Order project supplies as needed by UPW / Process Technology team
Embrace lab safety and environmental policies
Accurately follow established environmental, health, and safety procedures
Be responsible for chemical lab housekeeping and maintenance
Ensure lab areas are clean and organized and maintains inventory of lab supplies
Be responsible for inspection and testing of lab safety equipment
Be responsible for maintenance of analytical instrumentation and water systems to ensure continuous operation
Maintain chemical, equipment, and computer inventories for the chemical labs
Engage with ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and VPP (Voluntary Protection Program) Star Quality Efforts
Assist other departments such as Quality and Operations to provide backup coverage and additional support as required
Associate's Degree in Chemistry
Minimum of 1 year of working experience in a chemical laboratory
Ability to work in a team environment on multiple projects
Strong computer skills with working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
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