Location(s): United States ; Pennsylvania; Erie, Grove City
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Role Summary: GE is an equal opportunity employer, offering a great work environment, challenging career opportunities, professional training and competitive compensation. GE Transportation produces medium-speed diesel engines for a variety of applications including locomotive and marine propulsion and stationary power generation.
Essential Responsibilities: The Turbocharger – Lead Engineer / Technologist will provide technical expertise while maintaining responsibility for various aspects of the design, development, validation testing, application and reliability of turbochargers and turbocharger system components in an effort to support current and future GE Transportation diesel engine products. This position will be responsible for the coordination of schedule and budget for these activities, as well as the communication of project status to cross-functional stakeholders. A candidate with a background in the design and validation of bearing systems is particularly desired for this role.
In addition, you will:
Lead turbocharger system and component development efforts by identifying design and validation requirements based on higher level system and customer requirements
Direct the execution of design and validation plans to deliver fully validated products
Oversee test planning, execution, and reporting for testing occurring at a variety of sites, potentially including external vendors, internal labs and on locomotives both on-site and in the field
Provide input to senior engineers and management for effective strategic technical development
Provide timely and accurate communication regarding component and system design within the various business organizations including engineering, manufacturing, quality and supply chain, as well as product management and executive leaders
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Mechanical, Aerospace or related engineering field
Minimum of 3 years of professional experience related to the design, validation, application or field service of mechanical components or systems
Willingness to travel (10%)
Demonstrated understanding and experience related to typical design and validation processes such as FMEA and tollgate-style review (PPAP, etc.)
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially PowerPoint and Excel
Confident ability to present technical details to an audience of peers and expert reviewers
Ability to work constructively in a fast-paced, team environment and accommodate shifting priorities
Minimum of 5 years of professional experience related to the design and validation of fluid-film bearings, rotating machinery or components operating in high-temperature environments
Experience with diesel engine performance as related to applications including locomotive, marine and/or stationary power generation.
Experience including demonstrated influencing or leadership amongst a technical team
Experience with ANSYS or similar finite element software (either performing analyses or interpreting results)
Knowledge of mechanical design, typical analytical approaches and assembly considerations
Familiarity with manufacturing processes and the demands of engineering support for a production environment
Demonstrated understanding of design considerations affecting component supplier quality, manufacturability, and field service
Experience with reliability analysis (Weibull, etc.)
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Team player with a global perspective
Six Sigma Green Belt (GE employees only)
Demonstrated ability to drive projects to completion
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to interface effectively with all levels of the organization and external contacts
Locations: United States ; Pennsylvania; Erie, Grove City
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