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Role Summary: The Automation & Controls – Services Engineer is responsible for the installation, commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting for the full range of hardware and software products in the GE DS - Control Solutions portfolio. Primarily customers will be within the Oil & Gas and Power Generation industries internationally and may be located both onshore and offshore.
Essential Responsibilities: • Install and commission Control Solutions hardware and software in a wide variety of machine types encountered in the Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Fertilizers, and other process industries • Troubleshoot existing Control Solutions hardware and software installations on-site • Prepare field services jobs and interventions with the project managers • Attend pre-outages meetings with customers • Provide technical assistance to customers on site as needed • Provide training to customer employees as needed • Supervise mechanical and electrical sub-contractors, and instrumentation de-installation / reinstallation, as well cable laying, meggering and connection • Lead and execute loop check and commissioning phase performing the functional tests • Lead and execute unit start-up and performance tests ensuring proper and safe operation of the machine by evaluating the running parameters and troubleshoot control system problem as they arise • Understand T&C (Terms and Conditions) commitments
Qualifications/Requirements: • College Degree in Electrical / Electronic/ Mechanic/IT Engineering, or Technical High School • Profound work experience in Oil & Gas and Power Plant industry field activities • Excellent written and oral communication skills, to convey technical concepts to business and technical personnel • Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting skills, "hands-on approach" • Strong knowledge in rotating equipment control philosophy (Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, Centrifugal Compressor, Reciprocate Compressor) and their auxiliaries • Strong knowledge in unit control panel (UCP), motor control center (MCC), direct current panel (DCP), distributed control system (DCS) and fire-fighting system installation and commissioning • Strong knowledge in field devices, instruments and actuators (servo-valves, thermoelements, transmitters etc.) • Knowledge of Switches configuration, Virtual Machine Navigation, Domain Controllers • Ability to handle special tools like pressure pump, multimeter, frequency generator, oscilloscope, and field generator • Ability to understand and implement technical drawings (wiring diagram, P&ID, General Arrangement, etc.). • Willing to travel, in-country and in Europe, additionally worldwide. • Knowledge of machinery protection and management systems • Fluent in English and German • Valid driver's license and passport (or able to obtain a passport) • Strong computer skills using MS Office software
Desired Characteristics: • Experience with either MKIV, MKV or MKVI Control Panel • Familiarity with computer network systems & Switches • Green Belt Certified (GE Employees only)
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