Location(s): United States; Oklahoma, Pennsylvania; Shawnee
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Role Summary: The Assembly Technician - will perform duties related to the disassembly, positioning, reassembly, testing and painting of moderate to highly complex equipment utilizing a combination of manual, pneumatic and hydraulic tools for fitting, adjusting and securing maneuvers providing service and refurbishment of wellhead equipment, frac stacks and rental tools and building new wellhead assemblies.
Essential Responsibilities: In the role of Assembly Technician you will:
Conduct all business-related tasks according to GE’s Spirit and Letter policies
Demonstrate an unwavering commitment to Environmental Health & Safety (EHS), GE Beliefs, Compliance, and Integrity policies
Maintain a safe, clean, and organized working environment
Be knowledgeable of Oracle, EBiz systems (EPims), and Microsoft Office
Have strong mechanical aptitude with an Oil & Gas background as well as the ability to use a wide range of mechanical tools and test equipment
Complete Risk Assessments prior to performing all operations and light to heavy weight material movements by means of cranes and lift trucks
Complete all required business training and process documentation, as required
Be responsible for ensuring facility equipment and tooling is accounted for, operating efficiently, and safely
Identify, report, and mitigate problems or hazardous conditions that occur during equipment dis-assembly, assembly and test set-up
Possess excellent Communication, Teamwork, and Collaborative Skills with team members and basic understanding of working to production schedules / plans
Ensure departmental compliance with all applicable quality, health, safety and environmental regulations
Participate and be actively engaged in quality and Lean-Six sigma improvement projects within your department
Understand the Non-Conformance process and assist in developing plans to reduce the Cost of Quality
Troubleshoot and perform minor maintenance on mechanical tooling & equipment
Complete required documentation with accurate information for routers, M documents and inspection reports
Perform Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) per engineering specifications
Identify, stamp and tag all parts per identification requirements and engineering specifications
Comply with all preservation requirements pertaining to rental tools and finished goods
Perform other related duties as assigned or indicated by management
High School Diploma or GED from an accredited college or university
Minimum 1 year of experience in mechanical test and assembly / disassembly or heavy equipment repair and maintenance
Work overtime, weekends and holidays as required
Work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending and other physical activities
Be in the shop environment a minimum of 8 hours per day, primarily standing and sitting, as required
Lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs.
Be subjected to extreme heat for extended periods of time
Travel within the US to work at customer locations or other GE facilities as needed
Handle heavy parts and moving parts
Subjected to the following: extreme heat that could exceed 500 degrees, enclosed areas, heights, and awkward positions, exposure to eye injuries, noise, dust, burns, & arc flashes, exposure to high noise levels for long periods of time, as required
Work inside and outside, as required
Interpret drawings, prints, drawings and engineering specifications to perform moderately complex, repetitive disassembly and reassembly tasks of all pressure control equipment
Possess or obtain forklift operator license and certification to operate overhead cranes
Wear PPE or Personal Protective Equipment - Hearing and eye protection (safety equipment) must be used
Operate pneumatic and hydraulic torque tools
Comply with all applicable quality, health, safety, and environmental regulations and maintain good housekeeping in assigned work areas
Possess a valid driver’s license
Minimum 3 years of experience in Operations / service center operation applications or minimum 5 years of total relevant operation experience
Strong knowledge of existing drilling and production surface wellhead equipment, frac equipment and rental tools
Ability to work un-directed per engineering specifications and inspect own work for integrity and quality
Ability to perform highly complex troubleshooting and repair of equipment
Ability to setup and run test operations on basic and moderately complex sub-assemblies and final assemblies following engineering drawings, parts specifications, assembly procedures and/or verbal instructions
Ability to perform hydro and nitrogen gas pressure testing and functional testing of product
Knowledgeable in good housekeeping requirements and all safety regulations
Basic math skills
Ability to read schematics
Familiarity with tools
Previous manufacturing / shop service center operations experience
Locations: United States; Oklahoma, Pennsylvania; Shawnee
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