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Role Summary: The Transformer Field Technician will be responsible for working in the field as part of a team on an oil-processing rig installing, repairing, troubleshooting and processing the fluid in transformers and LTC’s.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Transformer Field Technician, you will:
Ensure compliance of the Rig when Rig Crew Leader is not present (DOT, EHS, Calibration, tooling, equipment, maintenance, housekeeping, organization, cleanliness, etc.)
Actively participate in EHS
Assist in the leadership of onsite safety, compliance, hazard recognition and accident prevention on job site
Develop a relationship with customers and explore future opportunities
Ensure self-compliance regarding training, meetings, administrative, DOT, EHS, etc.
Be responsible for personnel's safety, work assignments, and work scope while on job site
Follow work orders from (in chain of command); Managers, Production Supervisor, Rig Crew Leader, or Transformer Tech
Pro-actively communicate to Production Supervisors on progress of job and status of crew members
Mentor 3rd Tech to enable safe and productive operation
Obtain customer sign-off prior to departing from site, and document confirmation number(s) for all 3rd party equipment to be removed from site in a timely manner
Work as a team with Crew Leader to direct crew activities, assignments on job site and in GE shop
Work as a team with Crew Leader to ensure job successful execution of the job (includes resources, timing, personnel, paperwork, compliance, efficiency, etc)
Lead daily toolbox talks on site and ensure crew safety as well as becoming the main point of customer contact while crew is on site; Communicate with customer on safety, waste, work progress, change order possibility, etc.
Pro-actively improve skills and knowledge
Operate man lifts and variable reach forklifts
High School Diploma / GED
Minimum of 1 year of experience in the field of Fluid processing equipment
Ability and willingness to obtain and/or maintain a Class A CDL
Ability and willingness to lift up to 50lbs., work from heights, climb ladders, push / pull wrenches, and work in confined spaces
Associate's Degree in Electrical Maintenance or other field from a two-year college or technical school
Minimum of 5 years of experience in providing maintenance / repair services on electromechanical products or other combination of education and experience
Thorough knowledge and demonstration of EHS compliance and SOP's
Knowledge of and ability to perform Transformer & LTC repairs, installation, etc.
Strong interpersonal skills, both internal to GE and external (customers)
Knowledge of Rigging to include hand signals, safety, etc. (level 2 training needed)
Ability to operate all GE rigs
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