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Role Summary: GE Oil & Gas Early Identification (EID) assignments provide students with opportunities to work with experienced leaders in the following areas: Subsea Systems, Drilling & Surface, Turbomachinery, Downstream & Unconventionals, Measurement & Control, and Pipeline Solutions. In addition to challenging projects, these assignments provide interns & co-ops the opportunity to build leadership and functional skills through workshops, training, and networking activities.
Essential Responsibilities: EID assignments may include:
Perform design and analysis of offshore drilling equipment, pressure relief valves, Hydril and Vetco diverters, gas handlers, handling tools for oil & gas, power-gen and industrial process industries
Provide manufacturing and field issues support
Responsibilities include develop and implement new design concepts and design improvements
You may work with the drafting team to create or update the drawings, and partner with the manufacturing team to solve problems that arise out of the complex manufacturing processes required to make these parts
Evaluate existing manufacturing processes to ensure documentation is accurate and consistent. Support manufacturing cell development and implementation
Work to optimize throughput and efficiency within manufacturing cells
Conduct 5S and Kaizen efforts to improve manufacturing operations
Additional projects may involve working with cross-functional teams that focus on improving the quality of production areas. You may utilize Lean Six Sigma methodologies in driving improvement through the production area
Achieve lowest possible cost for material, balanced against optimum quality and schedule needs
You may solicit and evaluate proposals employing appropriate negotiation, cost and price analysis techniques, using available expertise from supporting organizations; Interact with suppliers, support warehouse/logistics, work with supplier quality teams & project management to support on time delivery
Other assignments in Environmental Health & Safety, project engineering, & commercial sales may also be available
Must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA (without rounding)
Must be enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate degree program
Must be willing to take a drug test as part of the selection process
Must be willing to submit to a background investigation as part of the selection process
Strong commitment to career in engineering or manufacturing
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Must demonstrate initiative and leadership abilities
Willingness to work in combined shop/office environment
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